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TITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



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OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS AT WASH- 
INGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT LAW, FROM JULY 5 
TO JULY 10, 1897, INCLUSIVE, WHEREIN THE COPY- 
RIGHT HAS BEEN COMPLETED BY THE DEPOSIT 
OF TWO COPIES IN THE OFFICE. 



]STo. 314. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PUINTING OFFICE 
1897. 






Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



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BOOKS. 



Titles. 



I'll Forget Thee? By Joseph Adams. 



The College of St. Francis Xavier. 1847-1897. A 

Memorial and a Retrospect. 
The Advanced Music Eeader. By Frederic H. Ripley 

and Thomas Tapper. 
American Hereford Record. Vol. 16 



Teaching the Language- Arts. By B. A. Hinsdale . 



Jason Edwards. By Hamlin Garland 

Appleton's General Guide to the United States and 

Canada. 1897. 
A Member of the Third House. By Hamlin Garland.... 
Saws and Tools. 1897 



Proprietors. 



M. Quad and Kemble. By Chas. B. Lewis. 



Strange Case of the "Lady Jane." By David Wechsler.. 

Tragedy of a Complexion. By Shirley Dare 

All About the Woman of Fashion. By Annie Laurie 
Woods. 

To Develope a Thoroughbred Cyclist. By Mrs. C. Boldt- 
mann. 

Calve at First Rehearsal of Music for "Sappho" Behind 
Locked Doors in Paris. By H. D. Jones. 

Siam's King the Third Royal Guest Ever Entertained 
by Uncle Sam. By Curtiss Brown. 

Tury and Paddock. By Chas. A. Bramble 

Ep worth League Meets at Toronto. By G. G. Bain 

Oddest Postal Service in U. S. By R. A. B 

Must Have All Colors Now. By J. L. Heaton i 

Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By Ellen Osborn 

Brave "Cop" Who Loves Children. By Owen Langdon.. 

Directs Charities of Millionaires. By I. D. Marshall 

Meets This Week in Detroit. By G. G. Bain ! 

Spiritualists at Lily Dale. By G. G. Bain 

Uncle Sam's Monster Book-Moving By Grant Ham- 
ilton. 

The Principles of Fruit-Growing. By L. H. Bailey 

A Prophecy and a Plea. By John Kendrick Bangs 

Statutory Revision of the Laws of New York. Pre- 
pared by Andrew Hamilton. 

Reminiscences. By Albert Franklin Banta. Chap. 1 

Half Dime Library. No. 1040 

Dime Library. No. 975 

Hand-Buch fur das Deutsche Notariat in Amerika. By 
Charles Beck. 

A Year With the Apostles. Vol. 7, No. 8 



The Gospel History of Christ. 



Fourth Quarter 

(3) 



Joseph Adams, 

Washington City. 
Alumni Association of the 

College. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 
American Hereford Cattle 
Breeders' Association, 

Columbia, Mo. 

D. Ajipleton & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

E. C. Atkins & Co., 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

L. H. Bailey. 

John Kendrick Bangs. 

Banks & Bros. , New York. 

Albert Franklin Banta. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 
Charles Beck, Chicago. 

Bible Study Publishing Com- 
pany; Boston. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Essentials of Materia Medica, Pharmacy and Prescription 

Writing. By Edwin A. Heller. 
Doctrine and Covenants 



Bourne's Multiplication Table 

Boyd's Duplex Directory of Syracuse. 1897. 
Bradley's Fertilizers 



Three Wellesley Girls. Bv Anna May Hunt. Chaps. 
11-13. 

The Home Mechanic. By R. J. Schofield 

When One is With Nature. By Jeanette Chalmers 



Imperial Encyclopedia. By L. Colange 

O Mu Hu W'B GJRa Za. By Hiram Chase 

13-Winds of the Earth. (Concluded.) By William J. 

Hopkins. 
The Records of New Amsterdam. Edited by Berthold 

Fernow. 
Kansas Reports. Vol. 57 



American Patriotism. By Col. W. F. Cloud- 
Yellow Melancholia 



Stenography — 

Lesson 3 — Instruction Paper, First Edition- 



Lesson 4 — Instruction Paper, First Edition 

Finikin Eater and Other Poems. By Frank B. Coving- 
ton. 
Letter to a Prospective Bride. By Ida C. Craddock .... 



Crawford's Arkansas Digest. Vol. 2 

The Poetical Works of Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 



Columbia Stories. By Albeit Payson Terhune.. 



A Dozen and Two Songs. By Louise P. Warner- 
Family Wash List 



Tennyson's Works. Vol. 11. 
The Marriage Service 



The Missing Heiress. Translated from the German of 
Adalbert Holm by J. La Rose. Nos. 26, 27. 28, 29, 30 

The Crime of the Boulevard. By Jules Claretie. Trans- 
lated by Mrs. Carlton A. Kingsbury. 

The Literature of All Nations. Vol. 3. Edited by 
Julian Hawthorne. 

Phrenology in the School. By Jessie A. Fowler 



The Essentials of Elocution. By Alfred Ayres. 

What Will You Do Next? 

Souvenir of Lake Compounce , . 



P. Blackiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Board of Publication, 

Lamoni, Iowa. 
Arthur Bourne, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Andrew Boyd Directory Com- 
pany, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Bradley Fertilizer Company, 
Boston. 
C. O. Burton. 

T. J. Carey & Co., New York. 
Jeanette Chalmers, 

New York. 
J. A. Chamberlin. 
Hiram Chase. 
Chicago Record, Chicago. 

City of New York, New York 

G. C. Clemens, for State of 

Kansas. 
W. F. Cloud, 

Marysville, Kans. 
Frank Clyde, 

Wellsville, Ohio. 

Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scrauton, Pa. 
Do. 
Frank B. Covington, 

Seattle, Wash. 
Ida C. Craddock, 

Philadelphia. 
T. D. Crawford. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 

G. W. Dillingham Company, 

New York. 

Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Dixie Medicine Company, 

Augusta, Ga. 
Estes & Lauriat, Boston. 
E. M. Fairchild, 

Albany, N. Y. 
S. Feiuberg&Co., New York. 

R. F. Fenno & Co., 

New York. 
William Fiuley & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Fowler & Wells Company, 

New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New York. 
C. C. Gaines, 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
A. C. Garlick, 

Forestville, Conn. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Art in Photography. 



A Souvenir of the Tennessee Centennial. By Annie 

Soiners Gilchrist. 
Atlantic City Directory. 1897 



Private Telegraph and Order Code-Book. 
Brookline Director y. 1897 , 



The Diamond Dog. By George Griffith. 
Diving to the Bottom 



Songs of Sovereign Grace 

Haud bu.ch fur den Anierikanischen Brauer und Miilzer. 

Lieferung No. 15. 
Elements of Geometry. By Andrew W. Phillips and 

Irving Fisher. 

Eye Spy. By William Hamilton Gibson 

The Story of the Ehiuegold. By Anna Alice Chapin.. .. 
The People for Whom Shakespeare Wrote. By Charles 

Dudley Warner 

In Simpkiusville. By Euth McEuery Stuart 

The Strange Experience of Alkali Dick. By Bret Harte. 

Simon Dale. By Anthony Hope. Chap. 2 

Price List of American Turnip 



Original Method for the Piano. By Karl Heuser 

High's Pocket Directory. 1897-98 

Holbrook's Essex County Business Directory. 1897. 



Nellie's Choice. By M. Holland 

Cruising Under False Colors. By M. Holland , 

Poems from the Writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson. 
Edited by George H. Browne. 

Howell Method of Duplicate Whist for Pairs 

Hutchins' Lightning Striker 

Alabama Reports. Vol. 3 



Peopeietoes. 



Financial Proposition. Form 30 — E , 
Keeley 



The Baptism of Roger Williams. By Henry Melville 

King. 
Hand-Book of Ready Reference. Andrew A. Gardeuier, 

Editor-in-Chief. 
The Jungle Book. By Rudyard Kipling 



Commentary on the New Testament. Vol. 2. By Rev. 
W. B. Godbey. 

New England Circuit Guide. Fourth of July Edition.. 

General Digest American and English. Quarterly ad- 
vance sheets. No. 3, to April, 1897. 

A System of Practical Medicine. Edited by Alfred Lee 
Loomis and William Gilmau Thompson. Vol. 2. 

Physician's Carbon Duplicating Prescription Blank 



Carbon Duplicating Scale Book 

Gospel in Chart and Sermon. By J. J. Limerick., 



J. E. Giffin, 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Annie Somers Gilchrist. 

James Gopsill's Sons, 

Philadelphia. 
C. B. Greene & Co., 

New York. 
W. A. Greenough & Co., 

Boston. 
Geo. Griffith. 
Grit Publishing Company, 

Williamsport, Pa. 
Hall-Mack Co., Philadelphia. 
Ernst Hautke, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Harper & Bros. , New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Bret Harte, London. 

A. H. Hawkins, London. 
Peter Henderson & Co., 

New York. 
Karl Heuser, 

Bingbamton, N. Y. 
Charles H. High, 

Norristown, Pa. 

Holbrook Newark Directory 

Company, Newark, N. Y. 

M. Holland, Chicago. 

Do. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 

E. C. Howell, Boston. 
J. R. Hutchins, Nebo, Ind. T. 
Jos. F. Johnston, Governor 

of Alabama. 
W. H. Jones, Cincinnati. 
Keeley Institute Company, 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Henry Melville King, 

Providence, R. I. 
King-Richardson Pub. Com- 
pany, Springfield, Mass. 
Rudyard Kipling, 

Brattleboro, Vt. 
M. W. Knapp, Cincinnati. 

F. K. Lanpher&Co., Boston. 
Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. 

Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Lea Bros. & Co., New York. 

Lefebure Ledger Company, 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Do. 
J. J. Limerick, Cincinnati. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Easy to Bead 

Christmas Morning 

Playmates 

Flossy and Bossy Stories 

Nursery Stories 

Playtime 

Jolly Times 

Story Days 

Good Cheer Stories 

Children's Joy 

Little Friends 

ChitChat 

Play Days 

Good Times 

For Young America 

Winning Their Spurs. By George Langdon Kilmer 

Lost Lincoln Letter 

At Rocky Drift. By P. Y. Black 

The White Hat in Greece. By Stephen Crane 

Old Times in Middle Georgia. By Richard Malcolm 

Johnston. 
Citizen Bird. By Mabel Osgood Wright and Elliott 

Coues. 
Ritual of Subordinate Lodge 

Diana of the Crossways. By George Meredith 

E. C. Merrill's Method of Teaching Bishop's Exact 
Phonography. Part 3. 

Practical Metaphysics. By Anna W. Mills 

The Mine, Quarry, and Metallurgical Record 

Through Europe With a Bicj'cle 

The Mammoth Cave of Kentucky 

Inexpensive Country Homes 

Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 710 

Das Bild im Wasser. Von Wilhelm Jensen. Part 3 

Galatea. Von Arthur Zapp. Part 5 

Instructions to Agents 



A Short History of Germany. By Mary Piatt Parmele.. 

Library of the World's Best Literature. Charles Dud- 
ley Warner, Editor. Vol. 13. 

Creative Force in the Vegetable, Animal, and Human 
World. By Anna M. Pennock. 

France Under Louis XV. By James Breck Perkins. 2 
vols. 

Reminiscences of Society in New York. 16 — "Old 
Trinity " — Union Square — Art Collections. 

Mrs. Ward Hears of the Scandal 

France Sil ver ' s Ally 

Queen Slighted Astor"s Paper 

Wants No War With Us 

Dance of Diamonds 

Britain May Bar Standard Oil 

Our Bishops Honored 



Propeietoes. 



Lothrop Pub. Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
S. S. McClureCo., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Macmillan Company, 

New York. 

Do. 

Joseph N. Mayne, 

Washington City. 
George Meredith. 
E. C. Merrill. 

Anna W. Mills, Chicago. 
Mine and Quarry News 
Bureau, Chicago. 

Ben Morton, 

Fort Smith, Ark. 
John P. Morton & Co., 

Louisville, Ky. 
Munn&Co., New York. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York 
New-Yorker Staats Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Northwestern Mutual Life 
lusurance Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Mary Piatt Parmele, 

New York. 
R. S. PealeandJ. A. Hill, 

New York. 
Anna M. Pennock. 

James Breck Perkins. 

Morris Phillips & Co., 

New York. 
Press Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Tnrbinia is a Marvel 

Bradley Martins Mu m 

With Pipe and Book. Chosen by Joseph Le Roy Har- 
rison. 
New Haven Directory. 1897 

Some American Game. By Theodore Roosevelt 

Authors and Publishers. By G. H. P. and J. B. P. 
Seventh Edition. Elizabeth Fry. 

Journals of John Lincklaen 

The Professor's Dilemma. By Annette Lucile Noble 

Child Life 

Fifty Glimpses of Nantucket Island 

With Stoddard in Mexico 

The Red Polled Herd Book. Vol. 9 

Pacific Glee Book 

American Schoolboys. By Edward Roth 

England's Wall Street Khe-Dives. By Thaddeus H. 

Rowe. 
The Dress for a Journey 

A Postal Dictionary 

Saridin, a Javanese Story 

Plato the Teacher. By William Lowe Bryan and Char- 
lotte Lowe Bryan. 

Exciting Elephant Hunting 

For the Cause. By Stanley J. Wey man 

Shinier Cutter H eads 

Shakespeare's Tragedy of Macbeth. Edited by Fred 

Lewis Pattee. 
The Child's First Studies in Music. By Samuel W. Cole.. 

Grand Army of the Republic 

Brother Azarias. By Rev. John Talbot Smith 

Hand-Book of Life and Accident Insurance. June, 1897.. 
Trading Stamp Book 

Principles and Methods in Vital-Art Education 

The Mission of Poubalov. By Frederick R. Burton 

In Forbidden Nepaul. No. 12. By W. Murray Graydon.. 
Twenty Lessons in English Orthrography. By J. M. 

Tadlock. 
Best Routes in Pennsylvania. 1897, Northeastern 

Section. Book 2. 
Best Routes in Pennsylvania. 1897. Central Section. 

Book 3. 
Best Routes in Pennsylvania 1897. Western Section. 

Book 4. 
Taylor's Scranton City Directory. 1897 

Student's Hand-Book of Mushrooms of America. By 

Thomas Taylor. No. 2. 
Frank Reade Library. No. 163 



Proprietors. 



Press Pub Co., New York. 

Do. 
Preston & Rounds Co. . 

Providence, R. I. 
Price & List Co., 

New Haven, Conn. 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Ralston Health Club Asso- 
ciation, Washington City. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
William H. Rau, 

Philadelphia. 
Red Polled Cattle Club of 

America. 
F. W. Root and J. R. Mur- 
ray. 
Edward Roth, Philadelphia. 
Thaddeus H. Rowe, 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Ryman Interview Syndicate, 
New York. 
Edward St. John. 
R. Schultz and P. Dachsel. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
F. C. Selous. 

Charles H. Sergei Company, 
Chicago, 
Samuel J. Shinier & Sous, 

Milton, Pa. 
Silver, Bnrdett& Co., Boston. 

Do. 
A. J. Smith. 
John Talbot Smith. 
Spectator Co., New York. 
Sperry & Hutchinson, 

Paterson, N. J. 
John Ward Stimson, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
J. M. Tadlock, 

Phillipsburg, Kans. 
Frank H. Taylor, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Do. 

J. James Taylor, 

Scranton, Pa. 
Thomas Taylor, 

Washington City. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Kites. By George J. Varney.. 



The Up-To-Date Cook Book of Tested Eecipes. Com- 
piled by Mrs. Spencer Watkins and Mrs. Francis F. 
Field. 

The Federal Reporter. Vol. 79 



Pollard's Advanced Speller. By Rebecca S. Pollard. 

The Beach Patrol. By William Drysdale 

The Physician's Memorandum and Account Book 



Picture Projection. By Frank T. Wilson. 



Wright and Ditson's Official Lawn Tennis Guide. 1897.. 
Notes on Scientific Cooking. By Miss Suzy Tracy 



Peopeietoes. 



Geo. H.Walker & Co., 

Boston. 
Mrs. Spencer Watkins and 
Mrs. Francis F. Field. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 

Western Pub. House, Chicago. 

W. A. Wilde & Co. , Boston. 

O. E. Williams, 

Marietta, Ohio 

Frank T. Wilson, 

Stillwater, Minn. 

Wright & Ditson, Boston. 

Y. W. C. A. , Sacramento, Cal. 



PERIODICALS. 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. July 5-11, 1897 

Advance Argus. July 8, 1897 

Advance Reports. Legal Intelligencer. July 9, 1897... 



Advertising Experience. July, 1897. 
Albany Law Journal. July 3, 1897. . 



Amateur Athlete. July 8, 1897... 
American Advertiser. July, 1897. 



American Agriculturist. July 10, 1897 

American Amateur Photographer. July, 1897. 
American Architect. July 3, 1897 



American Choir. July 8, 1897 

American Ecclesiastical Review. July, 1897. 

American Field. July 10, 1897 

American Florist. July 3, 1897 



American Investments and Financial Opinions. July, 

1897. 
American Journal of Theology. July, 1897 



American Machinist. July 8, 1897 

American Stock-Keeper. July 3, 1897. 



Annals of Gynecology and Pediatry. July, 1897. 
Annals of Surgery. July, 1897 



Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. July, 1897 . 
Architecture and Building. July 3, 1897 



New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

Advance Argus Company, 

Greenville, Pa. 

Frank Reeder, Secretary of 
the State of Pennsylvania. 

Irving G. McColl, Chicago. 

Albany Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 

Amateur Athlete News Com- 
pany, New York. 

American Advertiser, 

Chicago. 

Orange Judd Co., New York. 

Outing Company, New York. 

American Architect and 
Building News Co., Boston. 

Chas. S. Elliott & Co., 

New York. 

American Ecclesiastical Re- 
view Company, New York. 

American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 

American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 

Niagara Publishing C o ni - 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. 

University of Chicago Press, 
Chicago. 

American Machinist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

Ernest W. Cushing, Boston. 

J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia. 

E. &H. T. Anthony &Co., 
New York. 

W. T. Comstock, New York. 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Army and Navy Weekly. July 10, 1897 

Astrophysical Journal. June, 1897 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 37, No. 9 

Ave Maria. July 10, 1897 

Babyhood. July, 1897 

Baptist Union. July 10, 1897 

Bearings. July 1, 1897 

Bibelot, July, 1897 

Black Cat. August, 1897 

Boiler Maker. July, 1897 

Boston Cooking School Magazine. June and July, 1897 

Boston Sunday Globe. July 4, 1897 

Boston Sunday Post. July 4. 1897 

Bradstreet's. July 3, 1897. ..'. 

Brick. July, 1897 

Brooklyn Life. July 10, 1897 

California Architect. June, 1897 

California Banker's Magazine. March, 1897 

Carpentry and Building. July, 1897 

Carriage Monthly. July, 1897 

Cassier's Magazine. July, 1897 

Catholic News. July 4 and 7, 1897 

Catholic Reading Circle Review. June, 1897 

Central Law Journal. July 2, 1897 

Chautauquan. July, 1897 

Child-Life. July, 1897 

Christian Herald. July 7, 1897 

Christian Literature. July, 1897 

Clearing House Quarterly. July, 1897 

Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. July 2, 1897 

Collier's Weekly. July 8, 1897 

Comfort. July, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. July 3, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. Quotation Sup- 
plement. July 3, 1897. 

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Propkietoes. 



Howard, Ainslee & Co. , 

New York. 
University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Babyhood Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Baptist Young People's 
Union, Chicago. 
Bearings Pub. Co. , Chicago. 
Thomas B. Mosher, 

Portland, Me. 
Shortstory Pub. Co., Boston. 
Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, 

Chicago. 
Boston Cooking School Maga- 
zine, Boston. 
Globe Pub. Co., Boston. 
Post Pub. Co., Boston. 
Bradstreet Co., New York. 
Windsor & Kenfield Publish- 
ing Company, Chicago. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
California Architectural Pub- 
lishing Co., San Francisco. 
J. W. Treadwell, 

San Francisco. 
David Williams Company, 

New York. 
Ware Bros., Philadelphia. 
Cassier Magazine Company, 
New York. 
Catholic News Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Warren E. Mosher, 

Youngstown, Ohio. 
Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Theodore L. Flood, 

Meadville, Pa. 
Elizabeth Mast Hyatt. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Christian Literature Com- 
pany, New York. 

Attorneys' National Clearing 
House Company, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
Gannett & Morse Concern, 

Augusta, Me. 
William B. Dana Company, 
New York. 
Do. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Cycling Gazette. July 8, 1897 

Daily Racing Form. July 2-9, 1897 

Dicker mail's United States Treasury Counterfeit Detec 

tor. July, 1897. 
Donahoe's Magazine. July, 1897 

Dry Goods Economist. July 3, 1897 

Electrical Engineer. July 8, 1897 

Electrical World. July 3, 1897 

Engineering Record. July 3, 1897 

Engineers' List. July, 1897 

Etude. July, 1897 

Every Where. July, 1897 

Examiner Sunday Magazine. July 1 3, 1 897 

Family Story Paper. July 24, 1897 

Farm Implement News. July 8, 1897 

Farmer. July 10, 1897 

Fashions. July, 1897 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 80, No. 4 

Forest and Stream. July 10, 1897 

Four O'Clock. July, 1897 

Free Man. July, 1897 

Garden and Forest. July 7, 1897 

Golden Hours. July 17, 1897 

Goldeu Rule. July 8, 1897 

Golfing. July 3, 1897 

Granite Monthly. July, 1897 

Great Round World. July 8, 1897 

Grocers' Regulator. July 1, 1897 

Happy Days. July 24, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. July 10, 1897 

Harper's Round Tahle. July 6, 1897 

Harper's Weekly. July 10, 1897 

Home Study Magazine. July, 1897 , 

Hoosier Guest Monthly. July, 1897 

Horseman. July 0, 1897 

Ice and Refrigeration. July, 1897 

Illustrated American. July 10, 1897 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. July 3 and 4, 1897 

Illustrated Electrical Review. July 7, 1897 



Proprietors. 



Emil Grossman & Bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Frank H. Brunei!, Chicago. 
Dickerman & Holler, 

New York. 
Donahoe's Magazine Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Textile Pub. Co., New York. 
Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 
Engineering Record, 

New York. 
Geo. I. Roberts & Bros., 

New York. 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. 
Will Carleton, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
W. R. Hearst, San Francisco. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Orange Judd Co., Chicago. 
Herbert Booth King & Bro. 
Publishing Co., New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
SI. Paul, Minn. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
A. L. Swift & Co., New York. 
Chas. W. Close, Bangor, Me. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Golden Rule Co., Boston. 
Golfing Company, New York. 
Granite Monthly Company, 
Concord, N. H. 
William Beverley Harison, 
New York. 
Reid, Murdoch & Co., 

Chicago. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Hoosier Publishing Company, 
Seymour, Ind. 
Chicago Horseman Newspa- 
per Company, Chicago. 
H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 
Lorillard Spencer, New York. 
Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Electrical Review Publishing 

Company, New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Illustrated Police News. July 10, 1S97 

Inland Printer. July, 1897 

Intel ligence. July, 1 897 

Jewelers' Weekly. July 7, 1897 

Jewish Comment. July 2 and 7, 1897 

Journal of Cutaneous and Genito-Urinary Diseases. 

July, 1897. 
Journal of Practical Metaphysics. July, 1897 

Journal of the American Medical Association. July 3, 

1897. 
Journal of the Military Service Institution. July, 1897.. 

Judge. July 10, 1897 

Keystone. July, 1897 

Legal Intelligencer. July 9, 1897 

Leslie's Weekly. July 8, 1897 

Life. July 8, 1897 

Machinery. July, 1897 

Mackey A B C Guide. July 10, 1897 

Medical Review of Reviews. June 25, 1897 

Medicine. July, 1897 

Mercantile Adjuster. July, 1897 

Midland Monthly. July, 1897 

Military Gazette. July 3, 1897 

Millinery Trade Review. July, 1897 

Monist. July, 1897 

Monthly Blotter. July, 1897 

Morse & Rogers' Money Saver. July, 1897 

Municipal Record and Advertiser. July 3, 1897 

Musical Visitor. July, 1897 

National Nurseryman. July, 1897 

National Reserve. July, 1897 

New Crusade. July, 1897 

New England Master Builder. July 3, 1897 

New York Clipper. July 10, 1897 

New York Herald. July 3-9, 1897 

New York Journal. July 3-9, 1897 

New York Ledger. July 10, 1897 

New York Medical Journal. July 3, 1897 .... 

New York State Reports and Session Laws. June, 1897 



Proprietors. 



Police News Co., Boston. 
Inland Printer Co., Chicago. 
Metaphysical Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
"The Publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 
Physicians Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Philosophical Publishing 
Company, Boston. 
American . Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Military Service Institute, 

Governors Island, N. Y. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
B. Thorpe, Philadelphia. 

Edward P. Alliuson, 

Philadelphia. 
Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 
Industrial Press, New York. 
ABC Guide Co., New York. 
Medical Review of Reviews, 
New York. 
Geo. S. Davis, Detroit, Mich. 
Mercantile Adjuster Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Johnson Brigham, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
Military Pub. Co., Chicago. 
Gallison & Hobron Compauy, 
New York. 
Open Court Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Muirson & Wright, 

San Jose, Cal. 
Morse & Rogers, New York. 
Columbia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
John Church Co., Cincinnati. 
National Nurseryman Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 
National Reserve Pub. Co. , 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Wood-Allen Publishing Com- 
pany, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

Frank Queen Publishing 
Company, New York, 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 

Banks & Bros, and James B, 

Lyon, Albany,- N. Y. 



12 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



New York Supplement and State Reporter. July 1 , 1897 

New York Times. July 3-9, 1897 

New York Times Weekly. July 10, 1897 

New York Tribune. July 4, 1897 

New York Weekly. July 24, 1897 

New-Yorker Abendblatt. July 5-10, 1897 

New-Yorker Staats-Zeitung. July 3-9, 1897 

New-Yorker Sonntagsblatt. July 4, 1897 

New-Yorker Wocbenblatt. July 3, 1897 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 4 

Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 71, No. 5 

Nylic Exchange. July, 1897 

Official Railway Equipment Register. July, 1897 

Open Court. July, 1897 

Organist. July, 1897 

Our Productions. July 3, 1897 

Our Young People. June 26, 1897 

Outlook. July, 1897 

Pacific Reporter. Vol.49, No. 1 

Pathfinder. July 3, 1897 

Pennsylvania County Court Reports. July 3, 1897 

People's Railway Guide. Julyl, 1897 

Philadelphia Inquirer. July 4, 1897 

Physical Review. July, 1897 

Pittsburg Daily News. July 3-9, 1897 

Pittsburg Times. July 3-9, 1897 

Planets and People. July, 1897 

Poet- Lore. July, August, September, 1897 

Poultry Monthly. July, 1897 

Presbyterian and Reformed Review. July, 1897 

Printer and Bookmaker. July, 1897 

Psychological Review. July, 1897 

Puck. July 4,1897 

Puck's Library. August, 1897. ' ' Pebbles on the Beach. ' ' 

Queen of Fashion. August, 1897 

Quotations at the New York Stock Exchange. July 3, 

6, 7, 8, 9, 1897. 
Rand-McNally Central Railway Guide. July, 1897 

Rand-McNally Official Railway Guide. July, 1897 

Rand-McNally Western Railway Guide. July, 1897 



Pbopeietobs. 



West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
New York Times Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Tribune Ass'n, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
New-Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
New York Life Insurance 
Company, New York. 

Railway Equipment and 
Pub. Company, New York. 
Open Court Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

E. S. Lorens, Dayton, Ohio. 
American Publishing and 

Engraving Co., New York. 
Young People Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Outlook Co., New York. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Pathfinder Publishing Com- 
pany, Washington City. 
T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 
Philadelphia. 
C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany. Philadelphia. 
Macmillan Co., New York. 
Pittsburg Daily News Com- 
pany, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times Company, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 

F. E. Ormsby, Chicago. 
Poet-Lore Company, Boston. 
Ferris Publishing Company, 

Albany, N. Y. 
Presbyterian and Reformed 
Review Association, 

Philadelphia. 
Howard Lock wood & Co., 

New York. 
Macmillan Co., New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Do. 
McCall Company, New York. 
Exchange Printing Company, 
New York. 
American Railway Guide 
Company, Chicago. 

Do. 
Do. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Eeports of Cases. July 5 and June 28, 1897. 

Rider and Driver. July 1 0, 1897 

Rudder. July, 1897 

Russell's Convention Dates. July 3, 1897.. . 

Scholar's Magazine. August, 1897 

School Journal. July 3, 1897 



Scientific American. July 10, 1897 

Shipping and Commercial List. July 3, 1897. 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 10 



Proprietors. 



Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 4 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 40, No. 9 , 

Standard Electrical Directory. April, 1897 



Sun. July 3-9, 1897 

Sunday School Times. July 10, 1897. 



Superintendent and Foreman. July 6, 1897. 
Tobacco. July 2, 1897 



Toilettes. August, 1897 

Town Talk. July 3, 1897 ... 
Town Topics. July 8, 1897. 



Truth. July 10, 1897 

United States Investor. July 3, 1897 

University Medical Magazine. July, 1897. 



Viavi Cause. July 10, 1897. 



Vogue. July 8, 1897 

Western School Journal. July, 1897 . 



Wooden and Willow-Ware Trade Review. July 8, 1867.. 
Wool Record. July 6, 1897 



World's Sunday Magazine. July 4, 1897. 
Young People's Weekly. July, 1897 



Youth's Companion. July 8, 1897 



Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Rider and Driver Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Rudder Publishing Company, 

New York. 

Hamlin Russell, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Sunday School Times, 

Philadelphia. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Munn & Co., New York. 
Shipping and Commercial 
List Co., New York. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Electrical Directory Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Sun Publishing and Printing 
Association, New York. 
John D. Wattles & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 
T. H. Delano Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Toilettes Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 
Town Topics Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Truth Company, New York. 
Investor Pub. Co., Boston. 
University of Pennsylvania 
Press, Philadelphia. 

H. & H. E. Law, 

San Francisco. 
Fashion Co., New York. 

Western School Journal, 

Topeka, Kans. 
Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 
Wool Record Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Press Pub. Co. , New York. 
David C. Cook, Publishing 
Company, Elgin, 111. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Impromptu. By Valentine Abt 

Munchener Leben. By Hans Edgar Oberstoetter. 

My Love She is a Cook 

Das Reh. Von Freidrich von Thul 



Valentine Abt. 
Jos. Aibl's Sortiment. 
John Allen. 
Johann Andre, 

Offenbach on the Main. 



14 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Sehr flatterhafb. By Emil Fullekruss.. 



Peopeietobs. 



Ave Maria. By Fr. Schubert 

The Stars and Stripes Forever. By Frank L. Armstrong. . 

When Evening Kays Were Red. By Graham Valmore.. 

Velocipede Gallop. By Henry Atkins 

Intermezzo. By Victor Parma 

American Eagle March. By J. G. Boehme. Arranged 

for band by J. G. Boehme. 

Irish Folk-Songs. By Charles Wood 

Konzert fur Violine und Orchester Von Emile Mathieu.. 

Konigskinder. By E. Humperdinck. Orchestra 

Einleitung 

Fantasie 

Militiir musik 

Albumblatt. By E. Humperdinck. Fiir Harmonium 

und Klavier. 
Albumhlatt. By E. Humperdinck. Fiir Harmonium, 

Klavier. und Violine. 

The Little Crusaders. By J. B. Woodworth 

Day is Dawning. By Edward Bunnett 

Sing On, Sweet Birds. By Edward Bunnett 

Lo ! Autumn Leaves. By Edward Bunnett 

Eagles Mere March. By Annie W. Button 

Memories Waltz. By Susan Gay Pursell 



Marching Along. By Maude Valerie White 

The Refractory Monk. By Frederick Rosse 

Hunting Song. By R. R. Munro 

Untrue. By E. J. Reuter 

Heather Rose. By E. J. Reuter 

Loreley. By E. J. Reuter • 

Pastorale. By Edwin H. Lemare 

Katie O'Reilly. By J. W. Wheeler 

Rink-A-Dink. By C. M. Currier 

When Riding Out with Nellie on My Wheel. By Harry 
Le Roy. 

Nerveuse. By H. Tellam 

Musing at Eve. By Frank A. Drake 

Armor. By Sylvio Lazzari 

No. 1— Fackel Tanz 

Belle of the West. By A. Liberati. For 2 mandolins, 
piano, and guitar. 

Far Away Waltz. By Fred. Swanson 

Belle of the North March. By Ida Groff. For 2 man- 
dolins, piano, and guitar. 

Marche Grecque. By Louis Ganne 

Ballabile. By Louis Ganne 

Danse Persane By Louis Ganne 

Danse Egyptieime. By Louis Ganne 

Pasquinade. By Louis Ganne 

Danse Profane. By Louis Ganne 

Contemplation. By Louis Ganne... 

Danse Mystique. By Louis Ganne * 

The Ballet Girl Waltz. By Carl Kiefert. Orchestra 

My Stars. By Edward Kent , 

Mrs. Grundy. By Mary Watson , 

Then and Now. By A. D. Fillmore 



Johann Andre, 

Offenbach on the Main. 

Do. 
Frank L. Armstrong, 

Philadelphia. 
Edwin Ashdown, London. 
Henry Atkins. 

Emil Berte & Co., Leipzig. 
John Geo. Boehme, 

New York. 
Boosey & Co., New York. 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 
Max Brockhaus, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

M. C. Brown, Detroit, Mich. 
Edward Bunnett. 

Do. 

Do. 
Annie W. Button. 
Carlin & Lennox, 

Indhmapolis. Ind. 
Chappell & Co., London. 

Do. 
John Church Co., Cincinnati. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Robert Cocks & Co., London. 
.1. S. Coombs. 
C. M. Currier. 
Dana Music Company, 

Boston. 
Paul Decourcelle, Nice. 

Frank A. Drake. 
Paul Dupont. Paris, Fiance. 
W. J. Dyer & Bro., 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

Enoch & Cie., 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Enoch & Sons, 
B. Feldman, 

Do. 
A. D. Fillmore. 



Paris. 



London. 
London. 



15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Symphonic pathdtique. No. 6. By P. Tschaikowsky. 
Piano 1. 

Symphonie pathetique. No. 6. By P. Tschaikowsky. 
Piano 2. 

Tete a Tete. By Charles Godard 

Impression du Soir. By Charles Godard 

Nuage rose. By Charles Godard 

A Waif and Stray. By Henry J. Wood 

Nell, the Little Bell Schottische. By F. Cordelia 

Reiser's Dog. By Eddie Fox 

I Fancied Her an Angel. By Eddie Fox 

The Girl With the Gingham Gown. By Eddie Fox 

The Absent-Minded Booster. By W. Freear 



Eob. Forherg, 
Do. 



Leipzig 



Ma Chere. By Ellaline Terriss 

Smiling Valley Mazurka. By Otto Hackh. 



Golden Sunset Waltz. By Otto Hackh 

Through Grassy Meadows. By Otto Hackh. 

Sunlit Hills. By Otto Hackh 

« in Mountain Top. By Otto Hackh 

By Rippling Brooks. By Otto Hackh 

Komanza. By E. Gramm 

The Soldier's Love. By Lydia Olive Green. 
Sentence. By M. B. Greenwood 



Bryan Reception March. By Fred. L. Groton 

O Selig. By Albert Grube 

Erdengliick. By Albert Grube 

Quatre Caprices. Op. 27. For piano. By Carolus 

Agghazy. Nos. 1,2,3,4." 
Barcarolle. By Anton Rubinstein 



Am Lindenbaum. By Alexander von Firlitz . 



Berceuse. By Hans Hermann 

Ode to Texas. By S. C. Zettuer. 



Twilight Meditation. By Wm. Weishaupt. Three man- 
dolins and guitar. 

Fairy Waltz. By Wm. Weishaupt. Two mandolins 
and guitar. 

Ave Marie. By R. De Roode 

While Thee I Seek Protecting Power. By R. De Roode.. 

As Pants the Wearied Hart. By R. De Roode 

Im Wald. By Franz Leu 

Der Fichtenbaum. By Franz Leu 

Abendstimmung. By Franz Leu 

Vogleiu, wohin so schnell? By Franz Leu 

Stiiudchen. By Frauz Leu 

The Harp that Once Through Tara's Halls. By D. M. 
H. May. For violin. 

Alice, Where Art Thou? By Fred Lax. For violin 

A Spray of Sweet Heliotrope. By Fred. H. Hartwell..., 



By Hamilton Gray. 
No. 1 in E flat,. 



He Shall Give His Angels Charge 

No. 2 in D. 
'Neath the RoIlingTide. By W. H. Jude 

Singing Leaves. By Holmes Lee 

American Harp March. By Herman F. Lehman 
On the Wing Polka. By Max Liebling 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Forsyth Brothers, London. 
Edward Fox. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

Do. 
Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
E. Gramm. 
Lydia Olive Green. 
M. B. Greenwood, 

La Crosse, Wis. 
Fred. L. Groton. 
Albert Grube. 

Do. 
Julius Hainauer, Breslau. 

Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Heinrichshofen's Verlag, 

Magdeburg. 
Do. 
C. Janke & Co., 

Galveston, Tex. 
Geo. B. Jennings Company, 
Ciucinnati. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Fr. Kistner, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
P. J. Lammers, 

Baltimore, Md. 

Do. 
Langstadt & Waters, 

La Crosse, Wis. 
J. H. Larway, Loudou. 

Do. 
Holmes Lee. 
Leopold Lehman. 
Max Lieblins. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



JEolian Hall March. By Joseph Gearen 

Lover's Always. By M. C. Thayer 

My Own, My True Love Bess. By James W. McMahon. 
Little Egypt Dance. By Edw. Bergenholtz. Band 



Proprietors. 



Casket of Gems. By J. E. Feahans. Band 

King Cycle Two-step. By Bert. L. Billings. Band . 

Heralds of Dawn. By Lizzie Martin 

For Jesus' Sake. By W. Moreton Owen 



Glad Welcome We Sing. By W. Moreton Owen.. 

The Battle of Flowers. By Emile Petroe 

The Liberty Dramatic Club. By John A. Noble.. 
Our Lady of the Snows. By H. Walford Davies.. 

DurundMoll. Heft 10. Preis 1 M 

Sweetheart March. By Arthur W. Pryor 

All Life Long. By H. W. Petrie 

The Sweetest Baby of All. By Leona A. Phelps. . 



Skating Song 

Pantins vivants. By R. Leoncavallo. 
Toccata, By M. E. Bossi 



Ultimo Canto By M. E. Bossi 

Fileuse. By M. E. Bossi 

Mazurka. By M. E. Bossi 

Lullaby of the Stars. By Bertha M. Rhodes.... 
The Lord of the Mine. By W. B. Richardson. . 

The Voice of May. By J. L. Roeckel 

Oh ! How is That for High? By H. A. Saxton. 

Auf Wiedersehen. By H. J. Schonacker 

Down the Line March By John Braham 

By Theo. Bendix 

Do. By J. W. Wheeler. 

By Leo Friedman 

By Jas. M. Sheehan 



The Will-o'-the-Wist. 

Baby ! Come Kiss Me, 

She's Ma Baby Now. 

Meet Me at the Ball. 

The Tempest. By Adolphe Shirley. 

Adagio. By E. Roder 

Ballade. By Johann Pfeifer 

Adagio und Rondo. By C. M. v. Weber 

He Giveth Food to all Flesh. By Caleb Simper 

Das Lied vom Reiche. By Ph. Riifer 

Walzer-Miirchen. By Eduard Schutt 

Suite pour Violon et Piano. Par N. Lago 

Down Where Bright Violets Beam. By R. S. Sinclair. 

Speak to Me, Darling. By Frank Howard 

Sing to Me, Robin. By Frank Howard 

The Easy Boss. By Lud wig Englander 



Our Children Shall Have Them Also. By Ludwig Eng- 
lander. 

Brain Wafers. By Ludwig Englander 

System of Teaching for the Pianoforte. By Walter S. 
Sprankle. 

A Nice Situation for a Girl. By Felix McGlennon 



Hear, O My People. By Frederick Stevenson 

The Yellow Kid's Patrol. By Thos. J. Armstrong- 
Piano 

Banjeaurine — 

First banjo 



Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

Do. 
James W. McMahon. 
H. E. McMillin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 
Lizzie Martin. 
Dwight E. Marvin, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Geo. Molineux, New York. 
J. A. Noble, Toledo, Ohio. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., London. 

A. H. Payne, Leipzig. 
J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia 
H. W. Petrie. 

Leona A. Phelps, 

Lowville, N. Y. 
Mrs. G. W. Pohlman. 
Ries & Erler, Berlin. 

J. Rieter-Biedermann, 

Leipzig. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

B. M. Rhodes. 

W. B. Richardson. 

J. L. Roeckel. 

H. A. Saxton. 

H.J. Schonacker. 

G. W. Setchell, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
Arling Shaeffer, Chicago. 
James M. Sheehan. 
Adolphe Shirley. 
Carl Simon, Berlin. 

Do. 

Do. 
Caleb Simper. 
N. Simrock, Berlin. 

Do. 

Do. 
R. S. Sinclair, Kirwin, Kans. 
Mrs. Delos G. Spalding. 

Do. 
George L. Spaulding, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Walter S. Sprankle, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Jos. W. Stern & Co., 

New York. 
Frederick Stevenson. 

S. S. Stewart, Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Yellow Kid's Patrol. By Thos. J. Armstrong — 
Continued. 

Second banjo 

Piccolo banjo 

Mandolin 

Guitar 

B ass b an j o 

The Man With the Wooden Leg. By Ned Straight.... 
Sweet Ella Lee. By M. M. Williams 



Willie's Waltz. By Miss Mary A. R. Thomson 

Washington Monument March. By F. P. Ullrich 

Birds of the Wildwood. By George M. Vickers 

Euclid Beach Park March. By H. Clark Thayer. For 

orchestra. 
Salute to Camp Richie. By H. Clark Thayer. Orchestra. 
Roll on Deep Ocean. By J. T. Wamelink 



Air With Variations. By Donald Heins.. 

Scherzo. By Donald Heins 

Melody in A flat. By Adam Geibel 



The Kissaphone. By J. A. Silberberg 

The Mile-Stones of Life. By Dave Fitzgibbon.. 



Ever True. By Anton Heindl 

Dolly Green. By Louise Wray 

What Would Your Answer Be? For autoharp. By 

Maurice Levi. 
A Hot Time in the Old Town. For autoharp. By Theo. 

A. Metz. 
I've Been to Gay Paree. For autoharp. By Felix 

McGlennon. 
Won't You Come to My Tea Party? For autoharp. 

By Alb. H. Fitz. 

Beulah Land. For autoharp. By John R. Sweney 

Shall You? Shall I? For autoharp. By James Mc- 

Granahan. 



S. S. Stewart, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Edward Straight. 
Thompson Music Company, 
Chicago. 
Mary A. R. Thomson. 
F. P. Ullrich. 
Geo. M. Vickers. 
Louis Vitak, Canton, Ohio. 

Do. 
J. T. Wamelink, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Weekes & Co., London. 

Do. 
White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 
K. M. Widmer, New York. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Louise Payne Wray. 
C. F. Zimmermann Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



A Modern Proposal. By Marsden Brown 

Medea. By Jacob Gordin 

The Mahatma's Triumph. By Euphemia Belle Roller. 

Middlemarch. By F. H. Mead and T. D. Beasley 

The Thirteenth of July. By Albert Newton Shideler. . 
A Cavalier of France. By Espy Williams 



Dramatic Pub. Co. , Chicago. 
Jacob Gordin. 
Euphemia Belle Roller, 

New York. 
F.H.Mead and T.D. Beasley. 
Albert Newton Shideler. 
Espy W. H. Williams, 

New Orleans, La. 



MAPS. 



Map of the City of Syracuse 

Map of the State of New York. 



1897. 



Bicycle Road-Map- 
Canada. 

3 T E 



-Kingston, Canada, to Quebec, 



Andrew Boyd & Sons. 
William P. Dresen, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 



18 

MAPS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 




Matthews- Northrup C o m - 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Do. 


Map of South Dakota 


Map of Buffalo 


Do. 


Leavenworth, Kans. June, 1897 


Sanhorn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 


Easton, Pa. June, 1897 


Do. 


Fort Smith, Ark. June, 1897 

Ellensburgh, Wash. May, 1897 


Do. 
Do. 




Do. 


Sectional Road-Map of Orange County, N. Y 


Servoss Pub. Co. , New York. 


Map of Boston 


Geo. H. Walker & Co., 


Map of Brookline and Brighton 


Boston. 
Do. 


Map of Gloucester and Vicinity 


Do. 


Montclair Map, Fire Alarm Boxes, and Hydrants 


A. J. Wright. 







ENGRAVINGS. 



Pierre Chouteau 

Our Alpine Troops. 7J by 4f . 

Marceau. 6.] -by 4f 

Marceau. 19J by 14j , 

Bachi-Bouzoucks. 12f by 8J 

Ob, My! HowHotltls. 11| by 9 : ] 

Under Shelter. 11} by 9J 

Spring Flowers. 4J by 3-§- 

Eutry of Jesus into Jerusalem, Palni Sunday. 74 by 4| 
Compassion. 7-> by 3J 

A Sharp Wrangle. 4J by 6f 

Tbe Divine Apprentice, llf by 9-J 

Harmony. 4 J by 3 J- 

Palamon and Arcite , 

Making Plans. 6j by 4< , 

Old No. 2 School 

Maternal Love. Gi by 4 J- 

Cows in the Shade. 7-] by 4jj- 

Charge of the Grenadiers of the Guard, at Eylan 

Castellane with His Family. 13 by 8J 



Paul Bakewell, St. Louis, Mo. 
Jeau Boussod, Manzi, Joyant 
&Co., Paris, France. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Braun, Clement & Co. , 

Paris, France. 
Chocarn e-Moreati, 

Paris, France. 
Virginie Demont-Breton, 

Paris, France. 
Gabriel Ferrier, 

Paris, France. 
W. M. Finley & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
E. Gelhay, Paris, France. 
Alfred N. Houghton, Boston. 
Leon Perrault, Paris, France. 
Julien Dnpre, Paris, France. 
Francois Scgommer, 

Paris, France. 
Henry Tenre, Paris France. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Mount Shasta 

Yreka High School 

Court House, Yreka 

The Pyramids and the Sphinx 
Laocoon and His Sons 



J. Churchill & Son, 

Yreka, Cal. 

Do. 

Do. 
A. W. Elson & Co., Boston. 

Do. 



19 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Eoso. Nos. 2, 3, and 4 ... 
Nance O'Neil. Nos. 2-7.. 
Here's Your Grandma 



By the Wayside 

Gloucester Harbor. 



Surf at Bass Rocks 

East Gloucester Shore 

After the Storm, Cape Ann Shore 

View on the Line of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. 
Nos. 224 and 225. 

Margaret Aliene 

Mrs. McKinley's Bedchamber. Views 1 and 2 



Portrait of Mrs. McKinley. Nos. 1, 2, 3.. . 

Chiefs of Police, New York City. 1897 

477. North Lake, Catskill Mountains, N. Y., 



478. South Lake. Catskill Mountains, N. Y 

479. North Lake, Catskill Mountains, N. Y 

482. Piazza of the Mountain House, Catskill Mountains, 
N. Y. 

483. View from the Piazza of Mountain House 

484. West Front of Mountain House 

New York Buildings 

New York Monuments 

Brooklyn Bridge 

Battery 

Broadway 

Old Farm. No. 160 

Mount Tacoma. Nos. 155 and 159 

The Grim Boatman of the Styx 



An Equal Division 

He Giveth His Beloved Sleep 

4210. Dedication of General Grant's Tomb 

4213. Cactus Garden 

4301. Out for a Ride 

4302. High School Graduates , 

4304. Cherokee Rose and Aboriginal Stone Implements. 

4305. Giant Cactus 

White Coral 

Calla Lilies and Gold of Pohir Roses 

Chinese Sacred Dragon 

Pueblo Indian Cart 200 Years Old 

Ostrich Farm 

I Want Good Roads 

4314. Spring Street 

4315. Great Cable Incline 

The Harness Maker 

A Disturbance at the Cake Walk 

The Winner of the Cake Walk 

The Leaders at the Cake Walk 

The Arrest at the Cake Walk 

A Beautiful Corner in the Pope's Home 



PROPRIETORS!. 



4306. 
4308. 
4310. 
4311. 
4312. 
4313. 



The Splendid Altar of St. Paul's 

The Gallery 

Genoa from the Rosazza Gardens... 

Pennsylvania Avenue, from U. S. Treasury. 



B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 
Fruit Medical Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
F. T. Harmon, Chicago. 

Martha H. Harvey, 

Annisquam, Mass. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
R. E. Hinchey, De Soto, Mo. 

A. M. Hume, New York. 

Frances Benjamin Johnston, 

Washington City. 

Do. 
Lee & Epler, New York. 

A. Loefiler, 

Tomj)kinsville, N. Y. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Ed. Lowey, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
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Do. 

A. Ludden, Tacoma, Wash. 

Do. 
Moses & Son, 

New Orleans, La. 
Do. 
Do. 

B. L. Singley, Meadville, Pa. 

Do. 

Do. 

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Win. H. Sotto, Buffalo, N. Y. 
F. W. Stevens. 

Do. 

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Underwood & Underwood, 
New York. 

Do. 

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20 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



St. Peter's and the Vatican. Nos. 1,2,3 

A Mirror View of the Forum 

Monastery of St. Barlaam. Nos. 2, 3 

Armed Monks Gathering Wood. Nos. 2, 3 

The Colosseum and Arch of Constantine. No. 1 

Only Access to Monastery of St. Barlaam. Nos. 2, 3 

Trajan's Forum and Column. No. 1 

Irregulars on the Frontier. No. 2 

Kalamhaka. Nos. 2, 4 

Defending Their Homes. No. 2 

Skirmishing near the "Monasteries in the Air." No. 2 

Ready for the Enemy. No. 2 

Insurgents from Sparta. No. 2 

Among the Marvellous Meteora Rocks. No. 2 



Proprietors. 



Underwood & Underwood, 
New York. 
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Do. 
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PRINTS. 



Future Naval Battles to be Fought Under Water. 

Andrew Jackson 

Colonial. Soudanese in Background 



General View of the Scene 

Tenth Garrison, with Profile of Princess Louise, etc 

Best General View of Whole Scene 

Naval Brigade Dragging Guns 

Deputation of Indian Officers, etc 

Scene in Front of St. Paul's 

The Anthem. 

Australian Horsemen 

Guards' Band in Historic Gold Uniform 

General Scene — Lord Wolseley with Hand to Chin 

Colonial Procession in King William Street. Hussars 
and Sikhs. 

Carriage. Duke of Coburg, etc 

Colonial Procession— Australian Troops 

The Queen's Carriage Coming from London Bridge 

New South Wales Mounted Troops 

Foreign Attaches of Visiting Princes and Envoys 

Entrance to London Bridge. The Scots Grays 

Head of Colonial Procession 

The Scene in King William Street. The Royal Carriage- 
Queen Drawing Up in Front of St. Paul's \ 

The Queen and the South London Crowd J 

The Te Deum, etc j 

General View of Scene at St. Paul's with Yeomen 

Entrance to London Bridge. General View 

Scene on Surrey Side of London Bridge 

Corporation Carriages, etc 

Procession of Princes 

Procession in King William Street — Aides des Camps.. 

Colonial Procession. Carriages with Premiers 

Rhodesian Horse 

Seventeenth Lancers 

The Queen Leaning Over to Speak to Her Cousin 

The Scene at the Mansion House 

Queen Bowing to Blue-Coat Boys 

African, Chinese, and Indian Detachments 



Leslie's Weekly, New York. 

S. S. McClure Co., New York. 

New York Times Company, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

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21 

PRINTS— Continued. 
Titles. 

121 Years Ago We Declared Our Independence 

Green Family No. 1 

A Big Tumble in Bicycle Prices 

CHARTS. 

The Educational Vertical Writing Chart. No. 2 

Pennsylvania Bankers' Handy Holiday Calendar for 1898.. 

DESIGN. 

Greeting 



Proprietors. 



Scripps-MaRae League. 
Do. 
Do. 



Leach, Shewell & Sanborn, 

Boston. 
William Post, Philadelphia. 



Thomas & Wylie Litho. Co. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



AND 



OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIBRAKIAK OF CONGRESS AT WASH- 
INGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT LAW, FROM JULY 12 
TO JULY 17, 1897, INCLUSIVE, WHEREIN THE COPY- 
RIGHT HAS BEEN COMPLETED BY THE DEPOSIT 
OF TWO COPIES IN THE OFFICE. 



2STo. 315. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 

1897. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Dropped Stitches in Tennessee History. By John Alli- 
son. 
School Reading by Grades. By James Baldwin 



Third Year in French. By L. C. Synis 

'Bound the Year in Myth and Song. By Florence Hol- 

brook. 
Der Fluch Der Schonheit. Von W. H. Riehl. Edited 

by Mary A. Frost. 
An Eagle Regiment. The Eighth Wisconsin 

Bowie and His Knife 

A Bull Run Captive 

Fashions of New York (2 articles) 

' 'A' ' Syndicate Page. Nos. 25 and 26 

: 'B" Syndicate Page. Nos. 25 and 26 

"C" Syndicate Page. No. 25 

"E" Syndicate Page. Nos. 24 and 25 

Our Navy : Its Growth and Achievements. By Lieut. 

J. D. Jerrold Kelley. 
Group of Card Games. By A. Howard Cady 

Illustrated General Catalogue 

Manual of the St. John Perchmans' Sanctuary Society., 

Familiar Features of the Roadside. By F. Schuyler 
Mathews. 

Appleton's Dictionary of New York. 1897 

The Folly of Peu Harrington. By Julian Sturgis 

Poke o' Moonshine. By Kate Upson Clark 

On the Rio Grande. By Morgan Robertson 

Mrs. Stormont's Soiree Musicale. By Frances Courteuay 

Baylor. 
Secretary Wilson Tells What Ails Our Farmers. By 

Geo. Grantham Bain. 
Brigandage is Now Rampant in Greece. By J. L. Heaton. 

Golden Jubilee of Mornionism. By J. L. Heaton 

Unique Congress. By Geo. Grantham Bain 

Prospect of Anglo-Egyptain Advance Up the Nile. By 

J. L. Heaton. 
If You Long to Start a Racing Stable — Well, Don't. By 

James H. Tuckerman. 

Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By Ellen Osborn 

One Day at a Big Circus. By I. D. Marshall 

Trolley Car in Cairo. By J. L. Heaton 

Charles Dickens' First Watch. By John Paul Bocock... 

Jubilee for War Nurse. By James L. Keene 

All About the Women of Fashion. By Annie Laurie 

Woods. 

Jep Jones and Others. By M. Quad 

Thousands for a Laugh. By Lida Rose MaCabe 

Home Art for Pretty Faces. By Shirley Dare 

(3) 



John Allison, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

American Press Association. 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
American Publishing Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. 
American Sports Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Andrews & Johnson Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Apostleship of Prayer, 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
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BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Prospector's Field- Book and Guide. By Prof. 

H. S Osborn. 
Baird's Expert Collector 

Providence, Old and New. By Leander Baker 

Where Grow the Best Olives'? 

The Penal Code of California. By James H. Deering. .. 

Bladys, a Woman of Courage. By S. Baring-Gould. 

Chaps. 3-5. 
A Man Fights Best in His Own Township. By Robert 

Barr. 
Manipulation of the Microscope. By Edward Bausch.. 

Half Dime Library. No. 1041, 1042 

Dime Library. No. 976, 977 

Beeson's Marine Directory. 1897 

The Poor, Insanity, and State Charities Laws. By 
Robert C. Gumming and Frank B. Gilbert. 

The Election Code of the State of New York 

Jewett's Election Manual 

Bits of Our Berkshire 

The Three Great Apostles. Lessons 31-34 

The Bible Study Manual. Lessons 31-34 

Evangeliums-Lieder. 1 uud 2 

The Pale-Face Queen. By Milton M. Bitter 

Unwritten Astronomy. By Lavalette C. Blodgett 

Bourne's Multiplication Table By Arthur Bourne 

Bradley's Fertil izers 

The Twenty-Seventh Annual Joint Debate of the Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin. 

Letters to an Unknown. Translated by Henri Pene du 
Bois. 

South Carolina Reports. Vol. 46 

The Land of Freezeout. By Dane Mantord and Five 

Others. 
Three Wellesley Girls. By Anna May Hunt. Chaps. 

14, 15. 
Arithmetic Game with Rules. By John S. Callbreath... 

Fun for the Million. By Oliver F. Case 

Napoleon. By William M. Sloane. Part 18 

The Argo in Quest of the Golden Fleece. Calendar 

The Lutheran Commentary. Vol. 8. Edited by Henry 

Eyster Jacobs. 
Childhood Conversions. By Grace Weiser Davis 

Crime and Criminals. By J. Sanderson Christison 

Shafts, Slopes and Drifts. Instruction Paper. Second 

Edition. 
Shafts, Slopes and Drifts. Question Paper. Second 

Edition. 
Methods of Working Coal Mines. Instruction Paper. 

First Edition. Part 1. 



Henry Carey Baird & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
W. S. Baird, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
Leander Baker, 

Providence, R. I. 
H. H. Bancroft 
Bancroft-Whitney Company, 
San Francisco. 
S. Baring-Gould. 



Robert Barr, 



London. 



Bausch & Lomb Optical 

Company, Rochester, N. Y. 

Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 
Harvey C. Beeson, Chicago. 
Matthew Bender, 

Albany, N. Y. 
Do. 
Do. 
Arthur J. Benedict, 

Housatonic, Mass. 
Bible Study Pub. Co.. Boston. 

Do. 
Biglow & Main Company, 

New York. 
Milton M. Bitter. 
Lavalette C. Blodgett, 
Arthur Bourne, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bradley Fertilizer Company. 
Boston. 
Theo. W. Brazeau. 



Brentano's, 



New York. 



R. L. Bryan & Co., 

Columbia, S. C. 
C. R. Burrage. 

C. O. Burton. 

John S. Callbreath, 

Rock Rift, N. Y. 
Oliver F. Case, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Century Co., New York. 

Channing Auxiliary, 

San Francisco. 
Christian Literature Com- 
pany, New York. 
Christian Witness Company, 
Boston. 
J. S. Christison, Chicago. 
Colliery Engineer Company. 
Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 

Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Gases Met With in Mines. Question Paper. Second 

Edition. 

Gases Met "With in Mines. Key. Second Edition 

Mine Ventilation. Parti. Instruction Paper. Second 

Edition. 

Domestic Matters 

Prospectus of the Eisenach Academy of Music 

Pictures and Biographies of Brigham Young and His 

W T ives. 
The KiDg of the Park. By Marshall Saunders 

Augusta Centennial Souvenir. June 9, 1897 

Hand-Book of Railroad Securities. July, 1897 

Devore's Interest Tables 

A Sketch of Nicolo Paganini. By C. M. F. Dressel 

London Topics 

Continual and Cheap Mushroom Culture 

The Only and First Specialist on Practical Mushroom 

Culture. 
Complete Instructions for Making and Hardening. By 

Mrs. A. R. Fitch. 
Imperial Germany. By Sidney W 7 hitman 

Roman Life in Pliny's Time. By Maurice Pellison 

Roman and Mediaeval Art. By W. H. Goodyear 

The Social Spirit in America. By C. R. Henderson 

Nursing vs. Dosing. By S. T. Hammond 

Canoe Cruising and Camping. By Perry D. Frazer 

Journal of the American School of Correspondence. 

Vol. 1, No. 3. 
The Action of Materials Under Street or Structural 

Mechanics. By Charles E. Greene. 

Shorthand in Twenty Lessons. Lesson 16 

Laying the Corner Stone 

Pieces to Speak. Nos. 17 and 18. By Eugene J. Hall.. 
Brooklyn Directory. 1898 

Simon Dale. By Anthony Hope. Chap. 3 

A Systematic Method of Testing Varnish, etc. By W. 

G. Scott. 2 — Determination of Viscosity. 

How to Prepare For a Civil Service Examination 

7-8. The Economic Historv of the Baltimore and Ohio 

Railroad. 1827-1853. By Milton Reizenstein. 
An Illustrated Catalogue 

Assessment 267 

My Dog and I. By H. "W. Huntington 

The Practical Color Maker. By George H. Hurst. 

Manufacture of Ultramarine — Continued. 
Primary Lessons. With Supplements. Lessons 34, 35, 

36, 37, 38. 



Peopeietors. 



Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 

Mel R. Colquitt. 
Madame Van Dusen Cook, 

Boston. 
James H. Crockwell, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Daily Kennebec Journal, 

Augusta, Me. 
William B. Dana Company, 
New York. 
J. A. Devore, Chicago. 

F. Dressel Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Evening Post Publishing 
Company, New York. 

E. C. Fisher, New York. 
Do. 

Mrs. A. R. Fitch. 

Flood & Vincent, 

Meadville, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Do. 
George L. Fowler, New York. 

Charles E. Greene, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Henry J. Greer, Boston. 

Grit Publishing Company, 

Williamsport, Pa. 
Eugene J. Hall, Chicago. 
H. C. Hallenbeck, 

New York. 
A. H. Hawkins, London. 

G. B. Heckel. 

Hinds & Noble, New York. 
Johns Hopkins Press, 

Baltimore, Md. 
Wm. H. Horstmann Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
M. E. Howard, 

Westboro, Mass. 
H. W. Huntington, 

New York. 
George H. Hurst. 

Mary E. Hutchesou, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued . 



Titles. 



Reminiscences of an Octogenarian. By Joshua King 

Ingalls. 
L'Oncle et le Neveu. Par Edrnond About 



Fra Le Corde. By Salvatore Farina. Notes by Prof. T. 

E. Comba. 

Exercises in Equine Surgery. By P. J. Cadiot 

Walks in the Orient. By Chas. S. Crossman. Part 4. 

Arrival at Alexandria. 

Illustrated Vineland. By D. O. Kellogg 

Questions for the Use of Persons Investigating Mining 

Properties. 
A. D. Lectra's Short Cut Calculator 



How to Buy Life Insurance 

A Theory of the Earth. By John B. Lonas. 
Phronsie Pepper. By Margaret Sidney 



The Architects', Contractors' and Material Dealers' 

Directory. 1897. 
Rules for Playing the Electoral Parlor Game 



In School Days and Other Poems 

New York Corporation Tax Laws By John J. Merrill... 

Pointers to Success 

Macbeth Lamp-Chimneys 



The Peso-La-Ki Mine. By Cy Warman 

Select Letters of Cicero. Translated by Rev. G. E. 

Jeans, J. S. Watson, and others. 
Algebra. By H. S. Hall and S. R. Knight. Revised 

by F. L, Sevenoak. 
Daniel and the Minor Prophets. Edited by Richard G. 

Moulton. 

Volcanoes of North America. By Israel C. Russell 

A Lovable Crank. By Barbara Yechton. The Call of 

Duty. 
A Short Treatise on the Cause, Treatment, and Cure of 

Fistula. 



Prevention of Hay Fever. By Charles Marchand. 

Peerless Atlas of the World 

Semi-Annual List. June 1, 1897 



Proprietors. 



The Yonkers Guide 

Biographical Sketch of Pre. John Geil. Bv John F. 

Funk. 
Land and Labor. By S. W. Merchant and John P. 

Foose. 
An Ideal World. By Will N. Harben. Chaps. 16, 17. ... 
Easy Lessons in Mechanical Drawing and Machine 

Design. By J. G. A. Meyer. Part 5. 
Detroit Exchange Directory. July, 1897 



At the Gates of Song. By Lloyd Mifflin 

Japan. Edited by Captain F. Brinkley. Section 2. 



Joshua King Ingalls, 

Glenora. 
William R. Jenkins, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
D. O. Kellogg. 
Charles B. Kendall, Boston. 

A. D. Lectra, 

West Superior, Wis. 
J. H. Lewis, Denver, Colo. 
John B. Lonas. 
Lothrop Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
William J. Lowitz & Co., 

Chicago. 
D & L. L. Lucas, 

Jewett, Ohio. 
Ed. L. Luckow, 

Baraboo, Wis. 
James B. Lyons, 

Albany, N. Y. 
Lyons Bros. & Co. , 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Geo. A. Macbeth Company, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
S. S. McClureCo., New York. 
David McKay, Philadelphia. 

Macmillan Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

M. H. Mallory & Co., 

New York. 

Manufacturers of Dr. Knob- 
laugh's Fistula Cure, Gen- 
eseo, 111. 

Charles Marchand, 

New York. 

Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick, 
Springfield, Ohio. 

Material Men's Mercantile 
Association, New York. 

Meadow Bros., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Mennonite Publishing Com- 
pany, Elkhart, Ind. 

S. W. Merchant and John P. 
Foose, Dayton, Ohio. 

Merriam Company. 

J. G. A. Meyer, New York. 

Michigan Telephone Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Lloyd Mifflin. 
J. B. Millet Co., Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Catalogue "A." Cast-iron Settees, Chairs, and Table 

Stands. 
Blue Book of American Shipping 



A Quarter-Century's Fire Underwriting. 



Merchant Pipe, Boiler Tubes, and Casing. 



The New Earth. By Geo. C. Needham 

Will Jesus Come? By Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Needham.. 
Galatea. By Arthur Zapp. Part 6 



Muriella or Le Selve. By Louise De La Ramie 

Ole Mammy's Torment. By Annie Fellows Johnston. 

A Model of its Kind 

Artistic and Sensible 

Sensible Country Home 

Stable and Henhouse 

§2,800 Cottage : 

Colonial Country House 

New York Reports. Vol. 152 



Annals of Platte County, Mo. By W. M. Pax ton. 



Annotations for the Connecticut Statutes. By F. M. 

Peasley and T. F. Carmody. 
Reminiscences of Society in New York. 17 — Society 

Pioneers in Art, Agriculture, Philanthropy, and 

Reform. 

Castellane Barred Out 

Our Oarsmen Winners 



No Duke for Goelet 

Martins Didn't Get the Palace 

Charles Delmonico 111 

British Bicycle Trade Upset 

Mrs. John Hay's Narrow Escape 

Viola Allen in Peril 

Walcott 's Mission a Failure 

Chandler not to be M. P 

For an Eight-Hour Day 

Cardinal Vaughan to the World 

France Will Retaliate 

Favor International Race 

No Hired Gems Here 

Bradley Martins Get a Palace 

Are Willing to Row 

Senator Walcott is Hopeful 

Oliver Goldsmith, A Biography, and Margaret David- 
son. By Washington Irving. Vols. 1 and 2. 

The Ways of Life. By Mrs. Oliphant 

Handy Guide to Boston and Environs 



In the Days of Drake. By J. S. Fletcher. 
Pennsylvania State Reports. Vol. 180 



Building Inspector's Hand Book of Chicago. 1897 

The Golden Crocodile. By F. Mortimer Trimmer 

Folk Stories of the Northern Border. By Frank D. 
Rogers. 



Proprietors. 



J. L. Mott Iron Works, 

New York. 
Mulrooney & Barton, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
National Fire Insurance Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. 
National Tube Works Com- 
pany, McKeesport, Pa. 
Geo. C. Needham, New York. 

Do. 
New-Yorker Staats Zeitung, 
New York. 
L. C. Page & Co., Boston. 

Do. 
George Palliser, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
John Palmer, Secretary of 
of the State of New York. 
W. M. Paxton, 

Platte City, Mo. 

F. M. Peasley and T. F. Car- 
mody, Waterbury, Conn. 

Morris Phillips & Co", 

New York. 

Press Pub. Co., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Do. 
Frank Reeder, Secretary of 
the State of Pennsylvania. 
J. W. Ritchie, Chicago. 

Roberts Brothers, Boston. 
Frank D. Rogers, 

Clayton, N. Y. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopbietobs. 



Practical Method for Finding Compass Errors. By 
John Ross. Chap. 7. 

New Dress Fancies 

England's Wall Street Khe-Dives 

Snowstorm of Popcorn 

Rang Her Own Log Bell 

Snap-Shots at an Air-Ship 

Talk Through Barbed Wire 

Read This, Mr. McKinley 

Wants Another Flood 

How Can Miller Miss? 

Five O'Clock Tea Out-Doors 

Outdoor Horse Shows 

A Text-Book of Diseases of Women. By Charles B. Pen 

rose. 

You'll Be Burnt Up 

Elements of Constructive Geometry. • By William Noet- 

ling. 
The Plant Baby and Its Friends. By Kate Louise 

Brown. 

Dr. Earl S. Sloan's Treaties on the Horse 

Ten Halls of the Ancients 

The History of Cape May County, N. J 

Song of Cuba Libre. By James M. Stewart 

Collection of Paintings. By E. T. Stotesbury 

In Forbidden Nepaul. By W. Murray Gray don. No. 13 
American Street Railway Investments. 1897 

Faith or Fact. By Henry M. Taber 

Practical Education. By William E. Taylor 

Outlines in Geography. By Alva A. Thomson and Wm. 

F. Sell. 

Artistic Lighting. By James Inglis 

Ride the Chester 

The Story of the Twenty-fifth Michigan. By B. F. 

Travis. 

Illustrated Skin Diseases. Portfolio 7, 8. 9 

Trow's New York City Directory. Vol. 111. 1897 

Directory of the Union Credit Company 

Laconia City Directory. 1897-98 

Price List of Parts. June 1, 1897 

Book of Ratings. July, 1897 

Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus. By 

William S. Hall. 
The Burd Papers. Selected by Lewis Burd Walker 

Two Women Abroad. By Adelaide S. Hall 

The Elocutionist's Library 

The Companions of the Sorrowful Way. By Ian Maclaren 
Defiant Hearts. By W. Heimburg. Chaps. 1-10, 12 



John Ross. 

Henriette Rousseau. 
Thaddeus H. Rowe, 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Ryman Interview Syndicate, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
Saxton & Jacob, New York. 
Silver, Burdett & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 

Earl S. Sloan. Boston. 

Franklin W. Smith. 
Lewis T. Stevens, 

Cape May City, N. J. 
James M. Stewart, 

Washington City. 

E. T. Stotesbury. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Street Railway Publishing- 
Company, New York. 

Henry M. Taber. 

William E. Taylor, 

Nashville, Tenn. 

A. A. Thomson and Wm. F. 
Sell, Milwaukee, Wis. 

F. Dundas Todd. 

Torrie Bros., Riverside, N. J. 
Benjamin F. Travis, 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 
E. B. Treat & Co., New York. 
Trow Directory, Printing, and 
Bookbinding Company, 

New York. 
Union Credit Company, 

Baltimore, Md. 
Union Pub. Co., Boston. 

Union Special Sewing Ma- 
chine Company, Chicago. 
H. Van Court & Co., 

New York. 
D. Van Nostrand Company, 
New York. 
Lewis Burd Walker, 

Pottsville, Pa. 
Lincoln W. Walter. 

Do. 
John Watson, London. 

Waverley Pub. Co., Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Miracles of Madame Saint Katheride of Fierbois. 

Translated by Andrew Lang. 
A Practical Arithmetic. By G. A. Wentworth 

Stock Report, No. 271 

Tesla Poluphase Induction Motors 

The Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 46 

Shrewsbury. By Stanley J. Weyman. Part 14 

The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography. 

Vol. 7. 

Midshipman Jack. By Charles Ledyard Norton 

Washington's Younsj Aids. By Everett T. Tomlinson... 

SueOrcutt, By Charlotte M. Vaile 

Over the Andes. By Hezekiah Butterworth 

A Successful Venture. By Ellen Douglas Delaud 

The Eomance of Discovery. By William Elliot Griffis. 
The Laborer and the Capitalist. By Freeman Otis 

Willey. 

Saucy Polly 

Memorandum and Account Book 

Christian Science Voices. By Josephine Curtis Wood- 
bury. 

Westbrook Resident and Business Directory. 1897 

Worthington Condensers 

The Vulcan Locks 

Ma-Le-Na Book. Nos. 15 and 17. Fourth Edition 



Proprietors. 



Way & Williams, Chicago. 

G. A. Wentworth, 

Exeter, N. H. 

Western Pig Iron Association, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Westinghouse Electric and 

Mfg. Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Stanley J. Weyman, London. 
James T. White & Co., 

New York. 
W. A. Wilde & Co., Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Freeman Otis Willey, 

Orange, N. J. 
Martha M. Williams. 
O. E. Williams, 

Marietta, Ohio. 
Josephine Curtis Woodbury, 
Boston 
C. B. Woodman & Co. 
Henry R. Worthington, 

New York. 
Yale & Towne Manufactur- 
ing Company, New York. 
C. F. York, 

Warriorsmark, Pa. 



PERIODICALS. 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. July 12-18, 1897 

Advance Argus. July 15, 1897 

Advance Reports. Legal Intelligencer. July 16, 1897 .. 

Albany Law Journal. July 10, 1897 

Amateur Athlete. July 15, 1897 

American Agriculturist. July 17, 1897 

American Architect. July 10, 1897 

American Exchange and Review. July, 1897 

American Field. July 17, 1897 

American Florist. July 10, 1897 

American Historical Review. July, 1897 

American Journal of Obstetrics. July, 1897 

2 T E 



New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

Advance Argus Company, 

Greenville, Pa. 

Frank Reeder, Secretary of 
the State of Pennsylvania. 

Albany Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 

Amateur Athlete News Com- 
pany, New York. 

Orange Judd Co., New York. 

American Architect and 
Building News Co., Boston. 

Review Publishing and Print- 
ing Co., Philadelphia. 

American Field Publishing- 
Company, New York. 

American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 

Macmillan Co., New York. 

William Wood & Co., 

New York. 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



American Machinist. July 15, 1897 



American Medico-Surgical Bulletin. July 10, 189' 
American Stock-Keeper. July 10 and 17, 1897... ., 



Architecture and Building. July 10, 1897., 
Army and Navy Weekly. July 17, 1897... 



Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 37, No. 10 

Ave Maria. July 17, 1897 

Baby Pathfinder Railway Guide. July 15, 1897. 



Bankers' Magazine. July, 1897. 
Baptist Union. July 17, 1897.... 



Bearings. July 3, 1897 

Biblical World. July, 1897. 



Boston Sunday Globe. July 11, 1897. 
Botanical Gazette. June, 1897 



Bradstreet's. July 10, 1897. .. 
Brooklyn Life. July 17, 1897. 



Business. July, 1897 

Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review. July 15, 1897.. 
Catholic News. July 11 and 14, 1897 



Central Law Journal. July 9, 1897. 



Christian Herald. July 14, 1897.. 

Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. July 9, 1897. 



Collier's Weekly. July 15, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. July 10, 1897 

Connecticut Quarterly. July, August, September, 1897., 

Cordage Trade Journal. July 15, 1897 

Cosmopolitan Magazine. August. 1897 



Coupon Manual. July 1, 1897... 
Cycling Gazette. July 15, 1897 , 



Proprietors. 



Daily Racing Form. July 10-15, 1897. 
Daily Trade Bulletin. July 10, 1897.... 



Decade and Calendar Leaflets. August, 1897 



Dry Goods Economist. July 10, 1897.. 
Eastern State Journal. July 10, 1897. 



Education Extension. May, 1897. . 
Electrical Engineer. July 15, 1897. 



American Machinist P u K- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Bulletin Pub. Co., New York. 
American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
Howard, Ainslee & Co., 

New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
Bradford Rhodes, New York. 
Baptist Young People's 
Union, Chicago. 

Bearings Pub. Co., Chicago. 
University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 
Globe Pub. Co., Boston. 

University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 
Bradstreet Co., New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Business Pub. Co., New York. 
Review Pub. Co., New York. 
Catholic News Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
William B. Dana Company, 

New York. 
Geo. C. Atwell, 

Hartford, Conn. 
Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 
John Brisben Walker, 

New York. 
Chas. J. Stromberg, Chicago. 
Emil Grossman & Bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Frank H. Brunell, Chicago. 
Howard, Bartels & Co , 

Chicago. 
Apostleship of Prayer, 

New York. 
Textile Pub. Co., New York. 
Charles D. Horton, 

White Plains, N. Y. 
Cleary Publishing Company, 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 
Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Electrical World. July 10, 1897 

Engineering Record. July 10, 1897 

European Architecture. July, 1897 

Farm Implement News. July 15, 1897 

Farm Machinery. July 6 and 13, 1897 

Farmer. July 17, 1897 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 80, No. 5 

Forest and Stream. July 17, 1897 

Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. August, 1897 

French Dressmaker. August, 1897 

Furniture Trade Review. July 10, 1897 

Garden and Forest. July 14, 1897 

Golden Days. July 24 and 31, 1897 

Golden Moments. July, 1897 

Golden Rule. July 15, 1897 

Golfing. July 10,1897 

Good Literature. July, 1897 

Gray Goose. July, 1897 

Great Round World. July 15, 1897 

Grocers' Regulator. July 8, 1897 

Happy Days. July 31, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. July 17, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. July 13, 1897 

Harper's Weekly. July 17, 1897 

Horseman. July 13, 1897 

Hub. July, 1897 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. July 11, 1897 

Illustrated Electrical Review. July 14, 1897 

Illustrated Family Herald. July, 1897 

Illustrated Police News. July 17, 1897 

Insurance Critic. July, 1897 

Interstate Commerce Report. July 8, 1897 

Jewelers' Circular. July 7 and 14, 1897 

Jewelers' Weekly. July 14, 1897... 

Jewish Comment. July 16, 1897 - 

Journal of American Folk-Lore. April- July, 1897 

Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary Ar 
chives. July, 1897. 



Proprietors. 



W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 
Engineering Record, 

New York. 
Smith & Packard, Chicago. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Midland Pub. Co. , St. Louis. 
Orange Judd Co., Chicago. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Frederic L. Colver, 

New York. 
A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
Review Pub. Co. , New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
S. W. Lane & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
Golden Rule Co., Boston, 
Golfing Co., New York. 

F. M. Lupton, New York. 
American Home Magazine 
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

William Beverley Harison, 

New York. 
Reid, Murdoch & Co.. 

Chicago. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros. , New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Chicago Horseman News- 
paper Company, Chicago. 
Trade News Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Electrical Review Publishing 
Company, New York. 

S.W. Lane & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

George W. Corliss, New York. 
Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
"The Publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 
American Folk-Lore Society, 
Boston. 
W. Horace Hoskins, 

Philadelphia. 



12 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. July, 1897.... 
Jourual of Practical Medicine. July, 1897 

Journal of the American Medical Association. July 10, 

1897. 
Journal of the United States Artillery. May-June, 

1897. 

Judge. July 17, 1897 

Judge Quarterly. July, 1897 - 

Land of Sunshine. July, 1897 

Legal Intelligencer. July 16, 1897 

Leslie's Weekly. July 15, 1897 

Life. July 15, 1897 

Mackey ABC Guide. July 17, 1897 

Mail and Express. July 10, 1897 

Massachusetts Reports. Vol. 167, Part 4 

Medical News. July 10, 1897 

Medical Record. July 10, 1S97 

Men and Matters. April, 1897 

Merck's Report. July 15, 1897 

Messenger of the Sacred Heart. August, 1897 

Messenger of the Sacred Heart. Supplement. August, 
1897. 

Military Gazette. July 3 and 10,1 897 

Mode de Paris. August, 1897 

Money. July, 1897 

Month. July, 1897 

Monthly Quotation Record. June, 1897 

Municipal Record and Advertiser. July 10, 1897 

Musical Age. July 15, 1897 

Musician. July, 1897 

National Farmer. July, 1897 

National Police Gazette. July 17 and 24, 1897 

New England Homestead. July 10 and 17, 1897 

New England Master-Builder. July 10, 1 897 

New York Clipper. July 17, 1897 

New York Herald. July 10-16, 1897 

New York Journal. July 10-16, 1897 

New York Ledger. July 17, 1897 

New York Lumber Trade Journal. July 15, 1897 

New York Medical Journal. July 10, 1S97 



Proprietors. 



Charles Henry Brown, 

New York. 
Medicine Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
American Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Journal of the U. S. Artillery, 
Fort Monroe, Va. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 
Land of Sunshine Publishing 
Co., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 
Arkell Weekly, New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 
ABC Guide Co., New York. 
Mail and Express Company, 
New York. 
Little, Brown & Co., Boston. 
Lea Bros. & Co. , New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Men and Matters, 

New Orleans. 
Merck & Co., New York. 
Apostleship of Prayer, 

New York. 
Do. 

Military Pub. Co., Chicago. 
A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
Money Pub. Co. , New York. 
Critic Company, New Y T ork. 
Quotation Record Company, 

New York. 
Columbia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Harry Edward Freund. 

New Y/ork. 
Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 
S. W. Lane & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
Police News Co., New York. 
Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 

H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

Frank Queen Publishing 

Company, New Y 7 ork. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New Y T ork. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
New York Lumber Trade 
Journal, New York. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New Y T ork. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



New York News-Letter. July-August, 1897 

New York State Reports and Session Laws. July 3, 

1897. 
New York Supplement. July 8, 1897 

New York Times. July 10-16, 1897 

New York Times Weekly. July 17, 1897 

New York Tribune. July 11, 1897 

New-Yorker Abendblatt. July 10, 12-16, 1897 

New-Yorker Sonutagsblatt. July 11, 1897 

New-Yorker Staats Zeitung. July 10-16, 1897 

New-Yorker Wocbenblatt. July 10, 1897 

Nickell Magazine. August, 1897 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 5 

Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 71, No. 6 , 

Our Productions. July 10, 1897 

Outlook. July 17, 1897 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 2 

Pennsylvania County Court Reports. July 10, 1897 

People's Literary Companion. July, 1897 

Peterson Magazine. July. 1897 

Philadelphia Inquirer. July II, 1897 

Philosopher. July, 1896 

Pittsburg Daily News. July 10-16, 1897 

Pittsburg Times. July 10-16, 1897 

Pocket Magazine. August, 1897 , 

Puck. July 21, 1897 

Quiver. Au gust, 1 897 

Quotations at the New York Stock Exchange. July 10, 

1897. 
Reports of Cases in Circuit Court of Ohio. July 12, 1897. 

Rider and Driver. July 17, 1897 

Rough Notes. July 8 and 15, 1897 

Royal Arcanum Messenger. July, 1897 

Russell's Convention Dates. July 10, 1897 , 

Sartorial Art Journal. July, 1897 

Saturday Night. July 31 and August 7, 1897 

School Journal. July 10, 1897 

Scientific American. July 17, 1897 



Proprietors. 



New York Life Insurance 

Company, New York. 

Banks & Bros., and James B. 

Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

New York Times Company, 

New York. 

Do. 

Tribune Association, 

New York. 
New-Yorker Staats Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Nickell Company, Boston. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
American Publishing and 
Engraving Co., New York. 
Outlook Co., New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
T. & J. VV. Johnson & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
S. W. Lane & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
Peterson Co., New York. 

Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Way & Williams, Chicago. 
Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Cassell Pub. Co., New York. 
Exchange Printing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Rider and Driver Publishing- 
Company, New York. 
Rough NotesPublishing Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. 
J. H. Bosworth, 

Wilkesbarre. Pa. 
Hamlin Russell, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Jno. J. Mitchell Company, 

New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Munn & Co., New York. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Shipping and Commercial List. July 10, 189' 

Short Stories. August, 1897 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 11 



Peopkietoes. 



Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 5 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 41, Nos. 1 and 2.. 

Standard. July 17 and 24, 1897 

Summer Resorts. July 4, 1897. 



Sun. July 10-16, 1897 

Sunday School Times. July 17, 1897. 
Sunshine. July, 1897 



Superintendent and Foreman. July 13, 1897. 
Tohacco. July 9, 1897 



Town Talk. July 10 and 17, 1897 

Town Topics. July 15, 1897 

Travelers' Official Railway Guide. July, 1897... 
Travelers' Ready-Reference Guide. July, 1897. 



Truth. July 17, 1897 

United States Investor. July 10, 1897... 
United States Reports. Vol. 167, part 4. 
Up-To-Date. July 17,1897 



Vogue. July 15, 1897 

Voice of Masonry. July, 1897 

Western Electrician. July 10, 1897. 
Wheelwoman. July, 1897 



White Rahbit. July, 1897 

Woman's Review. July, 1897 

Wool Record. July 13, 1897 

Yellow Kid. July 17, 1 897 

Young Folks' World. June, 1897. 
Youth's Companion. July 15, 1897.. 



Shipping and Commercial 
List Company, New York. 
Current Literature Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Standard Press, New York. 
Frank G. Barry & Co., 

New York. 
Sun Printing and Publishing 
Association, New York. 
John D. Wattles & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
S. W. Lane & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 

Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 

T. H. Delano Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 
Town Topics Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
National Railway Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Knickerbocker Guide Com- 
pany, New York. 
Truth Company, New Yoik. 
Investor Pub. Co., Boston. 
Banks & Bros., New York. 
Up-To-Date Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Fashion Company, New York. 
John W. Brown, Chicago. 
Electrician Pub. Co., Chicago. 
Mary Sargent Hopkins, 

Boston. 

White Rabbit Publishing 

Company, Norwalk, Ohio. 

Woman's Review Company, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Wool Record Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Howard, Ainslee & Co., 

New York. 

Chapin Publishing Company, 

Denver, Colo. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



Washburn Two-step. Jefferson ' iEolian Company, New York. 

Eine Faust Overture. Wagner Do. 

Stars and Stripes Forever. Sousa Do. 

In Gay Bohemia. Meahl Do. 

Renec Waltzes. Wm. Furst Do. 

Rubber Neck March. Brooks Do. 



15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Song. For All Eternity. Maschroni.. 

In Dreamland-Beverie. Verner 

Siegfried. Wagner 

Mi Teresita Valse. Teresa Carreno — 

Scherzo. By Max Eisenberg 

Alpen-Zauber. By Lndwig Andr6 

Ave Maria. By V. V. Hausmann 

Wiegenlied. By Hans Schmidt 

Der Lanzknecht. By August Gliick 

In der Fremde. By August Gliick 

Gesellschafts-Serenade. Fiir 4 Violinen 

Jesus Went Before. By Win. M. Bell 

Eose Bud Waltz. By C. D. Blake 

Daisies March. By C. D. Blake 

Oh ! Whisper Thy Thoughts to Me. By Chas. D Blake. 
Don't You Love Me, Mamma Dear? By E. Louise Sid- 

dall. 

Beech wood Two-step. By C. H. Pendleton 

Antiphons to the Blessed Virgin Mary. By Eugene 

Bonn. 
Who Carries the Gun? By Alicia Adelaide Needham. .. 

Heart of My Heart. By C. H. H. Booth 

As Pants the Wearied Hart. By C. H. H. Booth 

Up in McFadden's Flats. By Thos. M. Bowers 

Bowlers' Choice March. By John C. Weber. For band. 
''The Duke of York's Favorite" March. Bearbeitet 

von Th. Kewitsch. 

Sheela. By E. A. Brennan 

Kentucky Smiles. By H. 0. Wheeler 

Merry American March. By H. O. Wheeler 

Ninth Ward Galop. By Sanford G. Cable 

Cling to Those Who Cling to You. By E. N. Catlin 

Come In. By Ellaline Terriss 

Poet's Dream. By James W. Cheney 

Serenade. By Stella M. Cheney 

The Great Captain March. By Will H. Scouton. For 
band. 

Fairy Dress Waltzes. By E. Andauer. For band 

Ideal Overture. By G. F. Daniels. For band 

Song Adieu. By F. Schubert. Band 

From Boston to Washington March. By C. P. Burton.. 

Canton Warren March. By O. E. Farrar 

Brisk Galop. By D. L. Godfrey. Orchestra 

Gismonda. By F. H. Losey. Band 

Evening Breezes. By Henry Bollman. Band 

Down in Georgia. By D. S. Godfrey. Band 

Pro Patria March By J. W. Wheeler 

The Flag of Old England. By W. Carden Cousens 

The Headlight Down the Track 

Wisdom's Way. By E. G. Cox 

Ma Susie Anna. By J. Dewey 

Summer Night's Dream Overture. By F. von Suppe. 

For military band. 
My Old Kentucky Home. By C. A. Fisher. For band. 

Walzer aus Lobetauz. By Ludwig Thuille 

Festmarsch aus Lobetauz. By Lugwig Thuille 



iEolian Company, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Johann Andre, 

Offenbach on the Main. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Wm. M. Bell. 
C. D. Blake. 

Do. 

Do. 
Wm. H. Boner & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 
E. Bonn, Eochester, N. Y. 

Boosey & Co., London. 

C. H.'H. Booth. 

Do. 
Thos. M. Bowers. 
Brand Pub. Co., Cincinnati. 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

E. A. Brennan. 
C. O. Brokaw, 

St. Joseph, Mo. 

Do. 
Sanford G. Cable. 
K. N. Catlin. 

Chappeil & Co., London. 
J. W. Cheney. 
Stella M. Cheney. 
John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 
Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Coupon Music Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

W. Garden Cousens. 
Mrs. Ella Town Cowley, 

Washington, Pa. 
E. G. Cox. 

Cruger Bros., New York. 
Cundy Music Company, 

Boston. 

Do. 
A. Deneke, Berlin. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Festuiarsch aus Lobetanz. By Ludwig Thuille. Secondo. 

My Little Treasure. By Lon Dinsmore 

A Twilight Lullaby e. By C. Mawson-Marks 

We Are Foresters Free and Bold. By E. Keyloff 

Beam from Yonder Star. By Fred. Foild Bullard 

Tantum Ergo. Solie and Qaartett 

Sound Forth Again the Nation's Voice. By C. Crozat 

Converse. 

Songs of Praise the Angels Sang. By E. S. Hosmer 

As Christ Upon the Cross. By Fred. Field Bullard 

"When the Mourner, Weeping. By Leo. E. Lewis 

When for Me the Silent Oar. By Leo. R. Lewis 

Jubilate Deo. By E. K. Quayle 

Because of You. By Wm. E. Spence 

My Little Sweetheart. By Wm. E. Spence 

Moto Perpetuo. By Alessandro Eomili 

Indian Cradle Song. By Robert Tempest 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in B fiat. By William 

Eeed. 

AVhen Love Is Done. By Willis Howard Ailing 

Dreaming Waltz. By I. H. K. D 

The Flower of Marblehead. Bv M. S. Downs 

C. E. Welcome Song. By J. W. Dutton 

And Though I Could Speak. By Julian O. Schultz 



Proprietors. 



By Carl Kiefert. For orchestra.. 
Etiiden in der 6 und 7. By 



Come, Sweet Morning. 
Op. 32. Heft IV. 20. 

Hans Sitt. 

Triiumerei. By Felix Lohr . For zither 

In's Herz geschlossen. By Felix Lohr. Zither. 

Ein Marchen. By Felix Lohr. Zither 

Friihlings-Ahnung. By Felix Lohr. Zither 

Bei guter Laune. By Felix Lohr. Zither 

Alpengliihn. By Felix Lohr. Zither 

Grand Offertories for the Pipe Organ. By E. Batiste. 

Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Noel Languedogien. By Alex. Guilmant. Organ 

Two-part Song Without Words. By J. Baptiste Calkin. 

For organ. 

Ecce Sacerdos. By L. Bonvin. For 1 or 2 voices 

Ecce Sacerdos. By John Wiegand. For soprano, alto, 

tenor, and bass. 

O Jesus, Thou Art Standing. By John Wiegand 

Salve Eegina. For male voices. By Michael Haydn... 

Gone in Her Early Beauty. By C. O. Fosgate 

Why Did the Little Fly Fly? 



A. Deneke, Berlin. 

Lon Dinsmore. 

Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

I. H. K. Downs. 

M. S. Downs. 

J. W. Dutton, Oakland, Cal. 

John F. Ellis & Co., 

Washington City. 
Enoch & Sons, London. 

Ernst Eulenburg, Leipzig. 



New York. 



An Extra Little Bit Thrown In. By Sidney Jones 

It's Painfully True. By William P. Closs 

The Goblin and the Fly. By Leslie Stuart 

Blow'd if Father Ain't Commenced to Work. By Her- 
bert Darnley. 

Summer- Tide. By A. E. Godfrey 

She Just Walks On. By Bennett Scott 

Olga Waltzes. By Frank Banta 

Kokosing Two-step. By Nellie High and E. N. Guckert. 
Golden Waltz. Guitar. By Nellie High and E. N. Guckert. 
Eosey Steel. By Eoy L. Burtch 



The Fairest Among the Fair Thou Art. 
Burtch. 



By Eoy L. 



Carl Fischer, 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. Fischer & Bro., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. O. Fosgate. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

W. B. Gray, New York. 

E. B. Guild, Topeka, Kans. 

Do. 
A. W. Hall Music and Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Let Love Be By. By L. E. Hamberlin. 



Deuxierae Mazurka. By Benjamin Godard. 
Militia March. By Claude E. Harris 



National Graded Course for the Pianoforte. Grade 6. 



O ! Once I Had a Happy Home. By W. F. Heath 

'Twas May When We Parted, Benoui. By W. F. Heath. 

Caprice Meaancolique. By Reynaldo Hahn 

Bouffees Printanieres. By Emile Waldteufel 

Deux Petites. By Theodore Dubois 

Reve Divin. By Emile Waldteufel 

Princesse D' Auberge. By Jan Bloekx 

It's Coming Off To-Day. By Sidney Jones 

Sunny Days. By T. H. Howe 

Dancing Wavelets. By T. H. Howe 

Come to Me Early. By T. H. Howe 

A La Charme. By C. A. Ingraham 

Ete A Mer. By C. A. Ingraham 

The Petroleum March. By Fred. C. Ingraham 



En courant. By Vincenzo Ferroni. 



Abide with Me. By Jno. S. Holmes. 



Cricket on the Hearth. By M. Keller 

Melody. By Geo. W. Asling 

On this Day of Sacred Rest. By Lee Alnutt 



Now I'm Ready to Yield. By Rev. David McAUeu ..... 

Erotik. By Hugo Reinhold 

Papa's Love. By Rocco Laraja 

The Favorite Two-step. By Carl Latenser 

I Won't Ask You to My Party. By Alfred Lee 

U. S. March. By Charles Lee. Arranged for band by 

H. Koch. 

Josephina Gay. By Harry Macarthy 

I Saw a Vision in the Night. By Ida Young Bennett.... 

Silver 

Austin 

Holden 

Whittaker 

Finette. By Waldemar Malmene 

Hoo-Hoo March. By Frances Meredith 

The Psychological System of Voice Culture. By Arnold 

W. Meyer-Teeg. 

On the Chattahoochee. By J. Rosamond Johnson 

Sweetheart, 'Tis All for You. By A. C. Monroe 

Princeton Waltzes. By M. E. Borland 

Sweets to the Sweetest. By James R. Murray 

The Sweetness of Thy Smile. By James R. Murray 

Mother's Waiting for Her Children. By James R. Murray. 

The Bachelor Girls. By G. B. White ".. 

The Columbus Bicycle. By F. L. Neddermeyer 



Bonnie Sue. By M. F. Murphy. 



The Light Fantastic. By H. Zur Nieden. 
Mandolina. By Theo. Bouheur 

3 T E 



L. R. Hamberlin, 

Austin, Tex. 
J. Hamelle, Paris, France. 
Claude E. Harris, 

Windfall, Ind. 
Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 
W. F. Heath. 

Do. 
Heugel & Cie., Paris, France. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Hopgood & Crew, London. 
T. H. Howe. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. A. Ingraham. 

Do. 
F. C. Ingraham, 

Titusville, Pa. 
F. Janin et ses fils, 

Lyon, France. 
Geo. B. Jennings Company, 

Cincinnati. 
Heirs of M. Keller. 
C. F. Kelly, St. Louis, Mo. 
Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Fr. Kistner, Leipzig. 

Rocco Laraja. 
Carl Latenser. 
Alfred Lee. 

C. E. Luebs, Philadelphia. 

Harry Macarthy. 
Chas. W. McClure. 
Hubert P. Main. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Waldemar Malmene. 
Frances Meredith. 
A. W. Meyer-Teeg, 

Washington Cit3 r . 
F. A. Mills, New York. 

A. C. Monroe, Prescott, Ariz. 

D. M tiller, New York. 
Jas. R. Murray. 

Do. 
Do. 
Myll Brothers, New York. 
F. L. Neddermeyer, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
New England Music Com- 
pany, Boston. 
H. Zur Nieden. 
Orsborn & Co., London. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Silver Wings. By Joseph H. Adams 

Bric-A-Brac Lovers. By Henry Pontet 

Germaine. By Frank L. Moir 

For Thine Own Sake. By D'Auvergne Barnard 

Queen of Angels. By M. Piccolornini 

May Festival March. By Win. A. Griffin. Orchestra... 

De Coontown Jubilee, Cake Walk. By C. L. Partee. 

Orchestra. . 
Ma Sweetest Girl. By Andrew Mack 

Charlotte March. By M. S. Eocereto 

Am Meer. By Ad. M. Foerster 

Herbstbliitter. By Ad. M. Foerster 

Wildroslein. By Ad. M. Foerster 

Hark ! The Herald Angels Sing. By Geo. H. Ryder.... 

I Love Thee, I Adore Thee. By Victor Herbert. Ar- 
ranged for mandolin and guitar by Enrico Gargiulo. 

The Princess of Love. By Herbert T. Schultze. For 
two mandolins and guitar. 

Surely the Men Are to Blame. By Ralph Scott. 

New Amsterdam March. By D. Emerson 

He Whistled Like a King. By Harry S. Miller 

Let Her Come Home Agaiu. By Harry S. Miller 

Spanish Bolero. By A. Shaeffer 

Anuie Laurie. By A. Shaeffer 

Auld Lang Syne. By A. Shaeffer 

Why So Pretty. By A. Shaeffer 

Evangeline. Guitar. By A. Shaeffer 

Thoughts of Thee. By A. Shaeffer! 

Youth and Beauty. By A. Shaeffer 

Rosa Belle. Guitar. By A. Shaeffer 

Dear Old Schottische. By A. Shaeffer .'. 

Suwanee River. Variations. Guitar. By A. Shaeffer... 

A Wild Flower Dream. By A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

The Parting Kiss. Mazurka. Guitar. By A. Shaeffer.. 

Autumn Leaves Gavotte. Guitar. By A. Shaeffer 

My Old Kentucky Home, Good-night. By A. Shaeffer... 
Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground. Guitar. By A. 
Shaeffer. 

Now or Never Schottische. By A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

First Parting March. By A. Shaeffer. Guitar duet 

La Paloma. By A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

I'm Dreaming To-night. By A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

Joyful Tidings. By A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

Alpine March. By A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

Ah ! Why Should I Sigh? By A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

Evening Bell Polka. By A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

Forgiveness. By A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

Pleasure Quickstep. By A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

Rose Bud Gavotte. By A. Shaeffer 

Joys of Love Schottische. By A. Shaeffer 

Beauty Queen Waltz. Guitar. By A. Shaeffer 

Ever of Thee Mazurka. Bv A. Shaeffer. Guitar 

Sweet Forget Me Not Waltz. By A. Shaeffer 

Juanita. By A. Shaeffer 

The Old Log Hut. By A. Shaeffer ' 



Proprietors. 



Orsborn & Co.. London. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. L. Partee Music Company, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Do. 

Leander Richardson and An- 
drew Mack. 
M. S. Rocereto, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Rohlfing Sons Music Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Do. 

Do. 
Geo. H. Ryder. 
Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 
Herbert T. Schultze, 

Wayne Junction, Phila. 
Ralph Scott. 
A. Scull & Co., 

Bridgeton, N. J. 

Do. 

Do. 
A. Shaeffer. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



19 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Belle of Minneapolis March. By Edwin H. Shaffer. 
Dance of the Hogan's Alley Kid. By F. C. Shardlow .. 
The Pawtucket Times March. By Joseph Sharpies, Jr.. 

The Belle of the Hotel Two-step. By Jos. Sharpies, Jr. 

Band. 
Oh, Sir! You'll Have to Marry Me Now. By Charles 

Brighton. 
Private Smith of the Volunteers. By M. Piccolo m ini. .., 
Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot. By Felix McGlen- 

non. 
Wenig begehr'ich im Leben. By Th. Podhertsky 



Die deutschen Trompeten. By Th. Podbertsky . . 

Gesellen-Wanderlied. By Wilhelm Sturm 

Die Studenten. By Wilhelm Sturm 

Zwei Auglein. By Wilhelm Sturm 

Alia Turka. By Carl Bohm 

Gavotte. By Carl Bohm.. 

Zigeunerstandchen. By Carl Bohm 

Alia Menuetto. By Carl Bohm 

Staccato-Etude. By Carl Bohm , 

Eomanze. By Carl Bohm 

Twilight. By Albertiue Crandall 

Why Sad, Irene. By Albanus Soderlund 

Be True to the Girl You Love. By A. Soderlund. 
Genteel Intoxication. By Ludwig Englander 



When My Lize Eolls the White of Her Eyes. By Geo. 

M. Cohan. 
Jasper Johnston's Rag Time Band. By Lew Benjamin.. 



Popular Pebbles. By E. Boettger . 
Chrysalis. By Otto Pfefferkorn 



Crystal Spring W T altz. By Clara Bardill Surfiuh 

Rays of Sunlight. By Clara Bardill Surfiuh 

McKinlev's Administration March. By Clara Bardill 

Surfluh. 
In the Forest. By A. Landrin 



The Flatterer. By C. Chaminade. 



Would You Tell Me, Yes? By Dora Bam Warden 

Love's Speech. ByE. L. Newman 

God in Mercy Hear Our Prayer. By C. A. White 

Bal Masque. By C. A. White 

Shew Fly Galop. By George Thorne 

Shew Fly Quadrille. By C. A. White 

Hub Polka, By Carl Eiche 

Whispering of Home. By Carl Riche 

There's No One Like the Old Folks After All. By W. 

T. Williams. 
Love Thoughts. By Nora Gene Fort 



Gay Antoinette. By Louis Weslyn Jones. 
Darktown Parade. By J. Henri Fischer... 



Proprietors. 



Edwin H. Shaffer, 

Burlington, Vt. 
Fred. C. Shardlow, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Joseph Sharpies, Jr., 

Pawtucket, R. I. 
Do. 

Chas. Sheard & Co., London. 

Do. 
Do. 

C. F. W. Siegel's Musikalien- 
handlung, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
N. Simrock, Berlin. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Win. Adriau Smith. 
A. Soderlund. 

Do. 
George L. Spaulding, 

New York. 

Do. 

Star Music Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Jos. W. Stern & Co., 

New York. 
Clayton F. Sum my Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Clara '.Bardill Surfiuh. 
Do. 
Do. 

Jerome Thibouville-Lamy & 
Company, New York. 

Thiebes-Stierlin Music Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Dora Bain Warden, Cairo, 111. 
Weekes & Co., London. 
D. L. White. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
W. T. Williams, Lynn, Mass. 

Geo. Willig&Co., 

Baltimore, Md. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 



20 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


That Yaller Gal of Miue. By Hill and Perrin 


M. Witmark & Sons. 


Willie Off the Yacht. By John L. Golden 

That Black Man from Troy. By John T. Kelly 


New York. 
Do. 
Do 


U. T. D. March. By F. M. Woessner 

Dashine; Spray. By A. P. Wyman 


F. M. Woessner. 
Heirs of A. P. Wyman. 
Do. 


Golden Chain March. By A. P. Wyman 


Golden Chain Galop. By A. P. Wyman 


Do. 
Do 


Golden Chain Schottische. By A. P. Wyman 


Do. 


Golden Chain Mazurka. By A. P. Wyman 


Do. 


Golden Chain Waltz. By A. P. Wyman.., 


Do. 







DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



Sie Spart Von M. Kan inski- Weiss 


Eduard Bloch, Berlin. 


Damou and Pythias. By J. Southcote Mansergh 


De Soto Lodge, No. 21 ot 


Hal Lyons. By Burton L. Hall 


Boston. 
Burton Luther Hall, 


Buddha. Bj r Sadakichi Hartmann 


Los Angeles, Cal. 
Sadakichi Hartmann, 


The Prince and the Lily. By Carina Jordan 


New York. 
Carina Jordan. 


A Tipperary Christening By Joseph P. Ramsdell 


Joseph P. Kamsdell. 
Edwin Shideler, 


The Idealist. By Edwin Shideler 


Nervous Prostration. By Frederick B. Stanford 


Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Frederick B. Stanford, 




New York. 



MAPS. 



New Map of the City of New York. 1897 | E. C. Bridgeman, New York 

Lumberman's Map of Northern Maine. 1897., i Harry A. Frink. 

Wyoming, Pa, June, 1897 Sanborn-Perris Map Com 

pauy, New York 

Apalachicola, Fla. June, 1897... Do, 

Map of Andover, Mass. 1897 



Map of the Town of Montclair. 1897 



A. B. Sparrow & Co., 

Shirley, Mass. 
A. J. Wright, 

Montclair, N. J, 



ENGRAVING. 



Declaration de Guerre Entre Le Roi de France et L'Em- j Francois Lafon. 
pereur D'Autriche, en 1792. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Papa's Coming Anne, 

Asleep at Last Do. 

Interested : Do. 



Portland, Ohio. 



21 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



821. 
824. 
829. 
831. 
836. 
839. 
841. 



813. Narwhale 

820. Momo 

Sakana 

Montauk 

Colonia, Emerald, and Amorita . 

Al Anka and Shark 

Tide 

Al Anka 

Dorothy and Kit 

In Old Virginia. No. 2 

The Harvest Moon 

To Bambur y Cross 

Bench and Bar, Toledo, Ohio. 1897.. 

Apollo Belvedere 

The Lion Gate of Mycenae 

May me Realty. Nos. 1 and 2 

Booth-Tucker Group 

Rowdy 

Patching His ' ' Outer-Casing " 

Jealousy 

Gimm 



MacCarthy 

Waage 

DeCardy 

Chang Wang and Kim Poon. 

Kim Poon 

Catskill Mountain House 



Nos. 1 and 2. 



View from Bears' Den Ledge- 
Kittens and Curls 



J. C. Blair of Huntington, Pa 



Tomb of Washington. 14 by 17. 
Hon. William Claflin. Nos. 2-6. 

Envy and Contentment 

Lillian Russell. Nos. 61 70 

1's A Little Alabama Coon 



The Child Samuel. 



A Portrait 

Tableau of New York City Physicians 

No. 639. Fort Wingate, N. Mex 

Police Department, City of Providence, R. I. 



C. E. Bolles, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
De Ribas, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
H. R. Earle, New York, 

A. W. Elson & Co., Boston, 

Do. 

B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 

F. T. Harmon, Chicago. 

Do. 

C. J. Horner, Boston. 
X. 0. Howe, Chicago. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Jones & Lotz. San Francisco. 

Do. 
A Loeffler, 

Tompkinsville, N. Y. 
Do. 
T. R. Mulligan, 

Seattle, Wash. 
Geo. Prince, 

Washington City. 
Do. 
J. E. Purely & Co., Boston. 
Wm. L. Roth, Philadelphia. 
J. Schloss, New York. 

L. F. Swarthout, 

Ludington, Mich. 

G. H. Van Norman's Studio, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Do. 
R. Wilhelm, New York. 

Ben Wittick. 
Ye Rose Studio, 

Providence, R. I. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Lucky Catch 

Pride of the Water 

Marine View. Nos. 1 and 2 

A Yard of Cupids 

The Lone Hand 

Sleighing 

Skating 

The Dancing Girls 



American Litho. Co., 

New York. 

Do. 
J. Hoover & Son, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



22 



LITHOGBAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Propeietoes. 



American Beauty Poses J. Hoover & Son, 

Philadelphia. 

White and Purple Lilacs > Do. 

Little Fish are Sweet Lee Brothers. 



Path Across the Common 

Gathering Blackberries 

Springtime 

Held hy the Enemy 

Feeding the Swans 

8-sheet. 'Cab." N. Y. No. 



7632. 



28-sheet. ''Lettering." N. Y. No. 7665. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Strobridge Litho. Co., 
Cincinnati. 
Do. 



Ohio. 



PRINTS. 



City of New York. 



Judge's Picture Puzzles. "Persons' 
Some of the Pebbles on the Beach.... 

Eegretful Retaliation , 

The Silver Snake is Dead 

Judge's Picture Puzzles. "Color" . 

Down in the Infernal Eegions 

Midsummer Medley 

The Boss of the Situation 

Hogan's Alley Boot' Garden 



Nobody Loves Me 

We Are Warm Babies 

Playing to My Clar-inet ; . . . 

The Burglar Increases the Mystery. 

Tom Nawn in Shanty Town 

Burke Bros 

American Fashions. July, 1897 



Don't Turn Back On Him 

Shooting the Chutes 

When the Jap Attempts to Take Hawaiians He'll Find 

the Figure There. 
Bath Room Interior 



G. W. & C. B. Colton & Co., 

New York. 

Judge Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
H. C. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Jno. J. Mitchell Company, 

New York. 
Scripps-McRae League, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 

Standard Manufacturing 
Company, Pittsburg, Pa. 





DESIGN. 




Memorial Card 


F. L. Walsh, 




Washington City. 




CHARTS. 





Neck Table A. M.Claassen, Newark, N.J. 

U. S. and Canada Bankers' Reference Chart Charles W. Eeihl, 

Philadelphia. 



23 

CHARTS— Continued . 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Bankers' and Merchants' Informer 


Charles W. Reihl 


New Era Table of Rates for Each $1,000 


Philadelphia. 
C. D. Shai*row and A. M 




Webster, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



FITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



AND 



OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS AT WASH- 
INGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT LAW, FROM JULY 19 
TO JULY 24, 1897, INCLUSIVE, WHEREIN THE COPY- 
RIGHT HAS BEEN COMPLETED BY THE DEPOSIT 
OF TWO COPIES IN THE OFFICE. 



ISTo. 316. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 
1897. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery , Printing, and Blanks 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



A Manual of the Grace Street Baptist Church of Bich- 
mond, Ya. May, 1897. 

Two-and-Three. By Mavor Allan 

Mulvaney Stories. By Eudyard Kipling 

Ten Nights in a Bar Eoom. By T. S. Arthur 

New System of Freehand Writing. No. 2 

The Innocents Abroad. By Mark Twain. New Edition, 

Atkinson's Vertical Writing System , 

Miss Charity's Stage Horses. By Wolcott LeClear Beard. 

Through the Blizzard. By Edward S. Ellis 

Jep Jones and Others. By Chas. B. Lewis 

Eule of Three. By W. W. Jacobs 

Oddest Bock in America. By C. A. Marshall 

Uncle Sam's School Afloat. By J. L. Heaton 

Geographies Are Cheap 

Boys in Camp. By C. K. Gaines 

To Make a Dove Cote. By J. Harry Adams 

Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By Ellen Osborn 

Piano Thieves and Piano Trackers. By Curtiss Brown.. 
Piracy Not Extinct on Mediterranean. By J. L. Heaton. 
Biggest Risks Do Not Command the Highest Prices. By 

Curtiss Brown. 

"Indian Twins" Are United. By H. D. Jones 

Mt. Washington in Danger. By J. L. Heaton 

Spend Nearly §100,000,000. By Curtiss Brown 

Evolution of the Summer Eesort. By I. D. Marshall... 

Woman of Fashion. By Annie Laurie Woods 

Washington Memorial for Fran ce. By Miss De Wolfe.... 

Has Her Own Roof Garden. By Curtiss Brown 

Hawaii As a Summer Eesort. By Curtiss Brown 

Leaves from the Note-Book of a Hypnotist. Eugene F. 

Baldwin and Maurice Eisenberg, Collaborators. 

Bladys, a Woman of Courage. By S. Baring-Gould. 

Chaps. 6, 7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, and 14. 
Price List of Files and Easps 

Thoughts on the Moneyweight System. By A. K. Beal. 
List of Subscribers. July, 1897 

Decedents' Estates in Pennsylvania. By Wm. Hard- 
castle Browne. 2 vols. 

The Boatswain's Burglar. By P. T Black 

Accidents and Emergencies. By Charles W. Dulles. 
Fifth Edition. 

Hand Book to the U. S. Local Marine Board Examina- 
tion for Masters and Mates of Ocean-Going Steam- 
ships. By Captain Howard Patterson. 

(3) 



Proprietors. 



S. B. Adkins&Co., 

Richmond, Va. 
Mavor Allan. 
Henry Altemus, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 
American Publishing Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. 
Geo. F. Atkinson, 

Wallingford, Conn. 
Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Eugene F. Baldwin, Maurice 
Eisenberg, and Herbert L. 
Flint, Chicago. 

S. Baring-Gould. 

G. & H. Barnett Company, 
Philadelphia. 

A. R. Beal, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Bell Telephone Company, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

George T. Bisel, 

Philadelphia. 

P. T. Black. 

P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

John Bliss & Co., New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Boyd's Directory of Shamokin. 1897-99. 



Boyd's Directory of Cumberland and Cape May Conn- 
ties, N. J. 1897-98. 

Branson's North Carolina Business Directory. 1896. 
Vol. 8. 

Maryland Reports. Vol. 84 



The Awakening of Cupid. By Gerald Brenan . 

Cinch, Double Pedro, or High Five. By R. F. Foster.. 

When Your Note Is Due 

History of Mary Ian d 



Business Directory of Arizona and New Mexico. For 

1897. 
The Lakeside Annual Directory of the City of Chicago. 

1897. 

15 Storms. By William J. Hopkins 

C. M. Chown's Retail Reports of Kalamazoo County, 

Mich. 
Diseases of the Human Foot. By Prof. Alexander Clark. 

C. & C. Cotton Calculator 

Encyclopa?dia of Forms. Vol. 2 

A Damsel Errant. By Amelie Rives 



Arithmetic. Part 1. Instruction Paper. Fourth Edi- 
tion. 
Arithmetic. Parti. Question Paper. Fourth Edition.. 
Arithmetic. Part 2. Question Paper. Fourth Edition- 
Arithmetic. Part 2. Instruction Paper. Fourth Edi- 
tion. 
Mechanical Drawing. Instruction Paper. Second Edi- 
tion. 
Stenography. Lesson 5. Question Paper. First Edi- 
tion. 
Flanagan and His Short Filibustering Adventure. By 

Stephen Crane. 
The Negotiable Instruments Law. By John J. Crawford.. 
The Christian's Aspirations. By Rev. G. H. C. Macgregor., 



Rollo at Work. By Jacob Abbott 

Rollo at Play. By Jacob Abbott 

A Master of Indirection. By T. Austin Dailey. Chaps. 

16-17. 
Compendium of Business Penmanship 



Davison's Hosiery and Knit Goods Trade. Seventh 
Edition. 1897-98. 

The "Red Book" Textile Supply Directory. Thirteenth 
Edition. 

Office Edition of "The Blue Book" Textile Directory. 
Tenth Edition. 1897-98. 

The Voyage of the Pulo Way. Chaps. 1-7 

Prehistoric Moundbuilders on the Missouri River. By 
Louis De Lestry. 

Mine. Deveaux's Ledger and Handy Book for Dressmak- 
ers. By C. A. Deveaux. 



Guy Mortimer Boyd, 

Reading, Pa. 
Sibbald Fred Boyd, 

Philadelphia. 
Levi Branson, Raleigh, N. C. 

William T. Brantly, 

Frederick, Md. 
Gerald Brenan. 
Brentano's, New York. 

Louis K. Brown, Boston. 

E. H.Butler & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
J. A. Carruth, 

Las Vegas, N. Mex. 
Chicago Directory Company, 
Chicago. 
Chicago Record, Chicago. 
Chown Commercial Com- 
pany, Lima, Ohio. 
Alexander Clark, 

Philadelphia. 
Clarke & Courts, 

Galveston, Tex. 
James Cockcroft, Northport, 
Long Island, N. Y. 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Stephen Crane. 

John J. Crawford, New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
T. Austin Dailey. 

F. B. Davenport, 

New Orleans, La. 
Davison Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Carlton Dawe. 
Louis De Lestry. 

C. A. Deveaux, 

Memphis, Tenn. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Graduate Courses. 1S97-9S 



Proprietors. 



Cousin Morris 

Select Revival Songs. Compiled by Rev. E. B. Farrar ... 
Instructions for the Trumpet and Drum. By F. H. 
Greissinger. 

Clippings. Compiled by Charles A. Gareis 

Roentgen Ray Apparatus 



Friendship. Reform, and Improvement. 

Graham. 
Michigan Masonic Ceremonies. 1897... 



By Rev. D. R. 



Rules for Playing Game of "98". 
Quincy Directory. 1897 



Shorthand in Twenty Lessons. Lesson Xo. 17 
Griffith's Paterson Directory. 1897-98 



Historical Souvenir of Delhi, N. Y 
Jesting with Jehonadab 



An Untold Tale. By Will Phillip Hooper. An Awk- 
ward Meeting, Etc. Told by Col. R. H. Savage. 
A Business Calculator. Bv James A. Hallev, Jr 



Hardie's Historical Guide. 



Rome's Responsibility for the Assassination of Abraham 

Lincoln. By Thomas M. Harris. 
Art in Dress. Fall and Winter, 1897-98 



Stage Scenes and Suggestions for "The Merry Cyclers". 

Simon Dale. By Anthony Hope. Chap. 4 

German Orthography and Phonology. By George 

Hempl. 
Architects of Chicago and State of Illinois. 1897 . .. 

Dietetics. By Mrs. Louise E. Hogan 

Elizabeth City Directory. 1897 



School Supplies. Catalogue No. 35, 189" 



Holden's New Book on Birds. By George H. Holden....) 

A Living Telegraph Line. By C. F. Holder 

Assessment No. 268 



Funfzelm auserlesene lieder 

Ohio Circuit Court Reports. Vol. 13, 1897. 



The Johnstons of Salisbury. Compiled by Wm. Pres- 
ton Johnston. 

A Collection of Verses. By Mary Farquhar 

Stirpiculture. By Professor Krebs 



The Making of a School-Girl. By Evelyn Sharp 

Hudson City, Etc., Directory for 1897 

Beside Old Hearth-Stones. By Abram English Brown . . . 

Modes of Motion. By A. E. Dolbear 

You Need More Light 



C. A. Duniway, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Quis Es, Chicago. 

E. B. Farrar. 
C. Fischer, New York. 

Charles A. Gareis. 
General Electric Company, 

Harrison, N. J. 
Dock R. Graham. 

Grand Lodge, F. & A. M., 

Michigan. 
J. M. Grantham, 

Marseilles, 111. 
W. A. Greenough & Co., 

Boston. 
Henry J. Greer, Boston. 

Joshua Griffith, 

Paterson, N. J. 
"Grip," Albany, N. Y. 

Grit Publishing Company, 

Wilhamsport, Pa. 
A. C. Gunter, New York. 

James A. Halley, Jr., 

'Dallas, Tex. 
Hardie Brothers, 

Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 
Thomas M. Harris. 

Hart, Schaffner & Marx, 

New York. 
Palmer Hartsough, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A. H. Hawkins, London. 
George Hempl, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Paul Heyse & Co., Chicago. 
Louise E. Hogan. 
Holbrook Newark Directory 
Company, Newark, N. J. 
J. R. Holcomb & Co. , 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
G. H. Holden, New York. 
C. F. Holder. 
M. E. Howard, 

Westboro, Mass. 
Herm. Ilse, Collin wood, Ohio. 
Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Wm. Preston Johnston. 

M. F. King, Providence, R. I. 
H. Krebs & Co., 

San Francisco. 
John Lane, New York. 

J. H. Lant, Hudson, N. Y. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 

Do. 
J. G. Leonard, Chicago. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Two Daughters oi' One Eace. By Edgar Fawcett 

A History of The United States of America. By 

Charles Morris. 
Night and Morning. By Edward Bulwer-Lytton. 2 

vols. 

Massachusetts Eeports. Vol. 167. 1896-97 

The Vege-Men's Eevenge. By Bertha Upton 

Once Upon a Time. By Mary E. Wilkius 

Story Laud 

Eompiug Days 

Our Pets 

Philip Jacob Spener and His Work. By Marie E. 

Eichard. 
Augustus Hermann Francke and His Work. By Marie 

E. Eichard. 

The Country^ Charge. By Marie E. Eichard 

Biochemistry. By J. B. Chapman 

The Biochemic Guide to Health 

Plans by Which a Brass Band Can Eaise Funds 

Insurance Directory and Business Chart of Baltimore 
City and Washington, D. C. 

St. Ives. Chaps. 28 30. By Eobert Louis Stevenson 

A Hand-To-Hand Conflict. By Cy. Warman 

The Capture at Eamapo Pass. By Everett T. Tomlinson. 

Illustrated Catalogue of Batteries and Electro-Thera- 
peutical Appliances. Eighteenth Edition. 

Magnenat's Method French Practical Course. By Jules 
Magnenat. 

Analytic Geometry. By P. A. Lambert 

Neither Widow nor Wife. By M. E. O. Malen. Chaps. 
14-16. 

Schlitz Milwaukee Dictionary 

Lawrence Ciavering. By A. E. W. Mason 

Keene System for Individual Accounts. By Wallace L. 
Mason. 

Eome under Valerian. By Anthony Matre 

Merrill's Speller 

An Ideal World. By Will N. Harben. Chap. 17 

The Michigan Engineers' Annual. 1897 

Japan. Section 3 

A Book of Opportunity 

God is Love. By William H. Muller 

Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 711 

The Assured Home 

Circular 

Bond Eeceipt 

Application 

Agreement for Purchase 

Mortgage 

Application for Membership in 

Application. Advisory Board .. 



Peopeietoes. 



J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Little, Brown & Co., Boston. 

Do. 
Longmans, Green & Co. , 

New York. 
Lothrop Pub. Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Lutheran PublishingSociety, 
Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 
F. August Luyties, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Luyties Pharmacy Company, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

Jas. H. McClellan, 

Baltimore, Md. 
S. S. McClure Co., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Mcintosh Battery and Optical 
Company, Chicago. 

Macmillan Company, 

New York. 
Do. 
M. E. O. Malen. 

Marvis Pub. Co., Chicago. 
A. E. W. Mason. 
W. L. Mason & Co., 

Keene, N. H. 
Anthony Matre, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Maynard, Merrill & Co., 

New York. 
Merriam Co., New York. 
Michigan Engineering So- 
ciety, Lansing, Mich. 
J. B. Millet Co., Boston. 
A. H. Monroe, Chicago. 
William H. Muller. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
National Assured Home Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Work and Words of the National Congress of 

Mothers. 
Glimpses of God. By B. Gwernydd Newton 

Das Bild im Wasser. By Wilhelra Zenfen. Part 5 

Department Stores and Monopolies. By Ezra Norris 

The Almond-Rose Cream 

Paddack's Interest Tahles 

A Great Emergency. By Juliana Horatia Ewing 

Cave of Loltun, Yucatan. By Edward H. Thompson 



Library of the World'sBest Literature. Vol. 14. Charles 

Dudley Warner, Editor. 
Argentine Republic Collection of Views. Part 1. Pic 

torial Buenos Aires. 
Eeminiscences of Society in New York. 18 Ancient 

Country Seats and Modern Citizens. 
Photoscopic Educator. Program Nos. 101, 102, 103, 104, 

105, 106. 
St. Paul City Directory. 1897 

The Prang Course in Drawing for Ungraded Schools 

England Must Explain 

Kaiser Has a Bad Eye 

Heir to Lord Craven 

John Bull and His Uncle 

Ten Eyck Wins Diamond Sculls 

Whitelaw Reid Denies , 

Predict Our Downfall 

Burke-Roche in Court 

Ducey Among Strikers 

Reid's Dinner to Wales 

Delna Not Engaged by Grau 

Americans at Bath 

Langtry's Latest Admirer 

Croker Coming in October 

News from Andree is Due 

Meridian Directory. 1897 

Lesson 3 — In Course for Engineers 

Lesson 3 — In Course for Firemen 

Upright Rapid Writing. No. 2 

Indiana Reports. Vol. 145 

The Robinson Telegraphic Cipher. Revised Edition 

Wilkes-Barre City Directory. 1897 

An Adirondack Romance. By Caroline Washburn 
Rockwood. 

Twenty-five Poems and Songs on the Queen and Eng- 
land. By Alfred Henry Rowntree. 

The Newport Directory. 1897 



Proprietors. 



National Congress of Moth- 
ers, New York. 
B. Gwernydd Newton, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
New-Yorker Staats Zeituug, 
New York. 
Ezra Norris. 

Mrs. I. M. O'Farrell-Burke, 
Washington City. 
H. L. Paddack, 

Duluth, Minn. 
L. C. Page & Co., Boston. 
Peabody Museum of Ameri- 
can Archeology and Eth- 
nology, Cambridge, Mass. 
R. S. Peale and J. A. Hill, 

New York. 
Jacobo Peuser, Buenos Aires. 

Morris Phillips & Co., 

New York. 
Photoscopic Educator Corn- 
pan v. 
R. L. Polk & Co., 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Prang Educational Company, 
Boston. 
Press Pub. Co., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Price & Lee Company, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Railway Correspondence 
School, New York. 

Do. 
Rand, McNally &Co., 

Chicago. 
Charles F. Remy, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
S.L.Robinson, Chicago. 

T. P. Robinson, 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Caroline Washburn Rock- 
wood. 
Alfred Henry Rowntree, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Sampson, Murdock & Co., 

Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pbopkietors. 



Insurance Maps of the City of New York. 

1897. 
The Mineral Industry. 1896. Vol.5 



Vol. B. 



Civil Government of Iowa. By N. Bosenberger. 
The Gospel Banner. By S. L. Howard 



Bevival Choir, No. 2 

The Singer's Choice 

Reading Courses in American Literature. By Fred 

Lewis Pattee. 
Polyhymnia. Compiled and arranged by John W. Tufts- 
Webster's First Bunker Hill Oration. Edited by Alex- 
ander S. Twombly. 
Coleridge's Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Edited by 

Alexander S. Twombly. 
Smith's Practice Book. No. 4 



Trading Stamp Book. 



The Tragedy of the Negro iu America. By Rev. P. 

Thos. Stanford. 
Wolfville. B\ Alfred Henry Lewis 



Emergency Roll 

In Forbidden Nepaul. By W. Murray Gray don. No. 14.. 
First Year Auricular Language Lessons. By O. T. Taylor.. 
Practical Education. By William E. Taylor 



Taylor's Souvenir of the Capitol. 1897-98 

American and English Encyclopaedia of Law Vol. 4. 



A Digest of Railway Decisions. Vol. 7. 
Directory of Portland, Me. 1897 



Paule. By Catherine A. Tierney. 



Tin Plate Boxes 

An Index Digest to Cases in North and South Dakota. 

By H. G. Tilton. 
A City and Business Directory of Portland, Ind. 1897.. 

R. L. Polk & Co's Toledo City Directory. 1897 



Frank Reade Library. No. 164 

The Guldensuppe Mystery. By Charles Edwards , 



Utica City Directory. 1897 



A Book of Vance's Premium Tallies. 
La Grecque 



Outlines and Exercises in English Grammar. By Nellie 

B. Wallbank. 
Geschichte der Evangel-Luth. Synode von Iowa. Von 

Pastor Johannes Deindorfer. 

Recipes for Bread, Rolls, Pies, and Cakes 

Christian Telepathy. By Rev. John Watson 



Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Scientific Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Scott, Foresman & Co., 

Chicago. 
A. J. Showalter Company, 
Dalton, Ga. 
Do. 
Do. 
Silver, Burdett & Co.. 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

H. P.Smith Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Sperry & Hutchinson, 

New York. 
P. Thos. Stanford, 

Haverhill, Mass. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
O. T. Taylor. 
William E. Taylor, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
William Harrison Taylor, 

Putnam, Conn. 

Edward Thompson Company, 

Northport, Long Island, 

New York. 

Do. 

Thurston Print, 

Portland, Me. 
C. A. Tierney, 

Westfield, Mass. 
Tifft Brothers, New York. 
H. G. Tilton, 

Vermillion, S. Dak. 
Tiinmonds & Saunders, 

Portland, Ind. 
Toledo Directory Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
True Story Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Utica Directory Publishing 
Company, Utica, N. Y. 
S. J. Vance, Carthage, Mo. 
Van Orden Corset Company, 
Newark, N. J. 
Nellie B. Wallbank. 

Wartburg Publishing House, 

Chicago. 

Washburn Crosby Company. 

John Watson, London, 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pollard's Synthetic Method of Reading and Spelling. 

By Rebecca S. Pollard. 
Landwirtschaftliche Beilage. Jahrgang 40. No. 29 



Shrewsbury. By Stanley J. Weyman. Chaps. 12-14, 25. 

Bishop Cobbs and His Contemporaries. By Rev. 
Greenough White. 

Success. By Orison Swett Harden . . 

Fire Reinsurance Form No. 1 — Reinsurance Agreement. 

New Worlds to Conquer. By James W. Wilsey 

Picture Projection as a Means of Illustration in the Com- 
mon Schools. By Frank T. Wilson. 

Exercises. Nos 1 and 2 

Driven to Sin. By Edna Wiufield. Chaps. 23-25 

The People's Standard History of the United States. 
Parts 23 and 24. 

Hints on Entertaining 



Proprietors. 



Western Publishing House, 
Chicago. 
Westliche Post Association, 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Stanley J. Weyman, London. 
Greenough White. 

W. A. Wilde & Co.. Boston. 
Albert Willcox & Co. 
James W. Wilsey, New York. 
Frank T. Wilson, New York. 



Do. 
Edna Winfield. 
Woolfall Co., 



New York. 



Young Women's Christian 
Association, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



PERIODICALS. 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. July 19-25, 1897.. 

Advance Argus. July 22, 1897 

Albany Law Journal. July 17, 1897 , 

Amateur Athlete. July 22, 1897 



American Agriculturist. July 24, 1897 

American Album of Fur Novelties. August, 1897. 



American and Foreign Patent Review. July, 1897., 
American Architect. July 17, 1897 



American Choir. July 22, 1897 

American Field. July 24, 1897 

American Florist. July 17, 1897 

American Home Journal. July, 1897.... 

American Machinist. July 22, 1897 

American Stock-Keeper. July 24, 1897. 



New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
Advance Argus Company, 

Greenville, Pa. 
Albany Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 
Amateur Athlete News Com- 
pany, New York. 
Orange Judd Co., New York. 
American Fashion Company, 
New York. 
John F. Kerr, Paterson, N. J. 
American Architect and 
Building News Co., Boston. 
Charles S. Elliott & Co., 

New York. 
American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 

American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
American Musical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
American Machinist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
Architectural Record. September 30, 18!)7 .• I Architectural Record Com- 
pany, New York. 

Architecture and Building. July 17, 1897 \V. T. Comstock, New York. 

Argosy. August, 1897 Frank A. Munsey, New York. 

Army and Navy Weekly. July 24, 1897 Howard, Aiuslee&Go., 

New York. 

Arthur's Home Magazine. July, 1897 ! Thos. Jay Gleason, 

New York, 

2 T E 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Art Interchange. August, 1897 

Atlantic Monthly. August, 1897.... 
Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 37, No. 11. 

Ave Maria. July 24, 1897 

Banner of Gold. July 10, 1897 

Baptist Union. July 24, 1897 



Pbopbietoes. 



Bearings. July 15, 1897 

Biles' Whiskey Price List. July 15, 189: 

Bookman. August, 1897 



Boston Sunday Glohe. July 18, 1897. 

Bradstreet's. July 17, 1897... . 

Brooklyn Life. July 24, 1897 



Calendar of Monthly Intentions. August, 1897. 

Cassell's Family Magazine. August, 1897 

Catholic News. July 18 and 21, 1897 

Central Law Journal. July 16, 1897 

Chap-Book. July 15, 1897 



Child Garden. July, 1897 

Christian Financier. June, 1897. 



Christian Herald. July 21,1897 

Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. July 16, 1897. 



Collier's Weekly. July 22, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. July 17, 1897. 

Concert-Goev. July 1, 1897 

Costume Royal. September, 1897 



Cut Gems. July, 1897 

Cycle Patents Monthly. June, 1897. 

Cycling Gazette. July 22, 1897 



Daily Racing Form. July 16-23, 1897 

Demorest's Family Magazine. August, 1897. 

Digest of Physical Tests. July, 1897 



Dry Goods Economist. July 17, 1897., 
Eastern State Journal. July 17, 1897.. 



Echo. July-August, 1897. 



Art Interchange Company, 

New York. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Banner of Gold Publishing 
Company, Chicago. 

Baptist Young People's 
Union, Chicago. 

Bearings Pub. Co., Chicago. 
J. W. Biles Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Globe Pub. Co., Boston. 

Bradstreet Co., New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Apostleship of Prayer, 

New York. 
Cassell Publishing Company, 
New York. 
Catholic News Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Herbert S. Stone & Co., 

Chicago. 
Child Garden, Chicago. 

A. A. Kidder, 

New London, Conn. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Peter Feuelon Collier, 

New York. 

William B. Dana Company, 

New York. 

Wilcox, Haigh & Ellery Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Royal Pattern Company, 

New York. 
George W. Plack, Troy, N. Y. 
James T. Allen, 

Washington City. 
Einil Grossman & Bio., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
F. H. Brunell, Chicago. 

Oemorest Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Frederick A. Riehle, 

Philadelphia. 
Textile Pub. Co., New York. 
Charles D. Horton, 

White Plains, N. Y. 

Echo Publishing Company, 

Lafayette, Ind. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Electrical Engineer. July 22, 1897.. 

Electrical World. July 17, 1897 . 

Engineering Record. July 17, 1897. 
Family Story Paper. July 31, 1897. 



Farmer. July 24. 1897 

Farm Implement News. July 22, 1897. 



Farm Machinery. July 20, 1897.... 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 80, No. 6 . . 

Forest and Stream. July 24, 1897. 

Garden and Forest. July 21, 1897. 

Gardening. July 15, 1897 

Godey's Magazine. August, 1897.. 
Golden Hours. Julv 24, 1897 



Golden Rule. July 22, 1897 

Golfing. July 17, 1897 

Gourick's Washington Digest. May-June, 1897. 



Great Round World. July 22, 1897. 
Grocers' Regulator. July 15, 1897... 



Happ3 f Days. August 7, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. July 24, 1897 

Harper's Magazine. August, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. July 20, 1897.... 

Harper's Weekly. July 24, 1897 

Heating and Ventilation. July 15, 1897 
Home Art, July, 1897 



Home Study for the Building Trades. July, 1897. 



Home Sunshine. August, 1897. 
Horseman. July 20, 1897 



Illustrated American. July 24, 1897 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. July 18, 1897. 



Illustrated Electrical Review. July 21, 1897. 



Illustrated Police News. July 24, 1897. 
Jewelers' Circular. July 21, 1897 



Jewelers' Weekly. July 21, 1897. 
Jewish Comment. July 23, 1897.. 



Proprietors. 



Journal of the American Medical Association. July 
17, 1897. 

Judge. July 24, 1897 

Judge's Library. "Breakers." August, 1897 

Junior Golden Rule. August, 1897 



Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 
Engineering Record, 

New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Orange Judd Co., Chicago. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Midland Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Forest and Stream Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Garden and Forest Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Gardening Co., Chicago. 
Godey Company, New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Golden Rule Co. , Boston. 
Golfing Co., New York. 

David A. Gourick, 

Washington City. 
William Beverley Harison. 

New York. 
Reid, Murdoch & Co., 

Chicago. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros. , New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
H. & V. Pub. Co., New York. 
Home Art Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa, 
S. A. Hudson, New York. 
Chicago Horseman News- 
paper Company, Chicago. 
Lorillard Spencer, New York. 
Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
"The Publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 
American Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 
Golden Rule Co., Boston. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Ladies' Home Journal. August, 1^97 

Ladies' World. August, 1897 

Lawyers Reports Annotated. May 15, 1897 

Legal Intelligencer. July 23, 1897 

Leslie's Weekly. July 22, 1897 

Life. July 22, 1897 

Lippincott's Magazine. August, 1897 

Mack ey A B C Guide. July 24, 1897 

Magazine of Art. August, 1897 

Mail and Express. July 17, 1897 ... 

Medical Examiner. July, 1897 

Medical News. July 17,1897 

Medical Record. July 17 and 24, 1897 : 

National Police Gazette. July 31, 1897 

New England Homestead. July 24, 1897 

New England Master-Builder. July 17, 1897 

New York Clipper. July 24, 1897 

New York Herald. July 17-23, 1897 

New York Journal. July 17-23, 1897 

New York Ledger. July 24, 1897 

New York Medical Journal. July 17, 1897 

New York State Reports and Session Laws. July 10 

and 17, 1897. 
New York Supplement and State Reporter. July 15, 

1897. 
New York Times. July 17-23, 1897 

New York Times Weekly. July 24, 1897 

New York Tribune. July 18, 1897 

New York Weekly. August 7, 1897.... 

New-Yorker Abendblatt. July 17, 19-23, 1897 

New-Yorker Sonntagsblatt. July 18, 1897 

New-Yorker Staats-Zeitung. July 17-23, 1897 

New-Yorker Wochenblatt. July 17, 1897 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 6 

Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 71, No. 7 

Northwest Magazine. July, 1897 

Osprey. May and June. 1897 

Our Productions. July 17, 1897 

Our Young People. July 10, 1897 

Outlook. July 24, 1897 , 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 3 



Proprietors. 



Curtis Publishing Company, 
Philadelphia. 
S. H. Moore & Co., 

New York. 
Lawyers Co-operative Pub. 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 
Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 
ABC Guide Co., New York. 
Cassell Pub. Co., New York. 
Mail and Express Company, 

New York. 
Medical Examiner, 

New York. 
Lea Bros. & Co. , New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

Frank Queen Publishing 
Company, New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Banks & Bros, and James B. 
Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
New York Times Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Tribune Ass'n, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
New-Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 

E. V. Smalley, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Osprey Co., Galesburg, 111. 

American Publishing and 

Engraving Co. , New York. 

Young People Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Outlook Co., New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



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PEK10DICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pennsylvania County Court Eeports. July 17, 1897 

People's Railway Guide. July 15, 1897 

Period. July, 1897 

Philadelphia Inquirer. July 18, 1897 

Pittsburg Daily News. July 17-23, 1 897 

Pittsburg Times. July 17-23, 1897 

Popular Science. August, 1897 

Progress. June, 1897 

Puck. July 28, 1897 

Reports of Cases in Circuit Court of Ohio. Julv 19, 

1897. 
Rider and Driver. July 24, 1897 

Rough Notes. July 22, 1897 

Russell's Convention Dates. July 17, 1897 

St. Louis Paint, Oil, and Varnish Market Reports. Julv 

15, 1897. 
School and Home. July 20, 1897 

School Journal. July 17, 1897 

Scientific American. July 24, 1897 

Scribner's Magazine. August, 1897 

Shipping and Commercial List. July 17, 1897 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 12... . 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 6 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 41, No. 3 

Standard. July 31, 1897 

Stenographer. August, 1897 

Sun. July 17-23, 1897 

Sunday School Times. July 24, 1897 

Sunday School World. August, 1897 

Superintendent and Foreman. July 20, 1897 

Textile Colorist. July, 1897 

Textile World. July, 1897 

Tobacco. July 16, 1897 

Town Topics. July 22, 1897 

Truth. July 24, 1897 

United States Courts of Appeals Reports. July 15, 1897.. 

United States Investor. July 17, i 897 

U. S. Navy and Marine Corps Directory. July, 1897 

Viavi Cause. July 17, 1897, 

Vogue. July 22, 1897 



Proprietors. 



T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
Olive B. Lee, Dallas, Tex. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Lillard & Co., New York. 
University Association. 

Chicago. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Rider and Driver Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Rough Notes Publishing Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Hamlin Russell, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Mound City Paint and Color 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
Win. L. Thomas, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Munn & Co., New York. 

Chas. Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Shipping aud Commercial 
List Company, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Standard Press, New York. 
Stenographer Printing and 
Pub. Co., Philadelphia. 
Sun Printing aud Publishing 
Association, New York. 
John D. Wattles & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
American S. S. Union, 

Philadelphia. 
Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 
M. M. Frank, Philadelphia. 
Guild & Lord, Boston. 

T. H. Delano Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Town Topics Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Truth Company, New York. 
Banks & Bros., New York. 
Investor Pub. Co., Boston. 
L. L. Thompson, 

Washington City. 
H. and H. E. Law, 

San Francisco. 
Fashion Co., New York. 



14 



PEEIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Western Brewer. July, 1897 H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 

Western Electrician. July 17, 1897 Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Western Painter. July, 1897 j Charles H. Webb, Chicago. 

What to Eat. August Pierce & Pierce, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Wool Record. July 20, 1897 Wool Record Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Young People's Weekly. July 25 and August 1, 18v7...\ David C. Cook Publishing 

Company, Elgin, 111. 

Youth's Companion. July 22, 1897 Perry Mason & Co. , Boston. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



The Message of the Flowers. By Ella M. Beals. 



When She Meets Me at the Door. By Keller Brothers.. 
The Woman That Lives in the Moon. By Jessie M. 

Johnson. 

Better Far Than Gold. By A. C. Woodyat 

Shower of Diamonds. By Marie Minturn 

Evening Fairy Schottische Militaire. By Gottlieb J. 

Stark. 

Ta-Ta, She Said at Parting. By N. P. Andersen 

The Old Kirk Yard. By J. Lewis Browne 

Mother's Lullaby. By A. M. Baker 

Buy Me a Little Brother, Papa. By C. W. Doty 

The Old Brass Knocker on the Door. ByO'Halloran 

and Mackenzie. 
Dem Colored Ladies. By Blanch-ford and Fagan. For 

orchestra. 
Keep a Inchin' and a Inchin' Along. Orchestra. By De 

Vere and Gottschalk. 

The Soubrette Two-step Song. By Hemrich Bauer 

Come Back, Ma Sweet. By George Cooper 

Just Think What Might Have Been. By Harry Von 

Tilzer. 

The Little Chicken Thief. By Tilzer and Fields 

My Gal's a Red-Head Coon By Tilzer and Fields 

We Never Had a Better Time at Grady's. By Harry S. 

Miller. 

Vesper Hymn. By F. Lincoln Bax 

Ragged Rascallions March. By J. H. Bell 

Mazurka. By Joseph Schultz 

The "Real Thing." By Robert H. Bowers 

Bowlers Choice March. For orchestra. By John C. 

Weber. 

Sweet Little Kate McCoy. By Ernest Hogan 

Come Back and I'll Be Good. By Ernest Hogan 

A Very Pretty Little Maiden. By Charles L. Willis 

The Children on the Street. By Charles L. Willis 

Eclipse March Song. By Charles A. Prince 

Let's Play Hide and Seek. By Will M. S. Brown 



Wiley B. 


Allen, 






Portland 


Oregon 


Do. 






American 


Musical 


Associa- 


tion, 




Chicago 


Do. 






Do. 






Do. 







Valse — Impromptu. By Conrad Ansorge 

Toko Yomo Waltzes. By Cyrus Stanley Chapin 

Awake. By H. G. Pelissier. No. 1 in E flat, No 2 in 
F, No. 3 in G. 



N. P. Andersen. 
Percy Ashdown, New York. 
A. M. Baker. 

Bates & Bendix, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Hemrich Bauer. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

F. Lincoln Bax. 
Olin Bell, Lawrence, Kans. 
Ed. Bote& G. Bock, Berlin. 
R. H. Bowers, Philadelphia. 
Brand Publishing Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Broder & Schlam, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
James Brown & Co., 

Wilmington, Del. 
C. A. Challier & Co., Berlin. 
C. S. Chapin, Denver, Colo. 
Robert Cocks & Co. , London. 



15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



W. M. B. March. By R. B. Hall. Arranged by Win. 

Stobbe for mandolin and guitar. 
Fort Popham March. By E. B. Hall. Arranged by 

Win. Stobbe for mandolin and guitar. 
Colonel Fitch March. By R. B. Hall. Arranged by 

Wm. Stobbe for mandolin and guitar. 

Heart to Heart Serenade. By W. S. Ripley. Band 

Jennings' Sixth Regiment Band. By Powell G. Fithian. 

Arranged for band by W. Lewis. 
Dolly's Mamma. By L. P. Laurendeau For orchestra. 
Move up, Johnson. By L. P. Laurendeau. Orchestra.. 
We Won't Go Home 'Till Morning. By Dalbey. For 

band. 
I'm from Paree Gay. By Jos. J. Daynes 

Wheelman's Parade. By Theo. J. Tinnette 

Jack and Nellie. By Mrs. E. L. Ashford 

My Little Lass. By Gerald Lane. No. 1 in C, No. 2 
inD. 

Byegone Days. By Milton Wellings. No. 1 in F, No. 
2inG. 

Shadows. By Paul Rodney. No. 1 in B flat, No. 2 
in D. 

" Lohengrin " Introduction. By Richard Wagner. Ar- 
ranged by Freidrich Hermann. For violin and piano. 

Simple Aveu. By F. Thome. Arranged for cornet solo 
by Theo. M. Tobani. 

Love's Receipts. By C. M. Ziehrer 

Italian Nights. Arranged by Theo. M. Tobani 

Who'll Win de Cake To-night? By Walter Hawley. 
Arranged for band by L. O. DeWitt. 

Birds' Voices. By R. Vollstedt. For baud 

Morning Journals. By Joh. Strauss. For band 

The Civil War. By Theo. M. Tobani. For band 

Wenn du ein treues, liebes Herz. By Carl Jacob 

Vom Berg ergeht ein Rufen. By Carl Jacob 

Abendlied. By Carl Jacob 

Wandern im Fruhling. By Hugo Jiingst 

Rheinlied. By Hugo Jiingst 

In der Schenke. By Hugo Jiingst 

Sixty Years Ago, Boys. By J. M. Glover 

Oh ! Ma Tennessee. By Cordelia Todd Dedmon 



Proprietors. 



Philadelphia. 



Harry Coleman, 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

Dalbey Music Company, 

Frankfort, Ind. 
Daynes and Coalter, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Detroit Music Company, 

Detroit, Mich. 
H. M. Doak. 
Enoch & Sons, London. 

Do. 

Do. 

Carl Fischer, New York . 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Rob. Forberg, Leipzig. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 
H. A. F'rench, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Could We Only See the Future as the Past. By Wilfred Do. 

B. Taylor. 
The Wellington Grand March. By Annie Grant West... Do. 

Parthenon Grand March. By Rosa Green Do. 

Tennessee Centennial March. By W. E. Braswell Do. 

The Pride of Our Navy March. By J. L. Frank J. G. Geniser, Chicago. 

The Cycling Wedding. By Charles Gibbs Charles Gibbs, Chicago. 

At the Mercy of the Waves. By Pierre Heyendal. For Hamilton S. Gordon, 

orchestra. New York. 

Dashing Cavalry March. By Chas. J. Rockwell. For Do. 

orchestra. 
Material for the Study of the Pianoforte Pedals. By j Albino Gorno, Cincinnati. 

Albino Gorno. 
Monte Sano Two-step. By J. Hough Guest | J. Hough Guest. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Rornanze fur Violoncello oder Yioline. By Alexander 
von Fielitz — 

Ausgabe fur Violoncello mit Klavier 



Ausgabe fur Violine mit Klavier 

Woodstock Guards March. By Mrs. E. Herman. 

Dunkerque-Place. By Richard Palmer 



Proprietors. 



Her Father Wrote and Told Her Not to Come. By Wal- 
ter Bronson. 
Marry for Love, not Gold. By J. Hess Cleveland 



The Denver Waltz. By C. L. Jones 

Clover Rock Schottische. For mandolin aud guitar. 
By Joseph Keil. 

Viva La Republique. By Charles Kunkel 

Prelude No. 1. By H. Berens 

Home, Sweet Home. By Claude Melnotte 

Liebeslied. By Louis Conrath 

Arlequin. By David Popper 

Remember Me. By Carl Sfflus 

Two Voice Inventions. By John S. Bach 

Papillon. By David Popper 

Dance of the Flowers. By Jean Paul 

Dream of the Flowers. By Martinus Sieveking 

Poetical Studies. By H. Berens 

The Last Hope. By Louis Moreau Gottschalk 

Happy Voyage. By C. Czerny 

Swinging on the Apple Tree. By Alma A. Crow ley 

Eight Songs. By C. E LeMassena 

Bridla Gavotte. By L. C. Schwiud 

Marie Geistinger. Bv Herman Miihler 

Belle Isle March. By P. L. McAdow 



Pleasant Beach Two-step. 
A Parting Blessing. By I. 



By Phillip Lederman., 
N. M 



Dress Parade March By Louis D. Surette. 

Reeves March. By F. D. Hupp 

Pleasant Hours Waltz. By Josef Mueller... 



Patriotic National Silver Song. By J. W. Murphy 

I Wonder Who's My Sweetheart? Arranged by C. M. T.. 
American Banner Grand March. By Esee J. Mushrush.. 

Oh, Happy Day. Arranged by Dave Brandamour for 

2 mandolins and guitar. 
Forget Me Not. By Giese. Arranged for 2 mandolins 

aud guitar by Dave Brandamour. 
Love's Old Sweet Song. Arranged by Dave Brandamour 

for 2 maudolins and guitar. 
Listen to the Mocking Bird. Arranged by Hans. S. 

Line. 
Annie Laurie. Arranged for 2 mandolins and guitar 

by Dave Brandamour. 
The Record Breaking Grand March. By R. J. Hamil- 
ton. Two mandolins and guitar. 
Upon the Sea Waltz. Arranged by Dave Brandamour 

for 2 mandolins and guitar. 
A Red, Red Rose. By Graham P. Moore 



Heinrichshofen's Verlag, 

Magdeburg. 
Do. 
Mrs. E. Herman, 

Woodstock, 111. 
Desire Ikelmer, 

Paris, France. 
James & Dudley, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Geo. B. Jennings Company. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C. L. Jones. 
Jos. Keil, Paterson, N. J. 

Kunkel Bros., St. Louis, Mo. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. E. LeMassena. 
Theo. Lohr, New York. 

Do. 
P. L. McAdow, 

Detroit, Mich. 
M. L. Mantell,S.vracuse,N.Y. 
Dwight E. Marvin, 

Philadelphia. 
Miles & Thompson, Boston. 
Mills & Hupp, Streator, 111. 
Josef Mueller, 

Portland, Oreg. 
J. W. Murphy, San Francisco. 
P. C. Murray. 
Esee J. Mushrush, 

Conneaut Lake, Pa. 
National Music Company, 

Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

New York. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Dream of Youth. By Graham P. Moore. 



How Wond'rous Fair Thou Art. By Graham P. Moore.. 

No Answer. By Graham P. Moore 

To the Absent One. By Graham P. Moore 

Paris Exposition March. By Alvin Willis 

De Coontown Jubilee Cake Walk. By Clarence L. Par- 
tee. Two mandolins and guitar. 

Intermezzo from "Cavalleria Rusticaua." Arranged 
for guitar by P. W. Newton. 

My Old Kentucky Home. Arranged for guitar by E. 
H. Frey. 

The Forest King March. By Van L. Farrand. For 2 
mandolins, banjo, and guitar. 

Onoko March and Two-step. By D. Acker 

Narsissa. By Nelly Blythe 

The Washington Hop. By Leo Murray 

Cassandra. By Lyddon Harris 

Lucetta. By Felix Burns 

'Neath Swinging Roses. By A. W. Ketelbev. No. 2 in 
E flat. 

Vasantasena. By Johan Halvorseu. Partitur 

Characterstucke. By Christian Siuding. Heft 1, Nos. 
1-3, and heft 2, Nos. 4-6. 

Lyrische Stiicke. By Edvard Grieg. Heft 8. Nos. 1-3 
'and 4-6. 

Mazurka. By Moszko wski. Piano solo 

The Battery Girl. By H. Chitraro. Orchestra 



God Guard Victoria By Alfred H. West 

Mattinata. By F. Raolo Tosti 

La Ballade du Troubadour. By Louis H. Hillier 

Nocturne. By Wm. Schade 

Rest in Thee. By Charles P. Scott 

Thine. By Charles P. Scott. Soprano or tenor 

Thine. By Charles P. Scott. Alto and baritone 

Dear Little Baretoes. By Charles P. Scott. Low voice- 
Dear Little Baretoes. By Charles P. Scott. High voice. 

Only a Ribbon. By Charles P. Scott. Low voice 

Only a Ribbon. By Charles P. Scott. High voice 

Robin Goodfello w. By Charles P. Scott 

Florette. By Frank F. Sawyer 

Moderne Musik. Abteilung fur Klaviermusik.. 

Moderne Musik. Abteilung fiir Gesangsmusik 

The Denver Two-step. By Enrique A. Schumann 

Dandy Seventh March. By Lawrence B. O'Connor. 

Arranged for military band by Walter Goold. 
Speedway Two-step. By G. Felbel 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
C. W. Osgood, Elkhart, Ind. 
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Partee, 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 

Patey & Willis, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

C.'F. Peters. 
Do. 



Loudon. 



Leipzig 



Thrice Blessed is That Harvest Song. By Rev. T. Her- 
bert Spinney. 

O Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness. By Rev. 
T. Herbert Spinney. 

Wish Daddy Good Luck To-day. By Charles Graham.., 



Reign in My Heart. By Frederick Locke Lawrence. 

M'Aimez-Vous? By Frederick Locke Lawrence 

Had I Met Thee. Arranged by J. T. Wamelink 



Caprice ' ' Bohemia. " By F Boyd Wells. For orchestra. 
3 T E 



Do. 

Do. 
W. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Reynolds & Co., London. 
G. Ricordi & Co., London. 

Do. 
Wm. Schade, New York. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
j Fritz Schuberth, Jr., Leipzig. 

Do. 
| Enrique A. Schumann. 
G. W. Setchell, Boston. 

George L. Spanlding, 

New York. 
| T. H. Spinney. 

Do. 

Jos. W. Stern & Co., 

New York. 
Thompson & Lawrence. 

Do. 
J. T. Wamelink, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
F. Boyd Wells. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS- Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Song of the Blacksmith. By Edward H. Capp 

50 Exercises and Studies for the Clarinet. Selected and 
compiled by Paul Lange. 

Polka "Two Friends." Arranged for orchestra by E. 
C. Cary. By Lozes. 

The Two Friends Polka. By Lozes. Cornet duet. 
Arranged by E. C. Cary. 

La Czarina. By Ganne. Arranged for 2 mandolins 
and guitar by Le Barge. 

Selection from ''The Huguenots." By F. Meyerbeer. 
Arranged for violin, 'cello, and piano. 

Selection from "William Tell. " By Rossini. Arrauged 
for violin, 'cello, and piano, by Ed. Beyer. 

Serenade. By J. Pache. For first and second violins. 

Fantasia on "O Silent Night" and " O Sanctissima." 
By Franz Wohlfarth. For first and second violins. 

Selection from "The Huguenots." By F. Meyerbeer. 
Arranged by Ed Beyer for violin and viola. 

Selection from " William Tell." By Eossini. Arranged 
by Ed. Beyer for violin and viola. 

Extract from " The Huguenots." By Meyerbeer. Ar- 
ranged for guitar by C. J. Dorn. 

Airs from " Elisire D' Am ore. " By Donisetti. Ar- 
rauged by C. J. Dorn for guitar. 

Polonaise " Tancredi." By Eossini. Arranged by C. J. 
Dorn for guitar. 

Spring's Awakening. By E. Bach. For violin and 
Flute. 

Hazel. By Mrs. J. B. Brown 

A Dirty Face is No Disgrace. By Walter Dauphin 

Japanese Lantern Dance. By J. W. Bratton 

Ma Belle Creole. By W. T. Francis 

L' Voodoo. By W. T. Francis 

Melinda Jenkins Wedding Day. By Arthur Gillespie... 
We All Have Troubles of Our Own. By Loren Bragdon 
AlLaGa Zam. By Theo. A. Metz 

Friihlingsboteu fur Flote und Clavier. Von A. Terschak 

Steppeublumen fur Flote und Clavier. Von A. Terschak 
Schneeflocken fur Flote uud Clavier. Von A. Terschak 



Whaley, Royce & Co., 

Toronto, Canada. 
Jean White, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 
Geo. Willig & Co., 

Baltimore, Md. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York . 
Jul. Heinr. Zimmermaun, 

Leipzig. 
Do. 
Do. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



Die Gottin der Vernunft. By A. M. Willner und Bern- 
hard Buchbinder. 
The Minuet. By Fenelon E. and Mary Dowling Sutton.. 

The Siege of Tripoli 

The Fooled Irishman. By Nathan H. Hornstine 

Marquise Clothilde. By Henry Johustone 



Emil Berte & Co., Leipzig. 

F. E. Dowling and Mary D. 
Sutton, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Harry Kent Hamilton, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Nathan H. Hornstine, 

Philadelphia. 
Henry Johnstone, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 

Titles. Proprietors. 



Turk Meets Greek. By Francis Powers 

The Moonshiners. By J. H. Shepard 

In the Times of George the Third. By Louis Evan 

Shipman and Grant Stewart. 
Don Quixote. By George D. Sutton and Feuelon E. 

Dowling. 
A Celestial Maiden. By Charles Ulrich 



Francis Powers. 

J. H. Shepard, Albany, N. Y. 

Louis Evan Shipman and 
Grant Stewart. 

G. D. Sutton and F. E. Dow- 
ling, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Charles Ulrich, San Francisco. 



MAPS. 



Railroad and Distance Map of Pottsville, Pa. - 1897 

Highways Leading to Stations on the Portland and Kum- 
ford Falls Railway — 

Mechanic Falls, Poland, Etc 

Mechanic Falls, West Minot, Etc 

Hartford, East Sumner, Etc .. 

East Peru, Gilbertville, Etc 

Dixfield and West Peru, Etc 

Rumford Falls and West Peru, Etc 

Raugeley Lake Region 

Textile Map of the New England States 

Textile Map of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, 
Delaware, and Maryland. 

Textile Map of the Southern States 

Bicycle Road-Map — Boston, Mass., to the White Moun- 
tains, N. H. 
Road and Railroad Map of Staten Island. 1897 

The Yukon River. 1897 

Map of the City of Detroit. 1897 

Map of the Mexican National Railroad. 1 897 

Elevated Road-Map of Chicago. 1897 

North Kankima, Wash. June, 1897 

Ashland, Nehr. July, 1897 

Fairmont, Nebr. June, 1897 

Friend, Nebr. June, 1897 

Emlenton, Pa. June, 1897 , 

Geneva, Nebr. June, 1897 

Juneau, Wis. June, 1897 

Dickson City, Pa. June, 1897 

Harvard, Nebr. June, 1897 



H. W. Althouse. 



R. C. Bradford, Portland, Me. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do 

Do. 

Do. 
Davison Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 

Frauk M. Harrington, 

New York. 
Hutchings & Packard, 

Wilmington, Del. 
R. L. Polk & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
Poole Brothers, Chicago. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 



pany, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



New York. 



ENGEAVINGS. 



An Armful of Flowers 

On the Mohawk 

Adirondacks 

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep 

Guard Us Through the Hours of Day 

Sunset After Rain 

Sea Gulls Trysty Places 

The First Birthday 



Braun, Clement & Co., 

Paris, France. 
E. Post, New York.' 

Do. 
M. F. Tobin, New York. 

Do. 
Louis Wolff & Co. 

Do. 

Do. 



20 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Titles. 



Peopeietobs. 



We Will Give It Gray Litho. Co., New York. 

Golden Gate Sunset in the Yellowstone Park... j Knapp Company. New York. 

1-skeet. ' ' West Costumes, " N. Y. No. 7638 Strobridge Litho. Company, 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 
1-sheet. " Primrose Character, " N. Y. No. 7651 Do. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Confidential 

Chums : 

Retrospection 

Helping Mama 

Priscilla 

Day Dreams 

Solicitude 

Zufrieden 

Disconsolate 

J uliet 

Come, Doggy 

St. Clement's in Spring 

8:25. Sachem 

852. Start of 20 Footers 

Train No. 46, Chicago and Alton Railroad, Running 50 
Miles an Hour. 

Mabel Power. Nos. 1 and 2 

May me Kealty. No. 3 

Ida Conquest. Nos. 2 and 3 

David Warfield. Nos. 1-8 

J. E. Dodson. No. 10 

Maiden's Prayer : 

Rounding the Horn 

Babes in the Wood 

The Dizzy Whirl 

By Moonlight Alone 

Ouch, Don't 

What Care I? 

The Merry Milkmaid 

Sweet Childhood 

Floating on the Great Salt Lake 

561. Momo 

581. Keneu. Montauk , 

582. Momo -. 

Golden Way 

John Adams 

Decorative Painting 

All Coons Look Alike to Me 

A Child Can Manipulate It. Nos. 1-6 

•John R. Gentry 2.00J, Champion of the World 

Robert J. 2.01 J, Champion Gelding of the World 

Star Pointer 2.02o, Champion Race Horse of the World 

Night 

Morning 

Twilight 

Josie Sadler. No. 4 



Baker's Art Gallery, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

E. Belinfante, Philadelphia. 
C. E. Bolles, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Do. 
Wm. M. Christie, 

Lemont, 111. 
B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

F. W. Guerin, St. Louis, Mo. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Johnson Company, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
J. S. Johnston, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
L. V. Kupper, Edinboro, Pa. 
Chester A. Lawrence, 

Dorchester, Mass. 
Do. 
McCrary & Branson, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
Photo Materials Company. 
Providence Albertyle Com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 

Do. 

Do. 
LudwigSchill. Newark, N. J. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. Schloss. New York. 



21 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Conti n i; ED. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



2498. Arlington Hotel Dining Room B. L. Singley, Meadville, Pa. 

4213. Cactus Garden, San Bernardino Do. 

-1216. Grey Foxes Do. 

4220. The Nightmare Must Go Do. 

1309. Avenue of Palms, Pasadena, Cal Do. 

4320. One Hour's Catch, Santa Catalina Do. 

4321. Lucky Fishermen , Do. 

501 5. Combined Reaper and Thresher Do. 

5028. Combined Reaper and Thresher j Do. 

5031. Uncle Sam's "4th" ' Do. 

5034. Elks' Grand Parade ! Do. 

5035. Elks' Grand Parade Do. 

5036. Elks' GrandParade Do. 

5039. Elks' GrandParade Do. 

5040. Elks' Grand Parade I Do. 

Firelight W. B. Smith, Rangeley, Me. 

The Quaker Do. 

The Madonna of the Tubs ' J. H. Tarbell, Asheville, N.C. 

Six Summers Do. 

Tee Cave on Cow Mountain '■ Webster & Yelton, 

Cripple Creek, Colo. 



PRINTS. 



The Fin-back Lizard I Century Co., New York. 

Laelaps Aguilunguis Do. 

Agatb.au ruas Sphenocerus j Do. 

Elasmosaurus ' Do. 

Hadrosaurus mirabilis I Do. 

Correct Styles in Overcoats for Fall ' Fechheimer, Fishel & Co., 

New York. 

Styles for Business Wear Do. 

Formal and Full Dress Styles for Fall j Do. 

The Girl from France , j H. C. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York. 

Who is Who? I Do. 

Green Family. No. 3 j Scripps-McRae League, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Green Family. No. 4. They Take a Swim Do. 

The Meat and the Bone Do. 

Types of Leading Breeds of American Pure-Bred Fowls..! F. E. Wright. 



DKSIGrNS. 



1154. Berena Corsage 

1155. Fernhill Corsage 

1156. Natica Blouse 

1157. Romelda Blouse-Coat 

1158. Fayette Blazer 

1159. Riga Corset-Cover 

1160. Blouse Front 

1161. Kittera Overskirt 

1162. Aubrey Waist 

1 1 63. Clarice Blouse 



Demorest 
pany, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Publishing Corn- 
New York. 



22 

DESIGNS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


1164. Violetta Frock 

1165. Olive Frock 

1166. Alma Frock 

Christian Carol 


Demorest Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. M. Duttweiler, 

Cambridge City, Ind. 
Adeline Frances Fitz. 







CHARTS. 



The Birdseye View Chart J. W. Arnold, 

Eochester, N. Y. 

K. E. Emerson's New Method for the Organ E. E. Emerson, 

Pilot Oak, Ky. 

Educational Music Course. Second Chart ] Ginn & Co., Boston. 

The Natural System of Vertical Writing. Capitals D. C. Heath & Co. , Boston. 

The Natural System of Vertical Writing. Small Letters Do. 

and Figures. 

Charles N. Lemon, 

Danville, 111. 



Music Chart 

Phillips Ounce Table. Eevised 1897 



James Phillips. 



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OTHER ARTICLES. 



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INGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT LAW, FROM JULY 26 
TO JULY 31, 1897, INCLUSIVE, WHEREIN THE COPY- 
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Office of the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Btanks 



BOOKS. 



Titles. 



PkopkietoSs. 



The Citator. Michigan Edition 

The Perfection Document File 

Ballads and Other Verses. By Rudyard Kipling 

The House of the Wolf. By Stanley J. Weyrnan 

General Outline of the American Correspondence School 

Song Diagonal. By C. D. Amstutz, G. W. Fields, and 

U. S. Amstutz. 
A Colonial Free-Lance. By Chauncey C. Hotchkiss 

La Moral en Ejemplos Histroricos. Redactada por el 
Doctor Juan Gracia Puron. 

Barbara Blomberg. By George Ebers. Translated by 
Mary J. Safford. 2 vols. 

Babcock's Collection of Favorite Prescriptions and For- 
mulas. 

The Hill of Gems. By Clarence Pullen 

Milltown's Napoleon. By Edward S. Van Zile 

The Kingdom of 1 Bourgorieau. By Max Pemberton 

Third Rail Means a Revolution. By I. D. Marshall 

The Big Meet in the Quaker City. By Geo. Grantham 

Bain. 
Only Authentic Picture of Andree's Balloon Now in the 

Northern Sky. By J. L. Heaton. 
Sorting and Selling the Garbage of a Great City. By J. 

L. Heaton. 

The Long Road to the Klondike. By J. L. Heaton 

Stage Fright Their Portion. By I. D. Marshall 

The Derby of Siena that Celebrate a Great Victory. By 

J. L. Heaton. 
All About the Woman of Fashion. By Annie Laurie 

Woods. 

Sensation of London Stage. By Curtiss Brown 

Women's Names on Patent List. By I. D. Marshall 

Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By Ellen Osborn 

Water Terrors of Venezuela. By Clarence Pullen 

Shoe Blacking Box for Boys. By J. Harry Adams 

Training for the Left Hand. By H. D. Jones 

The "Extry's" Promotion. By Osborn Spencer 

M. Quad and Kemble Page. By Chas. B. Lewis 

A Manual for Boards of Health. By Lewis Balch 

The Military Code of the State of New York, and 

Articles of War. 1897. 
Statutory Revision of the Laws of New York Affecting 

Banks, Banking, and Trust Companies. Indexed. 

1897. 
Appellate Division Reports. Supreme Court. Vol. 15.. 

New York Code of Civil Procedure. 1897 

Bladys, a Woman of Courage. By S. Baring-Gould. 

Chaps. 15, 16-17, 18-19, 20-21, 22, 23. 

(3) 



Reed Adams, Lapeer, Mich. 
Albers & Casterline, 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Henry Altemus, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
American Correspond esnce 
School, Washington City. 
Amstutz Music Conipanv. 

Bluffton, Ohio. 
D. Appieton<& Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

J. H. H. Babcock, 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Banks & Bros., New York 
Do. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
S. Barina-Gould. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



An Unj ust Accusation . By Robert Barr 

Gentlemen, The King. By Bobert Barr 

Regeneration : The Gate of Heaven 

Half Dime Library. Nos. 1043, 1044 

Dime Library. Nos. 978, 979 . 

The Law of Taxable Transfers. New York State. 

Edited by H. Noyes Greene. 
The Codified Negotiable Instruments Law. New York 

State. Edited by James W. Eaton and H. Noyes 

Greene. 
Inductive Questions in United States History and Civil 

Government with Tables. By R. B. Bennett. Revised 

Edition. 
Primary Lessons and Cards. With Supplements. Vol. 7, 

Nos. 37, 41, 45. 

The Primary Teacher's Helper. Vol. 5, No. 4 

The Bible Study Manual. Vol. 5, No. 4 

Ours is the Rule of Dead Men. By J. H. Boozer 

Submarine Mines : Their Attack and Defence. By Capt. 

John Bordman, Jr. 
Boyd's Directory of Asbury Park, Ocean Grove, Etc. 

1897. 

Premium Trading Stamp Book. Second Edition 

Darthuly. By William Perry Brown 

A Famous Convent School. By Marion J. Brunowe 

Old Plymouth Days and Ways 

The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents. Edited by 
Reuben Gold Thwaites. Vol. 7 — Quebec, Hurons, 
Cape Breton. 1634-35. 

Three Wellesley Girls. By Anna May Hunt. Chaps. 
19-20. 

Useful Information. By J. F. Byrne 

Pacific Coast Dairy for 1896 

Ink Pictures and How to Make Them 

The Scholar and the State and Other Orations and Ad- 
dresses. By Henry Codman Potter. 

A Catalogue of Minerals. By Albert H. Chester 

Bicycle Excursion. By Frank Bergen Kelley 

The Records of New Amsterdam. 1853-74. Edited by 

Berthold Fernow. Vol. 2. 

Fin de Siecle Calendar. 1897-1900.... 

Smull's Legislative Hand Book and Manual of the 

State of Pennsylvania. 1897. 
Circular of Information on Plumbing, Heating, and 

Ventilation. 1897. 
No Tax on Agents. Sixth Edition 

Connorton's Cook County and State of Illinois Medical 

Directory. July, 1897. 
Clever Tales. Selected and edited by Charlotte Porter 

and Helen A. Clarke. 
Catalogue of the Southern Female College. 1897 

The Soul's Quest After God. By Lyman Abbott 

Love's Messages 

The Cicerone 



Robert Barr, London. 

Do. 
Barta Press, Boston. 

Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 
Matthew Bender, 

Albany, N. Y. 

Do. 



R. B. Bennett, 

Sunbury, Ohio. 

Bible Study Publishing Com- 
r>any, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. H. Boozer, Atlanta, Ga. 
John Bordman, Jr., Boston. 

Sibbald F. Boyd, 

Philadelphia. 
Jacob Brodie, New York. 
William Perry Brown. 
Marion J. Brunowe. 
A. S. Burbank, 

Plymouth, Mass. 
Burrows Brothers Company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

C. O. Burton. 

J. E. Byrne, Boston. 

Cambridgeport Diary Co. 
Carter's Ink Co., Boston. 
Century Co., New York. 

Albert H. Chester, 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
City History Club of New 
York, New York. 

City of New York, 

New York. 
C. K. Clark, Berkeley, Cal. 
Thos. B. Cochran, 

Lancaster, Pa. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scrauton, Pa. 
Clem. H. Cougdon, 

Philadelphia. 
John W. Connorton Publish- 
ing Company, Chicago. 
Copeland & Day, Boston. 

Charles C. Cox, 

College Park, Ga. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Daily All Press, 

Jamestown, N. Y. 



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Titles. 



The Tiniberman's Eeady Eeckoner 

Black American Joker. Edited by Henry L. Williams... 
Instruction Book for the Acme Tailoring System. By 

E. B. Devenny. 
The Missing Prince. By G. E. Farrow 

A Dog of Constantinople. By Izora C. Chandler 

Dariel. By E. D. Blackmore. Chaps. 43-46 

Gelta. By Nadage Doree 

The Will- Volition 

Bicycle Tours 

The Way to Keep Young. By Dorothy Quigley 

Some Eemarks on the Voice and Art of Singing. By A. 

D. Duvivier. 
Milwaukee and Eacine Street Eailway Directory. 1897... 

The Linotype. By Frank Evans 

London Topics. July 24, 1897 

Golden Belief. 

Board of Trade, Stock Exchange and Bankers' Directory 

of Statistics. 1897. 
Journal of the American School of Correspondence. 

Vol. 1, No. 4. 
Artificial Limbs. 1897 

Cyclopedic Eeview of Current History. Vol.5. 1895... 

Old Greenwich. By Elizabeth Bisland 

Gould's Efficient Power Pumps 

Applications of Gould's Efficient Power Pumps 

E. L. Polk Company's Grand Eapids City Directory. 

1897. 
The Two Century Calendar. 1800-2000 

Last Days of the Nineteenth Century. By Leon 
Greenbaum. ' 

Shorthand in Twenty Lessons. Lesson No. 18 

A Euu to Freetown. By George Griffith 

Dabby and His Pa 

Outlines of the History of Classical Philology. By 
Alfred Gudeman. 

Education, Chap. 10 

List of Cottage Owners and Eentals 

Corning City and Painted Post Village Directory. 1897.. 

Harper's Illustrated Features for Advertisers. No. 44... 

The New Pronouncing Game 

Two Americans. By Bret Harte 

National Graded Course. Grade 7 

Simon Dale. By Anthony Hope. Chap. 5 

Insurance Maps of Philadelphia. Vol. 5 



Proprietors. 



J. E. Defebaugh, Chicago. 
T. S. Denison, Chicago. 

E. B. Devenny, 

Baltimore, Md. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Nadage Doree. 
Eobt. W. Douthat. 
E. P. Dutton&Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
A. D. Duvivier, London. 

Evan Evans, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Frank Evans, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Evening Post Publishing 
Company, New York. 

M. M. Fenner. 

Financial Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

George L. Fowler, New York. 

George E. Fuller Company, 
Eochester, N. Y. 
Garretson, Cox & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Maud Wilder Goodwin, 

New York. 
Gould's Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Seneca Falls, N. Y. 
Do. 
Grand Eapids Directory Co., 
Grand Eapids, Mich. 
Clarence Gray, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Leon Greenbaum. 

Henry J. Greer, Boston. 

George Griffith. 

Grit Publishing Company, 

Williamsport, Pa. 
Alfred Gudeman, 

Philadelphia. 
Winchester Hall. 
C. E. Hammett, Jr., 

Newport, E. I. 
George Hanford, 

Elmira, N. Y. 
Chas. W. Harper, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
A. A. Harrison, Toledo, Iowa. 
Bret Harte, London. 

Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 
A. H. Hawkins, London. 
Ernest Hexamer & Son, 

Philadelphia. 



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Titles. 



Literary Selections for Eighth-Year Grade. Hon. David 

M. Greeting, Editor. 
History of Little Nine Partners. Vol. 1 



The Parish Choir. Nos. 834, 836, 839, 840, and 841. 
Ireland in Pictures 



Eeasons for the Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch. By 

Rev. Isaac Gibson. 
The Churn 



Fine Colors in Oil. Varnishes, and Wood Stains.. 



Twenty Songs. 
Gettysburg 



By H. Elizabeth Jones.. 



Peopeietoes. 



The Valley of the Upper Delaware 

Pharaoh and the Sergeant. By Rudyard Kipling. 



Ohio Decisions Reprint. Vols. 1 and 2 

The Peerless Docket. By William W. Lapoint. 



The American Text-Book of Operative Dentistry . Edited 
by Edward C. Kirk. 

The Campion Diamonds. By Sophie May 

Passion Past. By Madame Leighton and Daughter 



International Clinics. Vol.2. Seventh Series. 1897.... 

The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Cen- 
tury. By Francis Oarkman. 2 vols. 
Circular of Manufacturers' National Bank 



The Amulet. Part 2. Translated by Mrs. Maurice 

Perkins. 
The Infidelity of Ecclesiasticism. By Prof. W. M. 

Lockwood. 

Utah : Its Resources and Attractions. 1897 

Westward Around the World 

How to Create Opportunities. By Ernest Loomis 

The Harvest Crown. By E. S. Lorenz 

Famous Fiction. No. 20. By the World's Greatest 

Authors. 
The Standard Reference Book of the Furniture Trade. 

July, 1897. 

The Holding of the Fort. By P. Y. Black 

In the Light of His Hands. By John J. a'Becket 

An Uncle from London. By Emma A. Opper 

Supplement to the Code of Washington of 1896 



Illustrated Catalogue. July, 1897. 



Baby's AB C 

Jack and the Beanstalk 

Kriss Kringle 

Robinson Crusoe 

Apple Pie A B C 

Adventures of Tom Thumb 

The Social Teaching of Jesus. By Shailer Mathews- 



Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Isaac Huntting, 

Pine Plains, N. Y. 

C. L. Hutchins, Boston. 

International Photographic 

Publishing Co. , Chicago. 

George W. Jacobs & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
David Jennings, 

Oswego, Kans. 
H. W. Johns Manufacturing 
Company, New York. 

H. Elizabeth Jones, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 
J. Murray Jordan, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Rudyard Kipling, 

Brattleboro, Vt. 
Paning Printing Company, 

Norwalk, Ohio. 
William W. Lapoint, 

Barre, Vt. 
Lea Brothers & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 

Madame Leighton & Daugh- 
ter, Charleston, W. Va. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Little, Brown & Co., Boston. 

Livermore & Knight Com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Living Age Company, Boston. 

W. M. Lockwood, Chicago. 

E. L. Lomax^ Omaha, Nebr. 

Do. 
Ernest Loomis, Chicago. 

E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 

F. M. Lupton, New York. 

Robert P. Lyon, New York. 

S. S. McClureCo., New York. 

Do 

Do. 
E. D. McLaughlin. 

Seattle, Wash. 
McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Macmillan Co., New York. 



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Titles. 



The Merck Pharmacy 

Directory of the City of Owensboro, Ky. 1897-98 

Citations to Laws of Washington. By Henry F. 
McClure 

A Typewriter's Conquests. By A Backnumber 

Directory of the Monumental Trade. 1897 

Story of a Caterpillar. By Lucy Wilder Morris 

The Mammoth Cave of Kentucky. By Horace Carter 

Hovey and Richard Ellsworth Call. 
Chloride Accumulations 

Fighting for a Fortune. By ' ' Old Sleuth " 

Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 712 . . 

Deutsche Library. No. 258 

After the Advent. By Mrs. George C. Needham 

Nelson's Nebraska Digest, Vols. 33-50. Vol.2 

Descriptive Subscribers' Book 

Das Bild im Wasser. Von Wilhelm Zenfen. Part 6 

Furnaces 

The Bicycle Diary 

Husband and Wife. By William E. Bullock 

Illinois Eeports. Vol. 166 

Reminiscences of New York. By an Old New Yorker. 

19 — "The Seventh" — Heiresses and Weddings — The 

Manhattan Club. 
Catalogue of Pittsburg Gage and Supply Company. 

1897. 
The Royal Scroll Manual 

Teacher's Manual for the Prang Course in Drawing for 

Ungraded Schools. 
Music : Its Ideals and Methods. By W. S. B. Matthews. 

Americans' Bad Luck 

Meroade Hates Make-Up 

May Be Another Race 

Croker Goes to Carlsbad 

London Has the Gold Fever 

C. Vanderbilt Is Better 

It Is Time to Hear from Andree 

Ducey Wins Strikers 

Rarest of All Rubies 

Mr. Vanderbilt Much Better 

Their Last Week in England 

New Docks for Puerto Cabello , 

Croker Changes Plans... 

Our Horses Abroad 

Memorial Day Program. 1897 

Tab! e Showing 

Headquarters of Officials Arranged by Cities 

Associations of Railroad Officers 



Proprietors. 



Merck & Co., New York. 
Messenger Job Printing Com- 
pany, Owensboro, Ky. 
Metropolitan Printing and 
Binding Co. , Seattle, Wash. 
Emma D. Mills, New York. 
Monumental News, Chicago. 
Lucy Wilder Morris, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
John P. Morton & Co., 

Louisville, Ky. 
William A. Mosscrop, 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 
George Munro's Sons, 

New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Do. 
Geo. C. Needham, New York. 
William T. Nelson, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
New England Trading Cou- 
pon Co., Waterbury, Conn. 
New-Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Painter & Co., Reading, Pa. 
Peter Parker, Toledo, Ohio. 
Henry B. Parsons, 

Albany, N. Y. 
Isaac Newton Phillips, 

Springfield, 111. 
Morris Phillips & Co. , 

New York. 

Pittsburg Gage and Supply 
Company, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Powers, Fowler & Lewis, 

Chicago. 
Prang Educational Company, 
Boston. 
Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia, 
Press Pub. Co. , New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Pusey & Troxell, New York. 
Railway Equipment and 
Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 



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Titles. 



Church Member's Certificate 

Upright Eapid Writing. Nos. 3-6 

Catalogue No. 31. Sunshine Stoves, Ranges, Etc 

Pennsylvania Superior Court Reports. Vol. 4 

Reliable Poultry Remedies 

Poultry House and Fixtures 

Varia. By Agnes Repplier 

A Holy Life and How to Live It. By Rev. G. H. C. 

Macgregor. 
Le Sphinx Des Glaces. Par Jules Verne. Chaps. 3-5.. 
Robinsonian 5, 6, 7, and 8 per cent. Interest Book. 

By J. Watts Robinson. 

Kentucky Calendar 

Incompatibilities in Prescriptions. ByEdsel A. Ruddi- 

man. 

Evangelica. By Apollo Belvedere 

Very Smart Bathing Suits 

A Tailor's Strike 

Daughter of a County 

'Twas a " Quiet Wedding " 

Frightens Off Hailstorms 

Preached With His Fists 

Do You Dance, Girls'? 

Queen Victoria, Debtor 

Insurance Maps of Memphis, Tenn. Vol. 1 

For Her Life. By Richard Henry Savage 

Exercises in Latin Prose Composition. By Elisha Jones. 
Revised by Joseph H. Drake. 

Sectional Road-Map of the Jersey Shore, to Toms River. 
Indexed. 

Edmund Burke's Speech on Conciliation with the Colo- 
nies. Edited by Francis R. Lane. 

Our Navy Against Japan 

Smith's Practice Book. Nos. 1, 2, 3 

Christian Endeavor Topics. August 1, 1897 

Compendium of Official Life Insurance Reports 

The Insurance Year Book. 1897-98 

The Standard Insurance Directory. 1897 

The Practical Running of an Ice and Refrigerating 

Plant. By Paul C. O. Stephansky. 
Woodworkers' Tools 

Guide of Newburg, N. Y. 1897 

Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant 

Electric Consumers' Ledger. No. 1 

Cape Cod. By Charles F. Swift 

The Encyclopaedic Dictionary. Revised Edition of 

1897. 4 vols. 

Optical Instructions. By M. Thomas. 1897 

New Short Course in Drawing. Books 1-4. By Langdon 

S. Thompson. 



Proprietors. 



W. A. Randle, 

Purcell, Ind. T. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Reading Stove Works, Orr, 

Reading, Pa. 
Frank Reeder, Secretary of 
the State of Pennsylvania. 
Reliable Poultry Journal 
Pub. Co., Quincy, 111. 

Do. 
Agnes Repplier. 
Fleming H. Revell Com- 
pany, New York. 
Paul R. Reynolds. 
J. Watts Robinson, Boston. 

Clifton R. Rollins. 
Edsel A. Ruddiman, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Katherine Russell. 
Ryman Interview Syndicate, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Sanborn - Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Richard Henry Savage. 
Scott, Foresman & Co., 

Chicago. 
Servoss Publishing Company, 
New York. 
Silver, Burdett&Co., 

Boston. 
R. G. Skerrett. 

H. P. Smith Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Society Topics Pub. Co. 
Spectator Co. , New York. 

Do. 
Standard Pub. Co., Boston. 
Paul C. O. Stephansky. 

Chas. A. Strelinger & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
C. S. Sullivan, 

Newburg, N. Y. 
Fred A. Swain, 

Wakefield, Mass. 
Do. 
Charles F. Swift, 
Syndicate Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Martin Thomas, Chicago. 
Langdon S. Thompson. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Great Seal of the United States. By Charles A. L. 
Totten. Vol. 2 — Its Signification to Manasseh. 

Wide Awake Library. No. 1330 

Detective Library. No. 766 

Knickerbocker Stories. By Washington Irving 



Yandegriffs Digest Dingley Tariff Bill. 1897 

Rennen Delicacies and Delicious Desserts 

Lecture on the Use of Religion. By Ellen Waldo. 

The Retail Dealer's Manual. By T. W. Wade 

Burlington City Directory for 1897 



Waite's Directory of the City of Niagara Falls. 1897 ... 
Use the Trolley Guide 



Noncommittal. ByCyWarman 

Defiant Hearts. By W. Heimburg. Chaps. 15, 16. 
Scholar's Monthly Report. For 1897-98 



List of Subscribers. July 1, 1897 

The Westinghouse No. 49 Single Reduction Railway 
Motor. 

Handbook of the Law of Equity Pleading. By Benja- 
min J. Shipman. 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 48 

Shrewsbury. By Stanley J. Weyrnan. Chaps. 15-17-26. 

Wheeler's Chart Reckoner 



The Waukegan City Directory, including North Chicago. 

1897-98. Vol. 2. 
Three Weeks in Business Practice 



Truths as 1 Have Seen Them. By George W. Wilson.... 

Our Industries Fabrics. By Albert E. Winship 

Inquire Within for Correct Information of the Trans- 
Mississippi and International Exposition. 
Hydraulic Tools, Cranes, and Machinery 



The Arts of Beauty. 4 — Bloom, but not Fairness. 
Authors' Readings 



Charles A. L. Totten, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 
University Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
F. B. Vandergrift & Co., 

New York. 
Van Duzer Extract Com- 
pany, New York. 
Henry J. Van Haagen, 

New York. 
Wade & Dann, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
L. P. Waite&Co., 

Newburg, N. Y. 
Do. 
Walker, Evans & Cogswell 
Company, Charleston, S. C. 
Cy Warman. 
Waverley Publishing Co. 
H. M. Weigel, 

Curwensville, Pa. 
R. L. West, Atlanta, Ga. 
Westinghouse Electric and 
Mfg. Co., Pittsburg. Pa. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Stanley J. Weyrnan, London. 
Ralph H. Wheeler, 

Mystic, Conn. 
Whitney Pub. Co., Chicago. 

Williams & Rogers, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
George W. Wilson. 
Albert E. Winship. 
J. M. Wolfe, Omaha, Nebr. 

R. D. Wood & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
R. H. Woodward & Co. 
Arthur H. Young. 



PERIODICALS. 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. July 26 to August 1, 1897.. 

Ad Book. July, 1897 

Advance Sheets. All Opinions of the United States 

Supreme Court. July 1, 1897. 
Albany Law Journal. July 24, 1897 

Amateur Athlete. July 29. 1897 

American Agriculturist. July 31, 1897 

2 T E 



New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

Ad Book Press, San Francisco. 

Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. 

Albany Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 

Amateur Athlete News Com- 
pany, New York. 

Orange Judd Co., New York. 



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Titles. 



American Architect. July 24, 1897 

American Catholic Quarterly Review. July, 1897 

American Digest. June, 1897 

American Exchange and Review. August, 1897 

American Field. July 31, 1897 

American Florist. July 24, 1897 

American Gynaecological and Obstetrical Journal. July. 

1897. 
American Jeweler. July, 1897 

American Journal of the Medical Sciences. August, 

1897. 
American Kitchen Magazine. August, 1897 

American Machinist. July 29, 1897 

American Medico-Surgical Bulletin. July 25, 1897 

American Monthly. August, 1897 

American Negligence Reports. July, 1 897 

American Resorts. July, 1897 

American Stock-Keeper. July 31, 1897 

American Wool and Cotton Reporter. July 29, 1897.... 
Appleton's Popular Science Monthly. August, 1897 

Architecture and Building. July 24, 1897 

Army and Navy Weekly. July 31, 1897 

Art Amateur. August, 1897 

Art de la Mode. September, 1897 

Art Student. June and July, 1897 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 37, No. 12 

Ave Maria. July 31, 1897 

Baptist Union. July 31, 1897 

Bearings. July 22, 1897 

Bibelot. August, 1897 

Bon Ton. September, 1897 

Boston Sunday Globe. July 25, 1897 

Bradstreet's. July 24, 1897 

Brickbuilder. July, 1897 

Brooklyn Life. July 31, 1897 



Proprietors. 



American Architect and 
Building News Co., Boston 
Charles A. Hardy, 

Philadelphia. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Review Publishing and Print- 
ing Co., Philadelphia. 
American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 
American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
J. D. Emmet, New York. 

Geo. K. Hazlitt & Co., 

Chicago. 
Lea Bros. & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Home Science Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

American Machinist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Bulletin Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
National Society of the 
Daughters of the American 
Revolution, 

Washington City. 
Remick & Schilling, 

New York. 
American Resorts Company, 
Chicago. 
American Stock -Keeper Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
Frank P. Bennett, Boston. 
D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
Howard, Ainslee & Co., 

New York. 
Montague Marks, New York. 
Morse-Broughton Company, 
New York. 
Ernest Knaufft, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 

Baptist Young People's 

Union, Chicago. 

Bearings Pub. Co., Chicago. 

Thomas B. Mosher, 

Portland, Me. 
S. T. Taylor Co., New York. 
Globe Pub. Co., Boston. 

Bradstreet Co. , New York. 
Brickbuilder Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Bubier's Popular Electrician. July, 1897 

California Banker's Magazine. May, 1897 

Catholic News. July 25 and 28, 1897 

Central Law Journal. July 23, 1897 , 

Century Magazine. August, 1897 

Chap-Book. August 1, 1897 

Chautauquan. August, 1 897 

Christian Herald. July 28, 1897 

Christliche Mutter. August, 1897 

Church Choir. July, 1897 

Church Economist. July 29, 1897 

Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. July 23, 1897.... 

Collier's Weekly. July 29, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. July 24, 1897 

Cuba Y America. August 1, 1897 

Current Literature. August, 1897 

Cycling Gazette. July 29, 1897 

Daily Racing Form. July 24-29, 1897 

Donahoe's Magazine. August, 1897 

Dry Goods Economist. July 24, 1897 

Dyers' Trade Journal. July, 1897 

Eastern State Journal. July 24, 1897 

Electrical World. July 24, 1897 

Elite Styles. September, 1897 

Engineering Magazine. August, 1897 

Engineering Record. July 24, 1897 

Ev'ry Month. August, 1897 

Facts and Fiction. July, 1897 

Family Story Paper. August 7, 1897 

Farm Implement News. July 29, 1897 

Farm Machinery. July 27, 1897 

Farmer. July 31, 1897 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 80, No. 7 

Fireside Companion. August 7, 14, 21, and September 

4, 11, 1897. 
Forest and Stream. July 31, 1897 



Bubier Publishing Company, 
Lynn, Mass. 
J. W. Treadwell, 

San Francisco. 
Catholic News Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Century Co., New York. 
Herbert S. Stone & Co., 

Chicago. 
Theodore L. Flood, 

Meadville, Pa. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
J. Schaefer, New York. 

Church Choir Company, 

New York. 
Church Economist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
William B. Dana Company, 
New York. 
Manuel Montero, New York. 
Current Literature Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Emil Grossman & Bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Frank H. Brunell, Chicago. 
Donahoe's Magazine Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Textile Pub. Co , New York. 
Dyers' Trade Publishing 
Company, Philadelphia. 
Charles D. Horton, 

White Plains, N. Y. 

W. J. Johnston Company. 

New York. 

Elite Styles Co., New York. 

Engineering Magazine, 

New York. 
Engineering Record, 

New York. 
Howley, Haviland & Co., 

New York. 
Dominion Company, Chicago. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Midland Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Orange Judd Co., Chicago. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
George Munro's Sons, 

New York. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 



12 



PEEIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Garden and Forest. July 28, 1897 

Golden Days. August 7 and 14, 1897. 
Golden Hours. July 31, 1897 



Proprietors. 



Golden Eule. July 22 and 29, 1897. 

Golfing. July 24, 1897 

Greater Buffalo. July 20, 1897 



Great Round World. July 29, 1897 
Grocers' Eegulator. July 22, 1897... 



Happy Days. August 14, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. July 31, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. July 27, 1897 

Harper's Weekly. July 31, 1897 

Home and Farm. August 1, 1897 



Home Study for Machinists. July, 1897. 

Homiletic Review. August, 1897 

Horseman. July 27, 1897 



Hull's Quarterly Programmes. July, 1897. 
Hygienic Magazine. July, 1897 



Illinois Official Reporter. July 21, 1897 



Illustrated American. July 31, 1897 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. July 24 and 25, 1897.. 

Illustrated Electrical Review. July 28, 1897 



Illustrated Police News. July 31, 1897 

International Magazine. August, 1897 

Interstate Commerce Reports. July 22, 1897 



Jewelers' Circular. July 28, 1897... 
Jewelers' Weekly. July 28, 1897 ... 
Jewish Comment. July 30, 1897.... 
Journal of Osteopathy. July, 1897. 



Journal of the American Medical Association. July 
24 1897. 

Judge. July 31, 1897 , 

Lawyers' Reports Annotated. June 1, 1897 



Legal Intelligencer. July 30, 1897 
Leslie's Weekly. July 29, 1897... 



Life. July 29, 1897 

McClure's Magazine. August, 1897... 
Mackey ABC Guide. July 31, 1897. 



Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelrdiia. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Golden Eule Co., Boston. 
Golfing Company, New York. 
Greater Buffalo Publishing 
Company, Buffalo, N. Y. 
William Beverley Harison, 

New York. 
Eeid, Murdoch & Co., 

Chicago. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros. , New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Home and Farm Publishing 
Company, Louisville, Ky. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New York. 
Chicago Horseman News- 
paper Company, Chicago. 
Asa Hull, New York. 

Chas. Wesley, 

Brandenburg, N. Y. 
Isaac Newton Phillips, 

Bloomington, 111. 
Lorillard Spencer. New York. 
Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Electrical Eeview Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

Union Quoin Co., Chicago. 
Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Trades Weekly Company, 

Netv York. 
"The Publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 
American School of Oste- 
opathy, Kirksville, Mo. 
American Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 
Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 
S. S. McClure Co., New York. 
ABC Guide Co., New York. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopbietobs. 



Mail and Express. July 24, 1897 

Meclford Light. August, 1897 

Medical News. July 24, 1897 

Medical Eecord. July 31, 1897 

Medical Review of Reviews. July 25, 1897 

Meehans' Monthly. August, 1897 

Missionary Review. August, 1897 

Morse & Rogers Money Saver. August, 1897 

Municipal Record and Advertiser. July 24, 1897 

Munsey's Magazine. August, 1897 

National Magazine. August, 1897 

National Police Gazette. August 7, 1897 

New England Homestead. July 31, 1897 

New England Master-Builder. Julv 24, 1897 

New York Clipper. July 31, 1897..'. 

New York Herald. July 24-30, 1897 

New York Journal. July 24-30, 1897 

New York Ledger. July 31, 1897 

New York Medical Journal. July 24, 1897 

New York State Reports and Session Laws. July 24, 

1897. 
New York Supplement and State Reporter. July 22, 

1897. 
New York Times. July 24-30, 1897 

New York Times Weekly. July 31 , 1897 

New York Tribune. July 24-30, 1897 

New York Weekly. August 14, 1897 

New Yorker Abendblatt. July 24, 26-30, 1897 

New Yorker Sonntagsblatt. July 25, 1897 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. July 24-30, 1897 

New Yorker Wochenblatt. July 24, 1897 

North American Review. August, 1897 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 7 

North Western Monthly. July, 1897 

Ohio Nisi Prius and General Term Reports. June 26, 

1897. 
Oar Productions. July 24, 1897 

Outing. August, 1897 

Outlook. July 31, 1897 

Owl. August, 1897 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 4 



Mail and Express Company, 
New York. 
Geo. S. Delano, 

Medford, Mass. 
Lea Bros. & Co. , New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Medical Review of Reviews, 
New York. 
Thomas Meehan & Sons, 

Philadelphia. 
Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New York. 
Morse & Rogers, New York. 
Columbia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Frank A. Munsey, New York. 
W.W.Potter Co., Boston. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 

H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

Frank Queen Publishing 

Company, New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 

Banks & Bros., and James B. 

Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

New York Times Company, 

New York. 

Do. 

Tribune Association, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
North American Review 
Publishing Co., New York. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
J. H. Miller, Lincoln, Nebr. 
Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
American Publishing and 
Engraving Co., New York. 
Outing Pub. Co. , New York. 
Outlook Co. , New York. 

Owl Pub. Co., New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Painting and Decorating. July 15, 1897 

Parisian. August, 1897 

Pennsylvania County Court Eeports. July 24, 1897 

People's Home Journal. August, 1897 

Philadelphia Inquirer. July 25, 1897 

Photographic Times. August, 1897 

Pilgrim of Our Lady of Martyrs. August, 1897 

Pittsburg Daily News. July 24-30, 1897 

Pittsburg Times. July 24-30, 1897 

Preachers' Magazine. August, 1897 

Psychic World. October, 1897 

Puck. August 4, 1897 

Eough Notes. July 29, 1897 

Russell's Convention Dates. July 24, 1897 

St. Nicholas Magazine. August, 1897 

Saturday Night. August 14 and 21 , 1897 

School Journal. July 24, 1897 

Scientific American. July 31, 1897 

Self-Culture. August, 1897 

Sendbote. August, 1897 

Shipping and Commercial List. July 24, 1897 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 13 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 7 

Standard. August 7, 1897 

Standard Quarterly. No. 8, August, 1897 

Standard Fashion Report. Spring Number, 1897 

Sun. July 24-30, 1897 

Sunday School Times. July 31, 1897 

Superintendent and Foreman. July 27, 1897 

Table Talk. August, 1897 

Tobacco. July 23, 1897 

Town Talk. July 24 and 31, 1897 

Town Topics. July 29, 1897 

Truth. July 31, 1897 

United States Investor. July 24, 1897 

Up-To-Date. July 31, 1897 

Vogue. July29, 1897 



Proprietors. 



Trade News Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
M. L. Dexter, New York. 
T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
F. M. Lupton, New York. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Photographic Times Publish- 
ing Association, New York. 
Apostleship of Prayer, 

New York. 
Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 
Light and Truth Publishing 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Rough NotesPublishing Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Hamlin Russell, 

Cincinnati. 
Century Co., New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 

Munn & Co., New York. 

Werner Company, Chicago. 

Sendbote, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Shipping and Commercial 

List Company, New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 

Standard Press, New York. 

Do. 
H. P. Evan Co. , Chicago. 
Sun Printing and Publishing 
Association, New York. 
JohnD. Wattles & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 
Table Talk Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
T. H. Delano Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 
Town Topics Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Truth Company, New York. 
Investor Pub. Co., Boston. 
Up-To-Date Publishing Com- 
pany. Chicago. 
Fashion Co., New York. 



15 



PERIODICALS— Contintj ED. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Viavi Cause. July 24, 1897 

"Werner's Magazine. August, 1897 

Western Electrician. July 24, 1897 

Western Field and Stream. July, 1897 

Woman's Home Companion. August, 1897 

Wooden and Willow- Ware Trade Review. July 22, 1 897 

Wool Eecord. July27, 1897 

Word and Works. August, 1897 

Word and Works Quarterly Echoes. July, 1897 

World's Sunday Magazine. July 25, 1897 

Young America. August, 1897 

Young People's Weekly. August 8, 1897 

Youth's Companion. July 29, 1897 



H. & H. E. Law, 

San Francisco. 
Edgar S. Werner, New York. 
Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
John P. Burkhard, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick, 
Springfield, Ohio. 
Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 

Wool Record Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Word and Works Publishing 

Company, St. Louis, Mo. 

Do. 

Press Pub Co., New York. 

Mrs. W. S. Pearce Shute, 

New York. 

David C. Cook Publishing 

Company, Elgin, 111. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



I Will Exalt Thee. By H. W. Owens 


Amstutz Music Company, 

Bluffton, Ohio. 
M. H. Andrews, Bangor, Me. 
Edwin Ashdown, London 


De Rabbit's Foot. By William Seelye Wilson 

Come Away. By J. Christopher Marks 


Sing, Throstle, Sing. By Alice Borton 


Do. 


Tanz-Arabeske. By Fritz Kirchner 


Augener & Co. , London. 
Do. 


Chant d' Amour. By Emil Kreuz 


Serenade Napolitaine. By Emil Kreuz 


Do. 


Softly, Now, the Light of Day. By Edward J. Hart 
Assurance. By J. S. Fearis 


A. Beirly. 
Do. 
Do. 


Remember Me. By F. Abt — W. H. Pontius 


Do. 


Holy, Lord, God of Sabaoth. By W. H. Pontius 


Do. 
Do. 


Still, Still With Thee. By J. S. Fearis 


Do. 


Fading Twilight. By Geo. B. Nevin 


Do. 
Do. 


Shout for Joy. By A. Beirly 


Do. 


Evening Hymn. Arranged from Abt by W. H. Pontius.. 
Glad Spring-Time. By A. Beirly 


Do. 
Do. 


Hail to Our Native Land. By E. Berliner 


E. Berliner. 


Sorosis March. By William C. Bernower 


William C. Bernower, 


Guide to the Proper Use of the Pianoforte Pedals. 
Translated by John A. Preston. 

The Best Story of All. By Rev. A. B. Bowser 


Canton, Ohio. 
Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 
A. B. Bowser. 


Refuge in Christ. By A. B. Bowser 


Do. 




Do. 


He is Calling Thee. By A. B. Bowser 


Do. 




Do. 
Do. 




Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Bowser. 



Hark the Sound. By Eev. A. B. 

Soul Ahoy ! By A. B. Bowser 

Where Will You Spend Eternity '? By Eev. A. B. Bowser.. 

The Glad Home Coming. By Eev. A. B. Bowser 

The Cleansing Stream. By Eev. A. B. Bowser... 

While There's Sunshine. By A. B. Bowser 

Bowlers Choice March. By John C. Webber 



Artistic Arrangements for Banjo. By L. D. Burford. 

Say "Au Eevior" but not "Good-Bye," and Sweet 

Alice, Ben Bolt. 
Veni, Vidi, Vici, Two-step. By E. B. Hall. For piano, 

2 mandolins and guitar. 

The Trojan March. By Eudolph Goldsmith 

Pas des Amphores. Air de Ballet No. 2. By C. Chami- 

nade. 

The Pompier Eescue. By D. W. Beeves 

Palatinus March. By E. B. Hall. For piano, 2 

mandolins and guitar. 

Eureka March. By D. W. Beeves 

The Cycler's March. By D. W. Eeeves 

Benningtonian March. By Eudolph O. Goldsmith 

The Darkies' Carnival. By Eudolph O. Goldsmith 

A Little Bunch of Shamrocks. By J. Bodewalt Lampe.. 

The House That Jack Built. By A. J. Foxwell 

Alix Valse de Salon. By Karl de Bubna 

Lobetanz. Von Ludwig Thuill 

Pretty Mamie Collins. By Sallie Winholtz 

American National Minuet. By Prof. H. V. Drexel 

On the Dock. By James Meakins 

Life's Lullaby. By Gerald Lane 

Hush-a-Bye. By Gerald Lane. No. 1 in F, No. 2 in 

G, No. 3 in A flat. 
Tell Them That You Saw Me in the Army. By J. 

Howard Entwisle. 

Fantaise iiber bohmische Volkslieder. By Hans Sitt 

Gavotte in C dur. By Edmund Parlo w 



Mamma, Don't be Cross With Me. 
You Ain't De Only Coon in Town. 

Mam'zelle Marie. By Alb. H. Fitz 

Phantasie. By Jos. Eheinberger 

The Yashmal. By Napoleon Lambelet 



By Alb. H. Fitz 
By Alb. H. Fitz.. 



Vocal score.. 



Mein erster Walzer. Von Pietro Mascagni 
Songs and Hymns of Gospel Truth 



The Little Ones. By Phil. W. Gould , 

Is It Any Body's Business But Your Own? By Frank 
Bridges. 

The Jolly Host. By Ad. Stodart 

12 Genrestiicke fiir Klavier. By Eduard Poldini — 

Staub 

Heirnweh 

Humoreske 

In der Einsamkeit 

Barentanz 

Schattenspiel 

Walzer-Studie 

Apassionato 



A. B. Bowser. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Brand Publishing Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
L. D. Burford, Toledo, Ohio. 



John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Margaret E. Cook, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
J. Curwen & Sons, London. 
Carl de Bubna. 

A. Deneke, Berlin. 
Henry Detmer, Chicago. 
H. V. Drexel. 

Elite Pub. Co., New York. 
Enoch & Sons, London. 

Do. 

J . Howard Entwisle. 

Ernst Eulenburg, Leipzig. 

B. Firnberg, 

Frankfurt on the Main. 
Alb. H. Fitz, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Bob. Forberg, Leipzig. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 
Adolph Fiirstner, Berlin. 
Gospel Music Publishing 
Company, Baltimore, Md. 
Phil. W. Gould. 
Margaret Greulich. 



Louis Haas, 



Julius Hainauer 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Philadelphia. 
Breslau. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



12 Genrestiicke fur Klavier. By Eduard Poldini— 

Waldgeheimniss 

Don Juan und Zerlinchen 

Pastorale 

Jagdstiick 

Arpeggio. By Ottokar Novacek 

Chroniatique. By Ottokar Novacek 

Der Einkland. By Ottokar Novacek 

Einzugsmarsch der Bojaren. Von Johan Halvorsen 

Lieder fur eine Singstinime mit Pianoforte. Von Alex- 
ander Zemlinsky — 

A — Ausgabe fur eine hohe Stimme. Heft 1 

B — Ausgabe fur eine mittlere Stimme. Heft 1 

B — Ausgabe fiir eine mittlere Stimme. Heft 2 

Vie Parisienne Polka. By Ernest Bucalossi 

The Land of My Childhood. By Martin Heathcote 

Linden Grand March. By James C. Beckel 

Suite Miniature. Par Theodore Dubois 

The Girl That I Dream About. By D. S. Hollingshead. 

I Am So Careful. By F. Osmond Carr 

The Socialistic Club of Tipperary. By F. Osmond Carr. 

If You Please. By F. Osmond Carr 

On the Levee. By Maurice Bernhardt 

Only the Crumbs from His Table. By W. H. Doane 

Scenes of Boyhood Days. By Edw. S. Fogg 

Fruhling. By Richard Ferber 

Der Liebeschmied. By W. Leps 

Bridal Echoes. By Ethel E. Joy 

Sweet Recollections. By Alfred Karger 

A Bed-Time Song. By Gertrude Leverich Knox 

On To Victory. By Ellis R. Ephraim 

Bunker Hill March. By Mrs. Dora Lechard 

Hymn of the Union. By John J. Loud 

Let Me Lift Jesus Up. By Robert Lo wry 

iEolian Hall March. By Jos. Gearen. Band 

Waehusett March. By Jos. H. Marnell 

Ny dia's Love-Song. By Henry E. Lower 

The Drum Major. By John W. Frazer 

Reminiscences of the Dance. By Paul Rubens 

The Vampire March. By Warner Crosby 

La Cinquantaine. By Gabriel-Marie 

Is It You Dat's A Singing ? By Milton Wellings 

A Baby's Boat Song. By Jan L. Lawson 

Colombine. By Paul Aubry 

Star of Eve Waltz. By Florence Fare 

Mariette. By Margaret Gyde 

Ain't Yer Ebber Gwine Ter Marry Me? By Arthur 

Trevelyan. 
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. Iu G. By Herbert A. 

Fricker. 

Be Glad and Rejoice. By Bruce Steane 

3 T E 



Julius Hainauer, Breslau. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Wilhelm Hansen, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. , 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

E. Hatzfeld. 
Milton Heathcote, 

Baltimore, Md. 
James C. Beckel. 
Heugel et Cie. , Paris. 

Hollingshead Music Com- 
pany, Baltimore, Md. 
Hop wood & Crew, London. 
Do. 
Do. 
O. K. Houck&Co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Geo. B. Jennings Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Do. 

J. W. Jost, Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Ethel E. Joy. 
Alfred Karger, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Gertrude L. Knox. 
P. J. Lammers, 

Baltimore, Md. 
Mrs. Dora Lechard. 
John J. Loud, 

Weymouth, Mass. 
Robert Lowry. 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

Jos. H. Marnell, 

Worcester, Mass. 
Miles & Thompson, Boston. 

F. A. Mills, New York. 

Do. 
Myll Brothers, New York. 
National Music Company, 

Chicago. 
Geo. Newnes, Ltd., London. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Do. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pbopbietoks. 



God, Who Madest Earth and Heaven. By E. Harold 

Davies. 
Thou, O God, Art Praised in Sion. By Bertram Luard 

Selby. 
I Want No Better Sweetheart. By E. Nattes 



Come, Beloved. By Clothilde 

Rod and Reel March. By P. du Fleu. Arranged for 

band by Chas. Bach. 
The Spanish Beggar Girl. By Chas. J. Orth. Arranged 

for mandolin and guitar by N. J. Noland. 
The Spanish Beggar Girl. By Chas. J. Orth. For band. 

The Mardi Gras March. By Win. A. Corey 

Vasantasena. By Johan Halvorsen 

My Old Kentucky Home. By Stephen C. Foster. 

Arranged for female voices by J. W. Parson Price. 

The Battery Girl. By H. Chitraro 

The Night Cometh. By Leontine Stanfield 

The River Bank. By Carrie H. Pratt 

Tell Me, Oh Moon. By Carrie H. Pratt 

The Grand and Mighty "Niagara." By Dr. J. E. 

Ricffcr. 
Hark ! The Tread of Children. By Geo. N. Rockwell.... 

The Diamond. By Geo. N. Rockwell 

Fleurette-Dance. By Edmund Braham 



Fascination Polka. By Rudolph Ruhlman 

Be Strong ! All Ye People. By Albert W. Ketelbey 

What Did She Know About Railways? By Bennett 
Scott. 

19 Etudes pour Violin. By R. Kreutzer 

I'll Not Tell Her Name. By Kate Gager Spencer 



La Bohenie. Grande partition d'orchestre. Bv R. 

Leoncavallo. Atto 1°, Atto 2°, Atto 3° and 4°. * 
Just for Fun Schottisehe. By Frank A. Leavitt. For 
banjo and guitar. 

Masquerade Polka. By E. H. Frey. For guitar 

Guitar Fingering. By Walter Jacobs 

Reign In My Heart. By Frederick Locke Lawrence 

Five Piano Pieces for Four Hands. By Louis V. Saar — 

No. 1 — Easter Bells...., 

No. 2 — Whitsuntide Joys 

No. 3— All Saints 

No. 4 — Procession 

No. 5 — Advent 

Barcaroole V6n£tienne. By Otto Hackh 

Nuit D'Ete— Summernight. By Otto Hackh 

Sur Le Lac. By Otto Hackh 

There's An Empty Seat for You. By Rev. E. S. Ufford 

Climb Up, Then Lift Up. By Rev. E. S. Ufford 

Pretty Maiden, Fine and Fair. By F. von Glyckherr- 

Tanner. 
La Rumra Waltz. By Harry Weston 

Spoons. By Harry Weston 

Queen of the Wheel. By Gerald Deane 



Washington March. 
By J. F. Wagner. 



For piano, 2 mandolins, and guitar. 
Arranged by A. V. Holmes. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Do. 

Orphean Music Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Orsborn & Co., London. 

Chas. J. Orth, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Do. 

Do. 
E. T. Paul, New York. 

C. F. Peters, Leipzig. 

Wm. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Carrie H. Pratt. 

Do. 
J. E. Rieger, 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Geo. N. Rockwell. 

Do. 
Rohlflng Sons Music Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
R. Ruhlman, Trenton, N. J. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Charles Sheard & Co. , 

London. 
N. Simrock, Berlin. 

W. L. L. Spencer, 

Lebanon, Conn. 
Edouardo Sonzogno. 

S. S. Stewart, Philadelphia. 

Do. 
Do. 
Thompson & Lawrence. 

C. F. Tretbar, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do: 

E. S. Ufford, Holyoke, Mass. 

Do. 
Mdme. von Glyckherr-Tan- 
ner, St. Louis. 

Henry Wehrmann, 

New Orleans. 
Do. 
Whaley, Royce & Co., 

Toronto, Canada. 
Henry White, 

Washington City. 



10 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Three Little Chestnuts. By N. Clifford Page .. 
Our Gallant Boys in Blue. By Watty Hydes ... 
Under the Old Maple Tree. By W. H. Holmes 

Can't Bring Him Back. By King Kollins 

Does She Remember? By Dennis Mackin 

Jolly Nights March. By A . G. Clark. Band. . . . 
You Ain't So Many. By A. C. Woodyatt 



Proprietors. 



K. M. Widmer, New York. 

Do. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
B. F.Wood Music Co., Boston. 
A. C. Woodyatt, Moline, 111. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 



The Pledermaus. By Richard Genee. 



Goldmark & Conreid, 

New York. 
Do. 
Andrew William Hammond, 
Washington City. 

Court Intrigue. By Carina Jordan ' Carina Jordan. 

Rosedale. By Arthur Wallack ] Arthur Wallack, New York. 



A Night in Venice. By F. Zell and Richard Genee 

The Poisoned Chalice. By Andrew William Hammond.. 



MAPS. 



Map of Alaska 

Street Railway Map of Racine. 1897 

Street Railway Map of Milwaukee. 1897 

Map of the City of Detroit 

Map of the City of Aurora, 111. 1897 

Map of the Cities of Pittsburg, Allegheny, and Environs. 

1897. 

Dominion Line Royal Mail Steamships 

New Railroad, Township, and Educational Map of 

Washington. 1897. 
Machias, Me. June, 1897 

Crete, Nefor. June, 1897 

East Liverpool, Ohio. June, 1897 

Liberty ville, 111. July, 1897 

Bristol, Tenn., and Bristol, Va. June, 1897 

Phillipsburg, N. J. June, 1897 

East Brady, Pa. June, 1897 

Norwich, Conn. June, 1897 

Fryeburg, Me. June, 1897 

Bar Harbor, Me. June, 1897 

Willimantic, Conn. June, 1897 

Bartlett, N. H. July, 1897 

Bridgeton, Me. June, 1897 

Meyersdale, Pa. June, 1897 

Kittanning, Pa. June, 1897 

Fairlee, Vt. 1897 



O. P. Anderson Map and Blue 
Printing Co. , Seattle, Wash. 
Evan Evans, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Do. 
Silas Farmer & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
JohnK. Newhall, Aurora, 111. 
R. L. Polk &Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
Poole Brothers, Chicago. 

Punnett Brothers, 

San Francisco. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
G. L. Winship. 



20 



ENGRAVINGS. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Robert Koch Rich. Bong, Berlin. 

Bench and Bar, Milwaukee, Wis. 1897 ' H. R. Earle, New York. 

Love's Duet Fishel, Adler & Schwartz, 

New York. 
The Language of Flowers. 

Love's Offering 

The Duet 

The Broken Chord 

La Torlajake 

Bon-jour Pierrot 

Bon-soir Pierrot 

The Duchess of Talleyrand — Marchande De Roses- 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Jose Frappa. 



Daniel Webster Max Rosenthal. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 



Cincinnati Base Ball Club. 1897. 



828. Wauchesetts 

816. Llewelyn 

853. Narada 

Stratford from Shakespeare Memorial 

" The Erechtheum " from the East 

Slabs from the North Frieze, Parthenon 

The Southern End of the Citidel of Tiryus 

The Erechtheum from the Northwest 

The Grave Stele of Aristion 

Dory phorus 

Apollo from the West Pediment of Temple of Zeus, 
Olymphia. 

Archaic Female Figure from the Acropolis, Athens 

Arthur Peyser. Nos. 1-3 

Incoming Tide, Bass Rocks 



A Breaking Wave 

Moorland Point 

Surf Rolling In 

From Troy Steam Laundry, Atlanta, Ga 

612. Opernscene aus Trovatore. Von Luigi Crosio. . 

613. Opernscene aus Rigoletto. Von Luigi Crosio.. 

Bessemer Plant. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 

4211. St. Patrick's Cathedral 

4217. Getting Her Hair Banged 

4218. Getting His Hair Banged 

4219. A Social Glass 

4221. Mammie's April Fool 

4222. Mikey's April Fool 

4223. Brunno 

And a Little Child Shall Lead Them 

Catch Your Own Fish 

Nevada Fall and Merced River 

Glacier Point 

5004. Go 

5005. The "Out Look," Glazier Point 

5006. The Wawona Tree 

The " Zigzags" 

Gorge of the Merced River and Nevada Fall. 

Glacier Point Trail 

Ostrich Chicks 



4226. 
4219. 
5002. 
5003. 



5010. 
5011. 
5012. 
5014. 



R. P. Bellsmith, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
C. E. Bolles, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Do. 

Do. 

A. W. Elson & Co., Boston. 

Do 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

B. J. Falk, New York. 
Martha H. Harvey, 

Annisquam, Mass. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
F. L. Howe, Atlanta, Ga. 
Kunzli Freres. 

Do. 
Geo. E. Mellen, Chicago. 

B. L. Singlev, Meadville, Pa. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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PHOTOGEAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


5016. Vernal Fall and Rapids 


B. L. Singley, Meadville, Pa. 
Do. 




50 1 8. Yosemite Valley 


Do. 


501 9. Agassiz Rock 


Do. 


5022. The "Sierras" from Glacier Rock 


Do. 


5023. Yosemite Valley and Bridal Veil Meadow 


Do. 


5030. Nevada Fall Trail 


Do. 


Mother Bickerdyke Day 


Gay A. Spencer, 

Russell, Kans. 
Taber, San Francisco. 


Adgie and Her Trained Lions. Nos. 2-8 


The House that Jack Built 


J. H. Tarbell, Asheville, N.C. 




Do. 


To Be or Not to Be 


Do. 


Kate Dahl 


Robert E. Wescott, 




Lowell, Mass. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 



Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works 

Grayling 

Brook Trout 

Black Bass 

Leaping Salmon 

Collies 

Pointers 

Setters 

St. Bernards 

8-sheet. " Bottle and Lettering." C. No. 1848 

3-sheet. ' ' Trovollo. " N. Y. No. 7680 

48-sheet. " Train of Cars." C. No. 1842 

1-sheet. "Trovollo." N. Y. No. 7679 



Dearborn Drug and Chemical 
Works, Chicago. 

Koerner & Hayes, 

'Buffalo, N.Y. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Strobridge Litho. Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



PRINTS. 



A Modern Street Scene ! Judge Pub. Co., New York. 



Look Out ! Willie McKinley. 

How Convict No. 711 Made His Escape. 

Judge's Picture Puzzles. "Actor" 

The American Klondiker 

Judge Suggests a Few Improvements to Mother Nature. .. 
Waiters and Waiters. 

Judge's Picture Puzzles — " Politician " I 

A Hired Girl ' H. 



Second Edition ol Hogan's Alley. 

The Accusation 

The Next Time I Put You Out ... 
Flirt with the Man in the Moon . 

The German Liederkranz 

She Called Me Papa 

Sweet Cherry Lips 

Leona Lewis 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
'. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



22 

PRINTS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Carrie Weber 

Indian and Soldier 

The Hired Girl's Pink Tea 

They're Off 

Windmill and Eeseue ... 

Arbitrate , 

The Green Family — They Visit the Citascope 

CHARTS. 

Acme Tailoring System 

Prof. V. I. Schlitzer's Music Chart 

Weather Indications 

DESIGNS 

Violets True 

Standards of America 

Society Plate 

Measuring Plate 

Business Plate 



Proprietors. 



H. C. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Scripps-McRae League, 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 



E. B. Devenny, 

Baltimore, Md. 
V. I. Schlitzer. 
Judsou G. Wall, New York. 



Great Atlantic and Pacific 
Tea Company, New York. 
Henry F. Heiderich, 

New Orleans, La. 
Royal Tailors, Chicago. 

Do. 
Do. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



AND 



OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS. LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, FROM AUGUST 2 TO AUGUST 7, 1897, INCLUSIVE, 
WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO 
COPIES IN THE OFFICE. 



ISTo. 318. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERN MB NX PRINTING OFFICE. 
1897. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks 



BOOKS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Analysis of a Course of Lectures on the Public Regula- 
tion of Commerce. By Howard S. Abbott. 

Analysis of a Course of Lectures on Railway Corpora- 
tion Law. By Howard S. Abbott. 

Constitution and General Laws of the Imperial Mystic 
Legion. 

The Battles of the War for the Union. By Prescott 
Holmes. 

The Battles of the War for Independence. By Prescott 
Holmes. 

Evening Thoughts. By Frances Ridley Havergal , 

Morning Thoughts. By Frances Ridley Havergal 

Trif and Trixy. By John Habberton 

Klondike and the Yukon Country. By L. A. Coolidge.. 

Gospel Missions as Illustrated by Apostolic Practice. 
By J. M. Robertson. 

Evenings at Shadycroft. By Howard, B. Hall , 

On the World's Poof. By J. MacDonald Oxley 

The Story of Japan. By R. Van Bergen 



Baptist Publish- 
Philadelphia. 



"A" Syndicate Page. August 7 and 14, 1897.. 



"B" Syndicate Page. 
"C" Syndicate Page. 
" E " Syndicate Page. 
Fashions of New York. 

Charging Cannon 

Davis, the Boy Spy 

A Scout's Exploit 

Drawing-Room Games. 



August 7 and 14, 1897 

July 31 and August 7, 1897.. 

July 31 and August 7, 1897. 

Two articles 



By A. Howard Cady. 



Official Athletic Rules 

The Nigger of the Narcissus. 



By Joseph Conrad. 



She Couldn't Afford to Marry. By Lidia Rose McCabe.. 

Light in the Morning. By Paul Danby 

M. Quad and Kemble Page. By Chas. B. Lewis 

A Deed of Kindness. By David Wechsler 

Short Crop of Peanuts. By I. D. Marshall 

Indian Game of Sing-Gamble. ByE. L. Sabin 

Army Ants of Nicaragua. By Clarence Pullen 

More Fun than a Kite. By J. Harry Adams 

Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By Ella Osborn 

The Woman of Fashion. By Annie Laurie Woods 

Moorish Fretwork. By J. L. Heaton 

Love Making as a Study. By Miss R. S. Parks 

Bits of Paris Stage Gossip. By H. D. Jones , 

Rich Young Britisher Hankers for a Gypsy Life. By 
H. D. Jones. 

Social Life on the Tow Path. By H. D. Jones , 

Mining for Gold a Poor Business. By J. L. Heaton 



Howard S. Abbott, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Do. 

Henry C. Akin, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
Henry Altemus. 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
American 
ing Society, 

Do. 

Do. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
American Sports Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Do. 
Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



(3) 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietobs. 



Men May Now Explore the Deep Sea Bottom. By 

Charles A. Gamble. 

The Big National Encampment. By Curtiss Brown 

The Growth of Cast Pig Iron. By J. L. Heaton 

The Spiders' Web Woven Into Cloth. By H. D. Jones.. 

Luck of the Defender's Pup. By Curtiss Brown 

Quetchard. By Clinton Ross 

Laws of New York Relating to Business Corporations. 

with Notes and Forms. By Dwight Arven Jones. 
Colorado Catechism. By Frank D. Ball 



United States Courts of Appeals Reports. Vol. 33. 

United States Reports. Vol. 167 

Talks on the Study of Literature. By Arlo Bates. 
Catalogue of Typographic Numbering Machines.... 



Lessons in Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene. By C. 

L. Hotze. Revised by E. D. Luckey and A. R. 

Morgan. 
Lessons in Physics. By C. L. Hotze. Revised by F. 

W. Potthoff. 
The Mining Laws of the State of California. By 

Frederic Hall. 1849-1897. 

Gems of School Song. Edited by Carl Betz 

A Year With the Apostles. Vol. 7, No. 9 

Boyd's Directory of Pottsville, etc. 1897-99 



Boyd's Directory of Salem and Gloucester Counties, 

N. J. 1897-98. 
Colonial Verses. Mount Vernon. By Ruth Lawrence.. 
A Souvenir of Massachusetts Legislators. 1897 



National Monument to the Forefathers . 



The Law of Sales of Personal Property. 

M. Burdick. 
General Catalogue No. 25 



By Francis 



Biography. By Caleb T. Win- 
By John Ebenezer Bryant. 
Edited by Harry G. Archer 



10. Thomas Carlyle 
Chester. 

11. Goethe and Schiller. 
Biographies : 1 — Goethe 

The Psalter and Canticles. 

and Rev. Luther D. Reed. 

Inventor's Manual and Handy Reference Book 

A Text-Book of General Lichenology. By Albert Schnei 

der. 

Gold Fields of the Yukon. By Dr. E. O. Crewe 

The Two Captains. By W. Clark Russell 



Stenography. Lesson 5. Instruction Paper. First 

Edition. 
Mechanical Drawing. Instruction Paper. First Edition. 

Shafts, Slopes, and Drifts. Key. Second Edition 

Mine Ventilation. Question Paper. Second Edition 

The Official Guide to the Klondyke Country and the 

Gold Fields of Alaska. 
" The Pupil as an Individual" 



Diana Victrix. By Florence Converse.. 



Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Baker, Voorhis & Co., 

New York. 
Frank D. Ball, 

Castle Rock, Colo. 
Banks & Bros. , New York. 

Do. 
Arlo Bates. 
Edwin G. Bates, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
W. B. Becktold, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Do. 

J. Bell, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Carl Betz. 

Bible Study Pub. Co., Boston. 

Guy Mortimer Boyd, 

Reading, Pa. 
Sibbald Fred Boyd, 

Philadelphia. 
Brentano's, New York. 

A. M. Bridgman, 

Stoughton, Mass. 
A. S. Burbank, 

Plymouth, Mass. 
Francis M. Burdick, 

New York. 
Chair Belt Company, 

Milwaukee. Wis. 
Chicago Record, Chicago. 

Do. 

Christian Literature C o m - 
pany, New York. 

Cilley & Allgier. 
Willard N. Clute & Co., 

Binghamton, N. Y. 
| O. C. Cole & Co., Chicago. 
P. F. Collier and Dodd, Mead 
& Co., New York. 

Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
W. B. Conkey Company, 

Chicago. 
W. F. Conover, 

San Diego, Cal. 
Florence Converse. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Holy Land in Geography and in History. By Town- 
send MacCoun. Vol. 1, Geography. 

The Holy Land in Geography and in History. By Town- 
send MacCoun. Vol. 2, History. 

Lines on the Ancient Schools of Ireland. By Rev. P. 
Creighton. 

Poems Commemorative of the National G. A. K. 
Encampment and the Veterans' Reunion at Buffalo and 
Niagara Falls. 1897. 

Ritual of the Protected Homes of America 



Proprietors. 



Souvenir of the Departure of the Steamer Mexico for 

Alaska. 
The Cyclopaedia of American Biographies. Edited by ; 

John Howard Brown. Vol. 1. 
A Master of Indirection. Bv T. Austin Daily. Chaps. 

7-8. 
Nicknames and Pseudonyms of Prominent People. By 

Mrs. Fannie Parmelee Deane. 
Geschichte der Deutschen Gesellschaft von New Orleans. 

Voii J. Hanno Deiler. 
Dixon's Teachers' Note Book 



The Merits of Lead Paints and Dixon's Silica-Graphite 

Paint Compared. 
Iowa Reports. Vol. 93 



The Green Guess Book. By Susan Hayes Ward and 
Mary L. McL. Watson. 

Pages From My Mental Diary. By Esmardee 

Circular for Mellin's Food 

Tales from McClnre's 



On Plymouth Rock. By Samuel Adams Drake 
Bible Year- Book 



Good Times a Prophecy. By Thomas Sherman Earl. 
Bromide Enlarging with a Kodak 



London Topics. July 31, 1897 



Map and Guide of Detroit and Environs 

Illustrated Catalogue and Price List of Fire Hose. 

1897. 
Merchants' Inter-State Discount League 



July, 



Perforated Sheet Metal. Catalogue No. 

A Mother's Lullaby 

Pianorondoniante. Bv Louise Gerding. 



Sandwort. By Anna J. Granniss . 



Shorthand in Twenty Lessons. Lesson No. 18 
Philosophical Fun 



The Power of Woman. Part 1 — Susan Turnbull. 
Archibald Clavering Gunter: 

Education. Chap. 11 

Newport Illustrated 



By 



Townsend MacCoun, 

New York 
Do. 

P. Creighton, 

Riverhead, N. Y. 
Donald D. Creyk, 

North Tonawanda, N. Y. 

M. Cullaton & Co., 

Richmond, Ind. 
Curtis, Seattle, Wash. 

Cyclopaedia Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
T. Austin Daily. 

Mrs. Fannie Parmelee Deane, 
Holtoke, Mass. 
J. Hanno Deiler, 

New Orleans, La. 
Joseph Dixon Crucible Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. 

bo. 

George L. Dobson, Secretary 

of the State of Iowa. 
Dodd, Mead &Co., 

New York. 
Shelby Martineau Dodson. 
Doliber-Goodale Co., Boston. 
Doubleday & McClure Com- 
pany, New York. 
Samuel Adams Drake. 
E. P. Dutton & Co., 

New York. 
Thomas Sherman Earl. 
Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Evening Post Publishing 
Company, N. Y. 

Silas Farmer, Detroit, Mich. 
James Bennett Forsyth, 

Boston. 
Frederick G. Fraentzel, 

Newark, N. J. 
Fraser & Chalmers, Chicago. 
H. R. Fuller, Princeton, Mo. 
Louise Gerding, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Anna J. Granniss, 

Keene, N. H. 
Henry J. Greer, Boston. 

Grit Publishing Company, 

Williamsport, Pa. 
Archibald Clavering Gunter, 
New York 
Winchester Hall. 
C. E. Hammett, Jr., 

Newport, R. I 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pbopbietobs. 



Handy and Widewake Interest Tables. By Charles E. 
Sprague. 

The Lure. By William Watson 

Infancy and Childhood. By Frances Fisher Wood 

Jerome, a Poor Man. By Mary E. Wilkins 

Private Telegraphic Cypher Code , 



Geer's Hartford City Directory. July, 1897. 



The Book of Daniel. By I. D. Steele 

The Credibility of the Christian Religion. By Samuel 
Smith. 

Simon Dale. By Anthony H^r e. Chap. 6 

Boarding School Days. By M. Holland 

The Adventures of a Chambermaid. By M. Holland 

Der Fluch der Schonheit. By W. H. Von Riehl. By 
Francis L. Kendall. 

A History of the United States. By Alexander John- 
ston. Revised by Winthrop More Daniels. 

Monthly Bulletin of Shoe Ads. and Cuts. Second year. 
No. 17. 

The Pilgrim Ship. By Cutclifle Hyne.. 

Electricity. Section 17 



Trigonometry. Lesson 3 

Trade Price List. August 4, 1891 



Varnishes, Wood Fillers, Etc 

Johnson's Universal Cyclopaedia. Vol. 5. 



History of the Sixteenth Regiment, New Hampshire 
Volunteers. By Luther Tracy Townsend, Adjutant. 

Johnston's Electrical and Street Railway Directory. 

1897. 
Live Stock Markets Up 



A Huge Supply of Cattle . 

The Seed Basket for Preachers and Teachers . 



Silvanus and Ruth. By Rev. Josiah Nicholas Kidd.. 
The Second Jungle Book. By Rudyard Kipling 



Woman's World Vest-Pocket Webster Pronouncing 
Dictionary. 

300 Different Ways of Making a Living 

99 Salads and How to Make Them — 



The Amulet. Translated by Mrs. Maurice Perkins. 

Part 1. 
Address for the Fiftieth Anniversary of an Odd Fellows' 

Lodge. By Charles L. Lochman. 

Lincoln Literary Collection. By J. P. McCaskey 

Damon and Pythias. By Gerald Brenan 

Bruin of Troop I. By P. Y. Black 

Opening the Alpine Tunnel. By Cy Warman 

The Dynasty of the Shark 

Farmyard Frolics 

Mirth and Mischief. 

Childhood's Joys 



Harjes& Wright, New York. 
I 

I Harper & Bros., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Hartfield Telegraphic Code 
Pub. Co.. New York. 

Hartford Printing Company, 
Hartford, Conn. 
J H. L. Hastings, Boston. 

Do. 

! 

j A. H. Hawkins, London. 
j M. Holland, Chicago. 

Do. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

i Will Phillip Hooper, 

New York. 
Cutcliffe Hyne. 
I Institute of Home Study of 
Engineering. 
Do. 
H. W. Johns Manufacturing 
Company, New York. 

Do. 
A. J. Johnson Company, 

New York. 
Henry L. Johnson and Lu- 
ther T. Townsend. 

Washington City. 
W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 
Kansas City Star Company, 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Do. 
Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 
J. N. Kidd, Parsons, Kans. 
Rudyard Kipling, 

Brattleboro, Vt. 
Laird & Lee, Chicago. 

Richard Link, Baltimore, Md. 
Livermore & Knight Com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Living Age Company, 

Boston. 
Charles L. Lochman, 

Bethlehem, Pa. 
J. P. McCaskey, 
S. S. McClure Co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
McLoughlin Bros. , New York. 

Do. 

Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Second Coming of Christ. By Wm. C. Jones. 



The Boston Browning Society Papers. 1886-97 

Neither Widow Nor Wife. By M. E. O. Malen. Chaps. 

27-28. I 

Injuries and Surgical Diseases of the Face, Mouth, and 

Jaws. By John Sayre Marshall. 
The Naunikeag Directory for Salem. 1897-98 j 



Subscribers' Stamp Book. 



Le Sphinx Des Glaces. By Jules Verne. Pp. 1-32 , 
Special Instructions on the Care of Band Saws 



Davison's Minneapolis City Directory. 1897 
Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 713... 



Klondike Gold Fields on the Yukon. By H. H. Para- 
more. 
The Debt Collector. By E. V. Neal 



Catalogue. Fall and Winter. 1897-98 

The Malachite Cross. By Frank H. Norton- 



Odd Folks. By Opie Read 

Das Bild in Wasser. Von Wilhelm Zenfen. Part 7. 



The Great Sound Money Parade in New York. 



Character in Hair 

Song of the Ages, and Other Poems. Books 1 and 2. 

By M. C. O'Byrne. 
Mrs. Owens' New Cook Book and Complete Household 

Manual. 
Peck's Export Purchase Index. Fourth year. No. 27... 



One Hundred Choice Selections. No. 36 

Wool Market Review 

A Woodehopper's Astronomy. By J. Person. 
The Missing Link 



Reminiscences of Society in New York. By an Old 
New Yorker. 20— Parallels of the Past— The New 
York Jockey Club. 

Iowa State Gazetteer and Business Directory. 1897-98...' 

West Bay City Directory. 1897 

The Prang Elementary Course in Art Instruction. 
Third and Fourth Year. 

Americans in Favor in London 

Bimetalism Not Ripe 

Botanical Notebook. By William Whitman Bailey 



Middletown and Portland Directory. 1897-98. 
Evangelical Hymnal 



McMillan & Jones, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Macmillan Co., New York. 
M. E. O. Malen. 

John Sayre Marshall, 

Philadelphia. 
Henry M. Meek, 

Salem, Mass. 
Merchants' Premium Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Mershon Co., New York. 
J. H. Miner, 

Lumberman, Miss 
Minneapolis Directory Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

Sam'l F. Myerson Printing 

Company. St. Louis, Mo. 

National Law and Collection 

Association, New York. 

Nebraska Clothing Company, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York. 
Do. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
New York Printing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Lillian A. North. 
M. C. O'Byrne, La Salle, 111. 

Owens Publishing Company, 
Chicago. 
William E. Peck & Co., 

New York. 
Penn Pub. Co., Philadelphia. 
F. Nathaniel Perkins, Boston. 
J. Person, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Pettibone Bros. Manufactur- 
ing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Morris Phillips & Co., 

New York. 

R. L. Polk & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 

Do. 

Prang Educational Company, 

Boston. 

Press Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 
Preston & Rounds Company, 
Providence, R. I. 
Price & Lee Company, 

New Haven, Conn. 

Publishing House of the 

United Evangelical 

Church, [Harrisburg, Pa. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Sound Money Monographs. By William C. Cornwell.. 
Fifty Glimpses of Newport, E. I 



City Digest. April 1. 1897 

Uncle Lisha's Outing. By Rowland E. Robinson 

The Emphasized New Testament. Part 2. By Joseph 
Bryant Rotherham. 

The Roudebush Writing System. Nos. 1, 2, 3 

The Waning Season 

In the Way. By Grace Livingston Hill 

Royal Baker and Pastry Cook 



Confidential Information and Net Cost Book 

In the Track of the Book- Worm. By Irving Browne. 



Over the Coffee Cups. 



Sweet Tea Piazza Gowns 

The Cook's Ready Reference Table. 

Col. Clayton's Lake Tour 



The Student's Speller. By Edmund J. James and 

Charles DeGarmo. Kansas Edition. 
First Reader. By Helen W. Boyden. Revised by 

Florence Holbrook. 
The Second Reader. By Richard Edwards. Revised 

by Florence Holbrook. 
The Third Reader. By Richard Edwards. Revised by 

Florence Holbrook. 

Farmers' Ledger 

Taxation of the People. By Thomas Sharp 



The Grim Destroyer 

A Modern Babylon. By Charles William Slater. 

Circular of the Advertising Periodical Company. 



Gems, No. 2 

Georgia Reports. Vol. 98 

The "A Singular Life" Reviewed, and Gloucester Vin- 
dicated. 

Prospectors' Guide to the Yukon Gold Fields 

Northern Lights 

Strong's Numerical Index 

Monetary Problems and Reforms. By Charles H. Swan, 
Jr. 

Bookkeeping by Actual Business Practice 

Loup-Garou. By Maurice Thompson 

Frank Reade Library. No. 165 

The Relation of Food to Health and Premature Death. 
By Geo. H. Townsend. 

Life and Aim of Man. By A. Trenck 

The Examiner. By A. L. Tufts 

Turner's A.ugusta, Etc., Directory. 1897-98 



The Viavi Primer 

Independent Third Reader. By J. Madison Watson 

Defiant Hearts. By W. Heimburg. Chaps. 16-18 



G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Louis Richards, Reading, Pa. 
Rowland E. Robinson. 
Joseph Bryant Rotherham. 

E. H. & E. E. Roudebush. 
Henriette Rousseau. 

A. J. Rowland. Philadelphia 
Royal Baking Powder Com- 
pany, New York. 
Royal Tailors, Chicago. 
Roycroft Printing Shop, 

East Aurora, N. Y. 
Ryman Interview Syndicate, 
New York. 
Do. 
Geo. R. Sanderson, 

San Francisco. 

A. A. Schantz, 

Detroit. Mich. 
Scott, Foresman & Co. , 

Chicago. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

F. Sence. 
Thomas Sharp, 

Columbus. Ohio. 
R. G. Skerrett. 
Charles W. Slater, 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
L. S. Spangler, 

Lockland, Ohio. 
Sparrell Print, Boston. 

State of Georgia. 
Munroe Stevens, Essex, Mass. 

C. H. J. Stolteuberg. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

B. G. Strong, New York. 
Charles H. Swan, Jr. 

J. S. Sweet, 
Maurice Thompson. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Geo. H. Townsend, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
A. Trenck, Buffalo. N. Y. 
A. L. Tufts, Boston. 

A. R, Turner Publishing 
Company, Auburn, Me, 
Viavi Co., San Francisco. 
J. Madison Watson, 

New York. 
Wa verier Pub. Co.. Boston. 



9 

BOOKS— Continued. 
Titles. Proprietors. 



Der Bibliothekar. By Gustav Yon Moser. Edited by Benjamin W. Wells, 

Benjamin W. Wells. Sewanee, Tenu. 

Atlanta Telephone Exchange. August 1, 1897. List of R. L. West, Atlanta, Ga. 
Subscribers. 

The Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 40 West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Shrewsbury. By Stanley Weyman. Chaps. 17-19. Stanley J. Weyman. London. 
27-28. 

Supplemental Price List. 1897 Whitall, Tatum & Co., 

New York. 

Heliocentric Ephemeris. By Frederick White Frederick White, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Atlas and Digest of Railroad Mortgages White & Kembl e, Chicago. 

The Union Label Instructor Wm. Wicks, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Fire Reinsurance Form No. 2 Albert Willcox & Co., 

New York. 

Hints to Inventors. August 7, 1897 Wills Publishing Company, 

Washington City. 

Wo-Co-Line Wocoline Mfg. Co., Boston. 

Assaulted by a Grasshopper R. Pitcher Woodward. 

General Plumbing Goods. Catalogue E. 1897 L. Wolff Mfg. Co., Chicago. 

Twentieth Century Practice. Edited by Thomas L. William Wood & Co., 

Stedman. Vol. 11 — Diseases of the Nervous System. New York. 



PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. August 2-8, 1897 New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

A B C Pathfinder Railway Guide. August, 1897 Do. 

Advertising Experience. August, 1897 Irving G. McColl, Chicago. 

Afro-American Beacon-Light. July, 1897 Beacon-Light Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Albany Law Journal. July 31, 1897 Albany Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 

American Agriculturist. August 7, 1897 Orange Judd Co., New York. 

American Architect and Building News. July 31, 1897.. American Architect and 

Building News Co., Boston. 

American Choir. August 5, 1897 Charles E. Elliot & Co., 

New York. 

American Ecclesiastical Review. August, 1897 American Ecclesiastical Re- 
view Co., New York. 

American Field. August 7, 1897 American Field Publishing 

Company, New York. 

American Florist. July 31. 1897 American Florist Company, 

Chicago. 

American Investments and Financial Opinions. August, Niagara Publishing Com- 
1897. pany, Buffalo, N. Y. 

American Journal of Psychology. July, 1897 G. Stanley Hall, 

Worcester, Mass. 

American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. University of Chicago, 
July, 1897. Chicago. 

American Machinist. August 5, 1897 American Machinist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

American Stock-Keeper. August 7, 1897 American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

Annals of Gynecology and Pediatry. August, 1897 Ernest W. Cushing, Boston-. 

2 T E 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Annals of Surgery. August, 1897 

Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. August, 1897 

Architecture and Building. July 31, 1897 

Army and Navy Weekly. August 7, 1897 

Art Student. June, July, August, 1897 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 37, No. 13 

Ave Maria. August 7, 1897 

Babyhood. August, 1897 

Banner of Gold. July 24,1897 

Baptist Union. August 7, 1^97 

Hearings. July 29, 1897 

Biles' Whiskey Price List. August 2, li-"97 

Birds. July, 1897 

Boiler Maker. August, 1897 

Book Buyer. August, 1897 

Boston Sunday Globe. August 1, 1897 

Botanical Gazette. July. 1897 

Bradstreet's. July 31, 1897... 

Brick. August, 1897 

Brooklyn Life. August 7, 1897 

Buyers' Reference. July, 1897 

Cadenza. July-August, 1897 

Camp News. August 23-28, 1897 

Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review. August 1, 1897.. 

Carriage Monthly. August, 1897 

Catholic News August 1 and 4, 1897 

Central Law Journal. July 30, 1897 

Child-Life. August, 1897 

Christian Herald. August 4, 1897 

Christognosis. July. 1897 

Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. July 30, 1897.... 

Collier's Weekly. August 5, 1897 

Comfort. August, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. July 31, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. Investors' Sup- 
plement. July 31, 1897. 



Proprietors. 



J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 

E. & H. T. Anthony & Co., 

New York. 

W. T. Comstock, New York. 

Howard, Ainslee& Co., 

New York. 

Ernest Knaufft, New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Babyhood Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Banner of Gold Publishing 
Company, Chicago. 
Baptist Young People's 
Union, Chicago. 
Bearings Pub. Co , Chicago. 
J. W. Biles Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Nature Study Publishing 
Company, Chicago. 

Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, 

Chicago. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Globe Newspaper Company, 
Boston. 
University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 
Bradstreet Co., New York. 
Windsor and Kenrield Pub- 
lishing Company, Chicago. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Buyers' Reference Company, 
New York. 
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Partee, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
H. J. Stager, Philadelphia. 
Review 7 Pub Co.. New York. 
Ware Brothers, Philadelphia. 
Catholic News Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Elizabeth Mast Hyatt, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
M. B. VauEps, Chicago. 

Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
Gannett & Morse Concern, 

Augusta, Me. 
William B. Dana Company, 
New York. 
Do. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Commercia] and Financial Chronicle. Tariff Supple- 
ment. July 31, 1897. 
Cycling Gazette. August 5, 1897 

Daily Racing Form. July 30 to August 5, 1897 

Deutsch-Amerikanisches Kneippblatt. August, 1897... 
Dramatic Magazine. August, 1897 

Dry Goods Economist. July 31. 1897 

Eastern State Journal. July 31, 1897 

Eclectic Medical Journal. August, 1897 

Electrical Engineer. July 29 and August 5, 1897 

Electrical World. July 31, 1897 

Engineering Record. July 31, 1897 

Etude. August, 1897 

Family Story Paper. August 14, 1897 

Farm Implement News. August 5, 1897. 

Farm Machinery. August 3, 1897 

Farm-Poultry. August 1, 1897 

Farmer. August 7. 1897 

Fashions. August, 1897 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 81, No. 1 

Forest and Stream. August 7, 1897 

Forum. August, 1897 

Four O'Clock. August, 1897 

Fraser's Notes. July, 1897 

Free Man. August, 1897 

French Dressmaker. September, 1897 

Gameland. August, 1897 

Garden and Forest. August 4, 1897 

Gardening. August 1, 1897 

Golden Hours. August 7, 1897 

Golden Rule. August 5. 1897 

Golfing. July 31, 1897 

Grasshopper. August, 1897 

Great Round World. August 5, 1897 

Green Bag. August, 1897 

Grocers' Regulator. July 29, 1897 

Handbuch fur den Amerikanischen Brauer und Malzer. 
Lieferung No. 16. 

Happy Days. August 21, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. August 7, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. August 3, 1897 



Proprietors. 



William B. Dana Company, 
New York. 
Emil Grossman & Bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Frank H. Brunell, Chicago. 
L. M Schweizer, New York. 
Dramatic Magazine Press, 

Chicago. 
Textile Pub. Co., New York. 
Charles D. Horton, 

White Plains, N. Y. 
Scudder Brothers Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 
Engineering Record, 

New York. 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Midland Publishing Com- 
pany, St Louis, JVIo. 
I. S. Johnson & Co , Boston. 
Orange Judd Co , Chicago. 
Herbert Booth King & Bro. 
Publishing Co., New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul. Minn. 
Forestand Stream Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Forum Pub. Co., New York. 
A. L. Swift & Co., Chicago. 
Fraser Tablet Triturate Man- 
ufacturing Co., New York. 
Chas. W. Close, Bangor, Me. 
A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
Gameland Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Gardening Co., Chicago. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Golden Rule Co., Boston. 
Golfing Co., New York. 

M. Hrownell. 
William Beverley Harison, 

New York. 
Boston Book Co., Boston. 
Reid, Murdoch & Co., 

Chicago. 
Ernst Hantke. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 
Do. 



12 



PERIODICALS— Continued 
Titles. 



Harper's Weekly. August 7, 1897. 
Home Magazine. August, 1897 



Propbietoes. 



Home Study for Electrical Workers. July, 1897.. 



Home Sunshine. September, 1897. 
Homiletic Review. August, 1897... 



Horseman. August 3, 1897 . 



Humanunity. July, 1897 

Ice and Refrigeration. August, 1897 

Illustrated American. August 7, 1897 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. August 1, 1897. 



Illustrated Christian World. August, 1897 

Illustrated Electrical Review. August 4, 1897. 



Illustrated Police News. August 7, 1897. 

Inland Printer. August, 1897 

Insurance Critic. August, 1897 



Intelligence. August, 1897 

Jewelers' Weekly. August 4, 189' 



Journal of Cutaneous and Genito-Urinary Diseases. 

August, 1897. 
Journal of the American Medical Association. July 

31, 1897. 
Journal of the United States Cavalry Association. 

June, 1897. 

Judge. August 7, 1897 

Keystone. August, 1897 

Kirchenchor. August, 1 897 

Ladies' Standard Magazine. September, 1897 



Landwirthschaftliche Beilage. July, 1897. 
Law Notes. August, 1897 



Legal Intelligencer. August 6, 1897.. 
Leslie's Weekly. August 5, 1897 



Life. August 5, 1897 

Life's Comedy. " In Cupid's Realm." August!, 1897.. 

Literary Review. July, 1897 

Machinery. August, 1897 

Mackey A B C Guide. August 7, 1897 

Mail and Express. July 31, 1897 



Mayflower. August, 1897. 



Medical News. July 31 and August 7, 1897. 
Medical Record. August 7, 1897 



Medicine. August, 1897 

Merck's Report, August 1, 1897.. 
Midland Monthly. August, 1897.. 



Harper & Bros. , New York. 
Commercial Travelers' Home 
Ass'n, Binghamton, N. Y. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
S. A. Hudson, New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New York. 
Chicago Horseman Newspa- 
per Company, Chicago. 
Edward D. Wahl, Chicago. 
H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 
Lorillard Spencer, New York. 
Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Ross Taylor, New York. 

Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

Inland Printer Co , Chicago. 
George W. Corliss, 

New York. 
Metaphysical Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Physicians Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
American Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
U. S. Cavalry Association, 

Fort Leavenworth, Kaus. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
B. Thorpe, Philadelphia. 
E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 
Standard Fashion Company, 
New York. 
Westliche Post Association, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Edward Thompson Company, 
Northport, Long Island, 
N. Y. 
Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 
Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

Do. 
Review Company, Boston. 
Industrial Press, New York. 
ABC Guide Co., New York. 
Mail and Express Company, 
>*? New York. 
Mayflower Publishing Com- 
pany, Floral Park, N. Y. 
Lea Bros. & Co. , New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Geo. S. Davis, Detroit, Mich. 
Merck & Co. , New York. 
Johnson Brigham, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 



13 



PERIODICALS— -Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Millinery Trade Review. August, 1897 

Mode de Paris. September, 1897 

Municipal Record and Advertiser. July 31, 1897 

Musical Visitor. August, 1897 

National Nurseryman. August, 1897 

National Police Gazette. August 14, 1897 

National Reserve. August, 1897 

New England Homestead. August 7, 1897 

New England Magazine. August, 1897 

New England Master-Builder. July 31, 1897 

New Light. August. 1897 

New York Clipper. August 7, 1897 

New York Herald. July 31 to August 6, 1897 

New York Journal. July 31 to August 6', 1897 

New York Ledger. August 7, 1897 

New York Lumber Trade Journal. August 2, 1897 

New York Medical Journal. July 31, 1897 

New York Supplement and State Reporter. July 29, 

1897. 
New York Times. July 31 to August 6, 1897 

New York Times Weekly Magazine. August 7, 1897.... 

New York Tribune. August 1, 1897 

New York Weekly. August 21, 1897 

New Yorker Abendblatt. July 31 and August 2-6, 1897 

New Yorker Sountagsblatt. August 1, 1897 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. July 31 to August 6, 1897 

New Yorker Wocbenblatt. July 31, 1897 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 8 

Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 71, Nos. 8 and 9 

Official Railway Equipment Register. August, 1897 

Open Court. August, 1897 

Osprey. July-August, 1897 , 

Our Animal Friends. August, 1897 

Our Young People. July 24, 1897 

Outlook. August 7, 1897 

Overland Monthly. August, 1897 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 5 



Gallison & Hobron Company, 
New York. 
A. McDowell & Co., 

New York. 
Columbia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. 
National Nurseryman Pub- 
lishing Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Richard K. Fox, New York. 

National Reserve Publishing 

Co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Warren F. Kellogg, Boston. 
H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

New Light Publishing Com- 
pany, Northport, Long 
Island, N. Y. 
Frank Queen Publishing 
Company, New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
New York Lumber Trade 
Journal, New York. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
New York Times Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Tribune Ass'n, New York. 
Street & S mith , New York. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Railway Equipment and 
Pub. Co., New York. 

Open Court Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Osprey Co., Galesburg, 111. 
American Society for the 
Prevention of Cruelty to 
Animals, New York. 
Young People Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Outlook Co., New York. 

Overland Monthly Publish- 
ing Co.. San Francisco. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 



14 



PEEIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pennsylvania County Court Reports. July 31, 1897 

People's Railway Guide. August 1, 1897 

Philadelphia Inquirer. August 1, 1897 

Philistine. August, 1897 

Phonographic Magazine. August 1, 1897 

Pianist and Organist. August, 1897 

Pigeon Flying. August, 1897 

Pittshurg Daily News. July 31 to August 6, 1 897 

Pittsburg Times. July 31 to August (>, 1897 

Planets and People. August, 1897 

Puck. August 11, 1897 

Puck's Library. "Punctures." July 8, 1897 

Reliable Poultry Journal. August, 1897 

Reports of Cases in Circuit Court of Ohio. August 2, 

1897. 
Rider and Driver. August 7, 1897 

Rough Notes. August 5, 1897 

Rudder. August, 1897 

Scholar's Magazine. September, 1897 

School and Home. August 3, 1897 

Scientific American. August 7, 1897 

Shipping and Commercial List. July 31, 1897 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 14 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 8. 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 41, Nos. 4 and 5 

Standard. August 14, 1897 

Standard Designer. September, 1897 

Standard Electrical Directory Quarterly. July 30, 1897. 

Storms and Signs. August, 1897 

Street Railway Journal. August, 1897 

Student's Journal. August, 1897 

Success With Flowers? August, 1897 

Sun. July 31 to August, 1897 

Sunday School Times. August 7, 1897 

Superintendent and Foreman. August 3, 1897 

Tobacco. July 30, 1897 



Proprietors. 



T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Elbert Hubbard, 

East Aurora, N. Y. 
Phonographic Institute Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Pianist Publishing Company, 
New York. 
Chas. H. Jones, 

Philadelphia. 
Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
F. E. Ormsby, Chicago. 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Do. 
Reliable Poultry Journal 
Publishing Co , Quincy, 111. 
Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Rider and Driver Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Rough Notes Publishing Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Rudder Pub. Co., New York. 
Sunday School Times, 

Philadelphia. 
Wm. L. Thomas, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Munn & Co., New York. 

Shipping and Commercial 
List Company, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Standard Press, New York. 
Standard Fashion Company, 
New York. 
Electrical Directory Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
C. Coles, Kingston, Pa. 
Street Railway Publishing 
Company. New York. 
Andrew J. Graham & Co., 

New York. 

Dingee & Conrad Company, 

West Grove, Pa. 

Sun Printing and Publishing 

Association, New York. 

John D. Wattles & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 

T. H. Delano Publishing 

Company, New York. 



15 



PEKIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Toilettes. September, 1897 

Town Topics. August 5, 1897 

Travelers' Official Railway Guide. August, 1897 

Travelers' Ready Reference Guide. August, 1897 



Treasury of Religious Thought. August, 1897 

Truth. August?, 1897 

United States Investor. July 31,1897 

United States Treasury Counterfeit Detector. August, 
1897. 

Vanity Fair. August, 1897 

Vogue. August 5, 1897 



Washingtonian. August, 1897 

Western Electrician. July 31, 1897. 



White Elephant. August, 1897. 
Wool Record. August 3, 1897... 



World's Sunday Magazine. August 1, 1897 

Yo ung Folks' World. July, 1897 

Young People's Weekly. August 15, 1897 
Youth's Companion. August 5, 1897 



Toilettes Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Town Topics Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

National Railway Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Knickerbocker Guide Com- 
pany, New York. 

E. B. treat & Co. , New York. 

Truth Company, New York. 

Investor Pub. Co., Boston. 

Dickerman & Holler, 

New York. 

Blakely Hall, New York. 

Fashion Company, 

New York. 

A. D. Hayworth, 

Washingto i City. 

Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Frank Tousey. New York. 

Wool Record Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Press Publishing Company, 
New York. 

Young Folks' World Publish- 
ing Co., Denver, Colo. 

David C. Cook Publishing 
Company, Elgin, 111. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



The Rescue. By A. Nelson Adams 


A. Nelson Adams. 

Stockton, Cal. 
Do. 


Mein Liebchen, schlaf wohl. By Franz Liftl 


Johann Andre, 


Der musikalische Kater. Von Konrad Lang 


Offenbach on the Main. 
Do. 


Wiegenlied. Von Carl Hill manu 


Do. 


La Ti rolienne. Von Carl Hillmann 


Do. 


Le doux mal. Par George Banger 

Ein Trompeterstiickchen. Von Konrad Lang 


Do. 
Do. 


The Peach of Euclid Beach. By J. Brachman 

Lend a Helpinc Hand. By James C. Beckel 


B. & F. Publishing Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. 


Ragged Rapscallions March. By J. H. Bell 

Geraldine. By Fred. Hallen and Sam. R. Ireland 

Diarmid. By Hamish MaeCunn 


'Olin Bell, Lawrence, Kans. 
Sol. Bloom, Chicago. 
Boosey & Co., London. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 


The Lord is My Light. By Frances Allitsen. No. 2 in 
Eflat. 

My Beloved. ByRichardH. Walthew 

How Shall I Love You? By A. Barclay Jones 




Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Amoretten. By Martin Schmeling 

In Altbe wahr t er Treue. By Jos. Pitschmann 

March of the Heroes. By Edmund Braham 

Musik am dem Kostum-Ball 

O, hiitt' ich niemals euch geglaubt. By Hugo Jiingst . . . 

Lass dein Werben. By Hugo Jiingst 

Concert fur die Orgel. Von Wilh. Friedemann Bach 

Zum Andenken. By G. Scharf. 

The Token. By Florence Aylward 

The Brow of the Hill. By H. Trotere. No. 1 in B flat.. 
'Neath the Old Forest Tree. By Chas. H. Childs 

Wiegenlied. By Otto Froniniel 

Shooting Stars. By Thehdore Lack 

"Squadron A" March. By Rudolph O. Goldsmith 

Sonatina in G. By L. van Beethoven 

Pan. By Benjamin Godard 

Gypsy Love Song. By Henry B. Vincent 

Danse Pastorale. By C. Chaminade 

L'Adieu. By Louis Tocahen. For mandolin 

L'Adieu. By Louis Tocahen. For 3 mandolins, guitar, 

and piano. 
Sweet Sixteen. By M. M. Cobb 

Dew Drop Mazurka. By E. Conradson. Two mando- 
lins and guitar. 

Cinderella and the Prince. By Lindsay Mackay. Oper- 
etta. 

The Masher is the Queerest Thing Alive. By J. W. 
Wheeler. 

Our Little Baby's Gone. By J. W. Wheeler 

The Train Came in on Time. By J. W. Wheeler 

When Biding Out With Nellie on My Wheel. By Harry 
Le Roy. 

Madrigal. By Josephine Homans 

Mazurka a la Hongroise. By La Q. Rawson.. 

I Dream of That Fair Land, Lord. By Ciro Pinsuti... 

Let Music and Song be Our Pastime. By Stephen Glover- 
Tell Her I Love Her So. By P. De Faye 

Give Praise, All Ye That Worship Him. By Ciro Pin- 
suti. 

Gently Sighs the Breeze. By Stephen Glover 

Winner's American Mandolinist 

The Masqueraders. By C. Mabel Beaman 

The Loving Father Speaketh. By J. C. Macy 

Birds' Serenade. ByChas. E. Pratt 

Minuet. ByG. O. Hornberger 

<Tavotte. ByG. O. Hornberger 

March of the Praetorian Guard. By Albert W. Noll 

Southern Sweethearts. By Geo. L. Tracy. Orchestra... 

A Litany of the Incarnate Life. By H. B. Fabiani 

The Chatterers. By Theo. Bendix. Orchestra 

While Thee I Seek. By C. P. Morrison 

A Night With the Bogies. By Otto Langey. Band 

Fairy Song. By Albert Woeltge 

TheOld Refrain. By J. L. Molloy 

Weary Raggles. By M. Tobias. Band 

Vanity Fair March. By Chas. P. Elwell 

Good Roads March. By Paul Eno 

When Our World was Young. By Paul Rodney. No. 
1 in C. No. 2 in E flat. 



Pkopeietors. 



Bos worth & Co., Leipzig. 

Do. 
Edmund Braham, New York. 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
A. C. Challier&Co., Berlin. 
Chappell & Co., London. 

Do. 
Chas. H. Childs, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
John Church Co., Cincinnati. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

M. M. Cobb, 

South Royalston, Mass. 
E. Conradson. 

J. Cur wen & Sons, London. 



Dana Music Company, 



Boston. 



Boston. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Denton & Seixas. 
Oliver Ditson Co., 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Chas. P. Elwell. 
Paul Eno, Philadelphia. 

Enoch & Sons, London. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



At the Foot of the Cross. By Paul Rodney. No. 1 in 
F, No. 2 in G. 

Jubilee. By Charles A. Finlay 

I Detroit Free Press. By W. P. Chambers 

The Talisman March. By R. O. Goldsmith 

Tremolino. By George Trebel 

Stradella. Overture. By Flotow. Band 

Waiting for Daddy. Arranged by L. O. de Witt. Or- 
chestra. 

Who'll Win de Cake To-night? By Walter Hawley. 
For orchestra. 

Italian Nights. Arranged by Theo. M. Tobani. Or- 
chestra. 

Love's Receipts. By C. M. Ziehrer. Orchestra 

The Goddess of Liberty. By Emil Isenman. Band , 

The Talisman. By R.' O. Goldsmith. Band 

Tantum Ergo. No. 1. By V. Bellini 

Tant urn Ergo. No. 2. By V. Bellini 

Tantum Ergo. No. 3. By V. Bellini 

Der deutsche Rhein. By Hugo Jungst 

Deutschland, mein Vaterland. By Hugo Jungst 

Rauschender griiner Rhein. By Hugo Jungst 

Begriissungslied fur ein Brautpaar. By Hugo Jungst 

Herr Olaf. By Lothar Kempter 

Lerche nnd Nachtigall. By Lothar Kempter 

Die Amsel sang. By Lothar Kempter 

Es tiirmen sich berghoch die wogen. By Lothar Kempter. 

Song of the Trees. By Landon Ronald. In C 

Rhapsodie Melancholique. By E. F. Foster 

Over Here and There. By Herbert Darnley 



Only a Broken Tov. By E. W. Rogers 

They Wanted to Take My Photograph. By J. W. Sewell. 
What Price That for a Quick Change? By Charles 

Osborne. 
Up and Down the Streets I'm Running. By J. W. Hall. 

Little Wosie Posie. By Joseph Tabrar 

Mac and I. By Felix McGlennon 

The Old Home's the Best After All. By Herbert Darnley. 

The Animated Doll. By H. E. Pether 

The Boys of the Thin Red Libe. By E. W. Rogers 

'E Was a Perfect Gentlemen. By Charles Coborn 

The Ghost of Patsy Finnigan's Cock-A-Doodle-Doo. 

By J. W. Hall. 

Hello! Hello! Hello! By A. J. Mills 

How They Nurse the Baby. By J. H. Lester 

I Changed a Five-Pound Note. By Will Godwin 

I Want a Little Dolly. By W. Carlile Vernon 

I Had a Good Home and I Left. By George Lester 

Kathleen Muldoon. By Arthur Seldon 

The Gayest Girl in New York Town. By Raymond A. 

Browne. Orchestra. 
'Twas Only a Simple Ballad. By Raymond A. Browne. 

Orchestra. 

Mary Malone. By Dave Marion . Orchestra 

Wake, My Love. By Henry Warrall. For mandolin, 

or violin and guitar. 
Possum and Coon Hunt. By Fred Thomas 



Proprietors. 



Enoch & Sons, 



London. 



Pansy, I Loves You. 
3 T E 



By Richard R. Hanch. 



Charles A. Finlay. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

J. Fischer & Bro., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Rob. Forberg, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Forsyth Brothers, London. 
E. F. Foster, New York. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
E. B. Guild, Topeka, Kaus. 

Geo. H. Gunnell, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
A. M. Hall. New York, 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Jagdstiick. By Otto Fuchs 

Memiett. By Otto Fuchs 

Danses Norvegiennes. By Johan Halvorsen 

Bulgarische Tiiuze. Vou Ottokar Novacek. Heft 1 and 2.. 

Predilecta Waltz. By Carlos Curti 

Beyond a Lover's Call. By Mabel Burgess 

Tell Mother I'll Be Home To-Night. By Willis W. 

Harrinian 
I've Been Faithful to You. By Chas. K. Harris 



Proprietors. 



If I Were a Bird. By A. Henselt.. 



Etincelles. By Maurice Moszkowski 

The Fountain. By W. Sterndale Bennett 

Concert Etude. By Moritz Moskowski 

II Gladiatori. By Joachim Raff 

Capriccio in E minor. By F. Mendelssohn 

Danse Pittoresque By Wilsou G. Smith 

Capriccio in H minor. By Johannes Brahms 

Scherzo. By Josef Rheinberger 

Recollections of '93. Arranged by R. M. Grace. 



Exercises Original Method for the Piano. By Karl 
Heuser. 

Damon and Pythias March. By Adolf Wiese 

The Dearest Words. By Carl Hoffman 



The Mississippi Waves. By Mary Holl 

Riehwood Mandolin Method. By Geo. Richwood 



S. C. B. March. By Geo. E. Stedman 

Queen City Girls March. By J. Raymond Hubbell. 

Causerie. By P. Mercenier 

A Bed-Time Song. By Gertrude Laverieh Knox 



March and Two-step. By Franz Mayr. 



Tell Her That I Love Her. By Ed. Percy Wright. 



Bridal March. By F. H. Cowen. Arranged by Fred 

Lax. 
Bridal Gavotte. By L. C. Schwind. For 2 mandolins 

and guitar. 
Marie Geistinger Waltz. By Herman Mueller. For 2 

mandolins and guitar. 
She's Coming Home To-night. By Walter Coleman. 

For 2 mandolins and guitar. 
The Morning Light is Breaking. By Arthur W. Nelson. 

O Be Joyful in the Lord. By H. P. Danks 

Blessed is He that Considereth the Poor. By J. H. 

Rosecr?ns. 
Thou Dear Redeemer, Dying Lamb. By L. O. Emerson. 

Mizpah. By Dr. S. B. Jackson 

The Darktown Jubilee. By Warren Beebe. Band 



Evening Serenade. By Reisseger. Band 

Pittsburg Leader March By S. Nirella. Band 

March, Little Chief. By Michaels. Orchestra 

The Girl You Swing in the Hammock With. By Oliver 

Guy Magee. 
When the Mists Have Cleared Away. By Carl H. Myers. 



Wilhelm Hansen, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
T. B. Harms & Co., New York. 

Do. 
Willis W. Harrinian. 

Chas. K. Harris, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Hatch Music Company. 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Hauschild Brothers Music 
Company, Victoria, Tex. 
Karl Heuser, 

Binghamton, N. Y. 
C. A. Hoffman, Clinton, Iowa. 
Carl Hoffman, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Mary Holl. 

Geo. Jaberg Music Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 
Richard Kiener, Leipzig. 
Gertrude L. Knox. 

Utica, N. Y. 
Lakeside Publishing Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
P. J. Lammers, 

Baltimore. Md. 
Do. 

Theo. Lohr, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

H. E. McMillin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Oliver Guy Magee. 

Carl H. Myers, Aurora, 111 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued 
Titles. 



Rustic Dance. Arranged by Dave Brandamour. For 2 
mandolins and guitar. 

La Palorna. Arranged by Dave Brandamour. For 2 
mandolins and guitar. 

Angels' Serenade. Arranged by Dave Brandamour. For 
mandolin and guitar. 

Home. Sweet Home. Arranged by Dave Brandamour. 
For mandolin and guitar. 

Champion Mandolin and Guitar. Folio. Vol.2 

Massa's in de Cold Ground. Arranged by Dave Branda- 
mour. For mandolin and guitar. 

Afterwards. Arranged by Dave Brandamour. For man- 
dolin and guitar. 

Oriental Pastimes. By Hugo Barcher 

A Football Song. By F. Cunningham Woods 



Dar's No Coon Warm Enough for Me. By Dave 

Marion. 
There's Something About It That's Nice. By Richard 

R. Hanch. 
My Laddie Dear and I. By E. Caddel! 

Just Like Other Men. By R, R. Pittenger 

Marche Fantastique. By Wilson G.Smith 

Youthful Joy. ByF.G. Rathbun 

The Jolly Huntsman. By F. G. Rathbun 

Petite Gavotte. By F. G. Rathbun 

Valse La Petite. By F. G. Rathbun 

Happy Hearts. By F. G. Rathbun 

In the Gondola, By F. G. Rathbun 

Alpine Song. By F. G. Rathbun 

The First Step. By F. G. Rathbun 

The Clock. By F. G. Rathbun 

Colonial Dance. By F. G. Rathbun 

Tyrolienne. By F. G. Rathbun 

Danse Semplice. By F. G. Rathbun 

Caprice Espagnol. By Wm. K. Bassford 

Reverie. Bv Wm. K. Basslord 

Petite March. By Wm. K. Bassford 

Oh, Thou Sublime ! Sweet Evening Star. By Franz 
Liszt. 

The Flatterer. By C. Chaminade 

Gently Lord, Oh, Gently Lead Us. By Wm. K. Bass- 
ford. 

March of the Halberdiers. By Lefebure Wely 

Second Valse Impromptu. By F. G. Rathbun 

March of the Guards. By H. Engelmann ... 

Feda Waltzes. By J. L. Frank 

Southern Lullaby. By W. W. Gilchrist 

Budding Blossom. By Carl Koelling 

The Village Church. By H. Engelmann 

Studies and Exercises. By Chas. W. Landon 

Tauuhiiuser March. By Richard Wagner 

Cujus Auimam. By Rossini 

Wrist Studies. By Chas. W. Landon 

In the Quiet Evening Hours. By Arthur Keller 

Amazone. By N. v. Wilm 

Rococo. By N. v. Wilm 

Petite Valse Romantique. By Arthur L. Brown 

The Buttercup. Bv Ed. Waddington 

The Lily. By Ed." Waddington 



Proprietors. 



National Music Company. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Orphean Music Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Do. 

Edward H. Phelps, 

New York. 
Pittenger & Swann. 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Po. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Forget-Me-Not March. By Ed. Waddhigton 

The Mayflower Eeverie. By Ed. Waddington 

The Blue-Bell Mazurka. By Ed. Waddington 

The Daisy. By Ed. Waddington 

Hilarity March. By T. H. Knight 

Meadow Dance. By Frederick A. Williams 

Elfin Dance. By Carl Heins 

Little Bird. By Paul Lincke 

The Fountain. By C. Bohm 

Murmuring Spring. By Carl Bohm 

First Valse. By Aug. Durand 

Arabesque. By G. Karganoff 

Novelette. By Theodore Lack 

Queen of Hearts. By Wilhelm Lege 

March from Capri ccio. By Mendelssohn 

Wedding March. By Felix Mendelssolm-Bartholdy 

Sweet Little Woodland Rose. By Edelbert L. Sanford.. 

Hush, My Baby. By Horace Hills, Jr 

Twilight Fancies. By Arthur Keller 

Nocturne. By Frank H. Losey 

Easter Chimes. By Arthur Keller 

Picnic Dance. By F. J. Zeisberg 

Children's Grand March. By F. J. Zeisberg 

Polka Eondo. By F. J. Zeisberg 

Valse Noble. By Xaver Scharwenka 

Berceuse. By Edwin J. Decevee 

April Showers. By Wilhelm Fink 

Tarantella. By J. L. Frank 

L'Enfant Terrible. By H. Engelmann 

Dance of the Gypsies. By Theodore Lack 

Das Gespenst. By Ferd. Thieriot 



Peopeietoes. 



Schalkslied. By Ferd. Thieriot 

The Storm. Four-part song. By Roland Rogers.. 
Persisches Lied. By R. Burmeister 



Cannon March. By Edmund Braham 

Cadenz. By Richard Burmeister 

Elegy. By Richard Burmeister 

Hafisa. By Richard Burmeister 

Persiches Lied. By Richard Burmeister 

Frag nicht. By Richard Burmeister 

He Will Hide Me. By J. H. Rosecrans 

Working for Jesus. By J. H. Rosecrans 

The Stream from the Cross. By J. H. Rosecrans.. 

The Voice of Jesus Calling. By C. E. Dancy 

Phi-Gama-Delta Waltz. By Edwin J. Tomlinson. 



Count Von Birkheim March. By Gustav Arnold Von 

Rutsche-Birkheim. 

He or I. By George C. Ryno 

The Last Prayer. By Josef Rheinberger 

God Guard Thee. By Josef Rheinberger 

Rhine Greeting. By Josef Rheinberger 

Rhapsody. By Josef Rheinberger 

Heralds of Spring. By Josef Rheinberger 

The Lonely Shrine. By Josef Rheinberger . 

The Day of Rest. By Josef Rheinberger 

All Souls' Day. By Josef Rheinberger 

My Sweetheart of Olden Days. By Mark Bennett 

1 Aint 'Bliged to Stan' No Nigger Foolin'. By J. Frank 

Walsh. 



Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. Rieter-Biedermann, 

Leipzig. 

Do. 
Roland Rogers. 
Rohlfing Sons Music Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. H. Rosecrans, Dallas, Tex. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
R. B. Rudy & Son, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Gustav Arnold Von Rutsche- 
Birkheim, Detroit, Mich. 
Ryno & Co., New York. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
G. W. Setchell, Boston. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Shaw's Folio of Songs. No. 1 . 



Proprietors. 



Shaw's Folio of Songs. No. 2. Compiled and arranged 

by W. F. S. 
Sweet Marion's Bright Blue Eyes. By James C. Beckel.. 
Sweetest of Mothers Do Not Let Us Stray. By James 

C. Beckel. 

Almond Blossoms. By Guy D'Hardelot 

Impromptu. By Mark Hambourg 

Romance. By Mark Hambourg 

Adagio und Rondo. By C. M. v. Weber 

Idylle von H. Kjerulf 

Serenade. Von J. F. Schwencke 

Aquarellen. By Richard Lange 

Botschaft. By Carl Boh m. Fiir hohe Stimme 

La Capricieuse. By Alfred Mofl'att 

Ballade. By Alfred Moffat 

Fleur De Mai. By Alfred Moffatt 

Air Polonais. By Alfred Moffatt 

Abendlied. By Aug. Doring 

Don't Leave Your Heme To-Day. By Ed. Rogers 

Don't You See de Lub a Shinin' in Ma Eyes? By Chas. 

Gilbert. 

Fear Not Ye. By Frederick Locke Lawrence 

Sunshine Waltz. By Will L. Bush 

Sacrificed. By Will L. Bush 

Oh, Peter. By Felix McGlennon 

Come Back to Us, Sister, Again. By Felix McGlennon.., 
Since She's Been to New York. By Felix McGlennon.. 
Continental March. By Maurice H. Keller 

TeDeum Laudamus. By Rev. Lorin Webster 

Morn's Roseate Hues Have Decked the Sky. By Rev. 

Lorin Webster. 

Lullaby. By Rev. Lorin Webster 

Pastorale. By William W. Starmer 

It Needs but That. By Herman Perl et 

McKinley s March to the White House. By Lida 

Wheeler. 
Wedding Day March. By Lottie B. Fort , 

Belle of the Orient March. By Josie F. Abbott. Ar- 
ranged for orchestra by John Itzel. 
We All Have Troubles of Our Own. By Loren Bragdon. 

Sadie, My Lady. Arranged by F. W. Meacham 

She's Grace and Grace Itself. By Maurice Levi 

Rag Medley. Arranged by Max Hoffmann 

The Old Fashioned Mother. Arranged by E. Rueffer. 

Zither. 

Mr. Johnson. Arranged by E. Rueffer. Zither 

I Love You in the Same Old Way. By J. W. Bratton. 

Arranged by E. Rueffer. Zither. 

Sadie, My Lady. Arranged by Ph. Moos. Zither 

Love by Moonlight. By Chas. Durand. For 4 hands 

and (j hands. 

Trip to Melody Land. By B. F. McDowall 

Peasants Dance. By B. F. McDowall 

In Dreamland. By B. F. McDowall. 



W. F. Shaw Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 

James P. Shields. 
Do. 

G. Shirmer, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Carl Simon, Berlin. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do 
N. Simrock, Berlin. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Curt Staeglich, Leipzig. 

James Still man, New York. 
Thiebes-Stierlin Music Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Thompson & Lawrence. 
Thompson Music Company, 
Chicago. 

Do. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
O. H. Unger & Son, 

Reading, Pa. 
Lorin Webster, 

Plymouth, N. H. 

Do. 

Do. 
Weeks & Co., London. 

N. Weinstein, New York. 
Lida Wheeler, 

Palmyra, Nebr. 
Geo. Willig & Co., 

Baltimore, Md. 
Do. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
E. Witzmann & Co. , 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pkoprietobs. 



Happy Thoughts. By B. F. McDowall E. Witzmann & Co., 

Memphis, Term. 

Fairies Lullaby. By B. F. McDowall Do. 

Call of the Birds. By B. F. McDowall Do. 

Brownies Patrol. By B. F. McDowall | Do. 

Birdie's Serenade. By B. F. McDowall Do. 

The Concert Violinist. By August Wolf Aug. Wolf, Valparaiso, Ind. 

The Scorcher. By Theo. A. Metz Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 
All Coons Look Alike to Me. By Ernest Hogan. Auto- C. F. Zimniermann Company. 

harp. Dolgeville, N. Y. 

Olcott's Fly Song. By Chauncey Olcott. Autoharp Do. 

Honey, You'se Ma Lady Love. By Nat. Mann. Auto- Do. 

harp. 

Kate O'Donoghue. By Chauncey Olcott. Autoharp Do. 

Grosses Concert. By Ferd. Biichner Jul. Heinr. Zimmermaun, 

Leipzig. 

Gavotte. By Moritz Kohler Do. 

Melodie. By Moritz Kohler Do. 

Intermezzo. By Moritz Kohler Do. 

Gondoliera. By Moritz Kohler Do. 

Nocturne. By Moritz Kohler Do. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



The Soul in the Till. By Harry C. Baker 

Ebony Flats and Black Sharps. By George W. Goode .. 

The Darktown Bicycle Club Scandal. By Mary B. Home. 

Bachelor Maids. By Esther B. Tiffany 

A Gentle Jury. By Arlo Bates 

A Tell-Tale Eyebrow. By Esther B. Tiffany. 

Diarmid. By the Marquis of Lome 

A Question of Dollars. By L. J. Hollenius 

A Count or a Pauper. By Franklin P. Patterson 



Henry Charles Baker, 

Iowa City, Iowa. 
Walter H. Baker & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Boosey&Co., London. 

L. J. Hollenius, New York. 
Franklin P. Patterson, 

New York. 



MAPS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Map of Alaska and Portion of Northwest Territory 

Breck's Map of Milton, Mass. 1897 

Bushnell's Complete Map of Fairmount Park. 1897 

Map of the City of Detroit, Mich. 1897 

North America 

Bicycle Road-Map : Hudson, N. Y., to Bellows Falls, Vt. 

Map of Alaska 

Map of the Yukon Gold Belt 

Yukon Gold Fields 



O. P. Anderson Map and Blue 
Print Co., Seattle, Wash. 
Chas. E. C. Breck, 

Milton, Mass. 
Alvah Bushnell Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Calvert Litho. and Engraving 
Company, Detroit, Mich. 
W. B. Conkey Co. , Chicago. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 
Frank E. Lodetti, New York. 
A. L. McDonald & Co. , 

San Francisco. 
Revilo Frederick Morton, 

San Francisco. 



23 

MAPS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Map of Calvary Cemetery and Entrance Streets A. Murray. 

Gorham, Me. July, 1897 Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 

Colchester, Conn. July, 1897 i Do. 

Stafford Springs. July, 1897 ' Do. 

Laurel, Del. July. 1897 Do. 

Vanceburg, Kv. July, 1897 Do. 

Cardington, Ohio. July, 1897 Do. 

Seaford, Del. July, 1897 Do. 

Glen Lyon, Pa. June, 1897 Do. 

McCook, Nebr. July, 1897 Do. 



ENGRAVINGS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



The Banks of the Dordogne at Siorac. 5 by 31... Jean Boussod, Manzi, joyam 

& Co. , Paris, France. 

The Virgin Do. 

The Young Soldier. 20 by 14 Do. 

Three Years After. 20} by 14 Do. 

The Corn-Flowers. 3^ by 5 Braun, Clement & Co., 

Paris, France. 

The Divine Apprentice. 4| by 6J Virginie Demont-Breton, 

Paris, France. 

A Midsummer Night. 4^ by 6 Ridgway Knight, 

Poissy, France. 

On the Delaware ,.. E. Post, Philadelphia. 

Castellane with His Family. 7] by 4} Henry Teme, Paris, France. 

An Idyll of 1715. 19| by 14} J. S. Virtue & Co., 

London, England. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors/ 



The Old Alden House C. M. Alexander, Boston. 

Our Confederate Dead A. A. Brack, 

San Antonio, Tex. 

Talk of the Late War and Relics. Nos. 1 and 2 A. Carlewitz. 

Christian Orphans' Home. Nos. 1 and 2 T. A. Carlson, 

Holdrege, Nebr. 

The Castle of the Grail Curtis & Camerou. Boston. 

Suburban Handicap. 1897 Thomas A. Edison. 

Orange, N. J. 

Free-for-all Race at Charter Oak Do. 

Buffalo Police on Parade.. Do. 

Sheep Run. Chicago Stockyards Do. 

Waterfall in the Catskills Do. 

Falls of Minnehaha Do. 

Armour's Electric Trolley ,..- Do. 

Coiner Madison and State Streets. Chicago Do. 

Buffalo Stockyards Do. 

Cattle Driven to Slaughter Do. 

Racing at Sheepshead Bay Do. 

Philadelphia Express, New Jersey Central Railroad Do. 

Grant wal dumper j Do. 

Buffalo Fire Department in Action Do. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopbietoes. 



Old and New Boston 

Marion Ballon. Nos. 1-3 

Arthur, Jr. No. 2 

Alice Richter Smy the 

Portrait of Mary French Field 

Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga 

Baptism of Pocahontas 

Declaration of Independence 

Landing of Columbus 

General Washington Resigning His Commission 

Surrender of Lord Cornwallis 

Discovery of the Mississippi River 

Embarkation of the Pilgrims 

Mt. Tacoma. Puyallup Reservation. No. 176 

Mt. Tacoma. N. P. Headquarters Building. No. 180., 
U. S. Battleship "Iowa." Nos. 16769, 16770, 16771, 
16772, 16773, 16774. 

Crissie Carlyle. Nos. 1-5 

Memories 

391. El Capitan, Yosemite Valley 

417. Niagara Fall s 

2469. Shooting the Shutes 

2496. The Capitol, Washington City 

4214. Palm Drive, San Bernardino 

421 5. San Bernardino Valley 

4225. Whirlpool Rapids 

4300. Orange Blossoms and Fruit 

4307. The Date Palm 

4316. Island of Santa Catalina 

4318. Seal Rocks .' 

4322. The Old Folks at Home 

5000. Bridal Veil Fall 

5001. The Fleecy Whiteness Tinged With Emerald Green 

5007. The Fallen Monarch 

5008. El Capitan and Merced River 

5009. El Capitan and Bridal Veil Fall 

5013. The Sentinel 

5020. Ten-ie-ya Canon and Half Dome 

5021 . Upper Cascade 

5029. Looking Up the Valley 

5032. Playing "Married"..' 

5037. Elk's' Grand Parade 

5038. Elks' Grand Parade 

5048. Cliff House and Seal Rocks 

5049. Christian Endeavor Convention Hall 

5060. Welcome to Christian Endeavors 

5064 For Christ and the Church 

5070. We are Soldiers of the Cross 

5071. We are Marching in the Light 

Group of Lawn Tennis Players 

Mother Bickerdy ke Day 

Sweet Harmony 

Happy Hours 

Before the Conquest 

Divine Inspiration 

Minion 



D. Jerome Elwell, Boston. 
B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 
Fred D. Foss, Chicago. 

Floride Green, New York. 
G. C. Hazelton, Jr., & H. F. 
Kennedy, 

Washington City. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
A. Ludden, 

Do. 
William H. 



Tacoma, Wash 



Rau, 

Philadelphia. 
J. Schloss, New York. 

W. C. Shafer, 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
B. L. Singley, Meadville, Pa. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Smith & Miller, Boston. 

Gay A. Spencer, 

Russell, Kaus. 
L. S. Stein, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do, 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Black Hawk Switch Back A, H. Thomas, 

Central City, Colo. 

Stove and Money Chests Found at Pompeii Underwood & Underwood , 

New York. 

Milking the Goats in the Streets of Naples Do. 

Eve. By Villa. Campo Santo Do. 

Aqueduct of Claudius Do. 

Statue of Charles X, Gustav, and Hotel Cromer Do. 

Balustrades to the Rostra Do. 

A Street in Naples Do. 

An Everyday Scene in the Streets of Naples Do. 

Steelyards and Scales Found at Pompeii Do. 

Victims of the Great Disaster on August 24, 79, A. D Do. 

Excavation Workers, Pompeii Do. 

Columns to Temple of Castor Do. 

Beautiful Twisted Columns Do. 

The Archangel Michael Do. 

Agony, the Famous Group of Laocoon Do. 

The Grotto Fountains Do. 

Looking Into the Awful Crater of Vesuvius Do. 

In the Ancient Campo Santo Do. 

" Life and Death," Campo Santo Do. 

Ruins of House of Olconius Do. 

The Right Aisle, St. Peter's Church Do. 

Beautiful Home of Vettiorum Do. 

New Gallery of Candelahri Do. 

Michael Angelo's Famous ' ' Last Judgment ' ' Do. 

White Sulphur Beds Do. 

Forum and Capitol, Rome Do. 

The Casbio del Papa, Rome Do. 

The Famous Bull, Naples, Italy Do. 

St. Peter's, from the Vatican Gardens ' Do. 

The Sistine Chapel Do. 

Among Treasures of Art in the Vatican I Do. 

The Holy of Holies Do. 

Wonderful Mosaic Do. 

Old Crater of Vesuvius Do. 

Ancient Harbor Chain Do. 

Palatine Hill from the Colosseum Do. 

The Famous Leaning Tower and Venerable Cathedral ■ Do. 

The Gallery, Palace of the Prince of Colonna Do. 

Corridor in the Cappuccino Catacombs Do. 

Corvetto Place Do. 

View from the Colosseum Do. 

The Great Altar Do. 

Columns of the Temple of Saturn and Arch of Septimus Do. 

Severus. 

Columns of Temple of Saturn and Section of Arch of Do. 

Septimus Severus. 

Grand Corridor . Do. 

Villa's Resurrection in the Beautiful Campo Santo Do. 

St. Peter's Greatest Miracle I Do. 

Summer Home of the Holy Father... Do. 

The Cherubs at the Holy Water Basins Do. 

The Tiber '. Do. 

The Western End of the Roman Forum Do. 

Looking Into the Old Crater of Vesuvius Do. 

Surgical Instruments Found in a Physician's Home Do. 

Cooking Utensils Found at Pompeii Do. 

Model, Ruins of Pompeii j Do. 

4 T E 



26 

PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 

i 
Titles. Proprietors. 



Our Wholesome Macaroni Drying in the Dirty Streets 
of Naples, Italy. 

Country Life Along the Apian Way 

Principal Square and Ancient Radkus 

" The Triumph of Death " 

The Triumphal Arch of Constantine. Nos. 1 and 2 

The Mighty Colosseum. Nos. 1 and 2 

Grand Colonnade. Nos. 1 and 2 

( )n the Eoad to Vesuvius. Nos. 1 and 2 

Gallery of Statues, Vatican . Nos. 1 and 2 

Skirmishing near "The Monasteries in the Air" 

The Vatican Palace. Nos. 1 and 2 

Rome, the Eternal City. Nos. 1 and 2 

Interior, Colosseum 

General View of the Forum from the Capitol 

Entrance to the Vatican Museum 

Harbor of Genoa from the Rosazza Gardens 

Statue of Columbus 

In the Wilderness of Lava 

Bower of St. Anthony 

The Colosseum and Arch of Constantine 

The Nave of St. Peters 

The Harbor Malnio , 

The Famous Hercules 

A Street Macaroni Restaurant 

Beautiful Venus of Gallipide 

The Old Wheel Tracks, Pompeii. Nos. 1 and 2 

The Inner Court, Home of Marcus Lucrezio 

Along the Apian Way 

Picturesque Young Romans 

A View from the Inside of the Crater of Vesuvius 

Tomb of Clement XIII 



Underwood & Uhderwood, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



LITHO GRAPH S . 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



The Flower of the Woods 

The Three Generations 

Fairy Land Scroll Puzzle. Nos. 1, 2, 3., 
Jesus and John 



Jesus Tempted 

Beginning of the Ministry of Jesus , 

The Beatitudes 

How to Pray 

Our Father's Care 

The Call of Matthew 

The Twelve Sent Forth 

Warning and Invitation 

Jesus and the Sabbath 

The Wheat and the Tares 

John the Baptist Beheaded 

Greetings from Lake George 



E. Frank Cox Company, 

New York. 
Koerner & Hayes, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 
Providence Litho. Company, 
Providence, R. I. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Strauss & McPherson, 

New York. 



27 



LITHOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



.]-sheet. "Hero," N. Y. No. 7635 Strobridge Litho. Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

.',-sheet. "Jag," N. Y. No. 7634 : Do. 

1-sheet. "Johnson," N. Y. No. 7668 Do. 

1-sheet. "Wilson," N. Y. No. 7679 \ Do. 



PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Ducks Joseph P. Knapp, New York. 

Asbnry Park, Ocean Grove, and Vicinity, N. J Landis & Hughes, 

Asbury Park, N. J. 

Sullivan & Weber H. C. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York. 

James T. Kelley as "The Girl" Do. 

Louis James in "A Cavalier of France " Do. 

Tom Nawn in "Shanty Town" Do. 

An Old Settler Do. 

Papinta Do. 

Beauty Butterfly Do. 

Mandolin Dance Do. 

Say, This no Job for Two Do. 

Three Bathers Do. 

Edwards and Conley Do. 

The Widow's Reception Do. 

The Execution at Sunrise Do. 

The White Coyote Lies \ Do. 

Wants Scripps-McRae League, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

On the Klondike Do. 

Canada in the "Hold-Up" Business Do. 

Vacations of Great Men Do. 

The Other Fellow Wants Him Do. 



CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



The Jones Political Chart ; Jones Chart Company, 

Denver, Colo. 

Cox's Strength of Gears. Computer i Cox Computer Company, 

New York. 

Medicine Time Chart j Charles E. Glentworth. 

The Sick Room Companion J. W. Mayne, Easton, Pa. 



DESIGNS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Arrangement for the Oriental Property. Chicago. 
3731. Ladies' Tea Gown or Wrapper 



3733. Child's Empire Dress. 
3736. Misses' Waist 



Harvey L. Page & Co. , 

Chicago. 
Standard Fashion Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 



28 

DESIGNS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



3738. 

3740. 
3741. 
3743. 
3746. 
3751. 
3757. 
3758. 
3759. 
3760. 
3761. 
3764. 
3765. 
3767. 
3772. 
3773. 



Ladies' Costume J Standard Fashion Company, 

New York. 

Ladies' Waist Do. 

Misses' Wrapper Do. 

Girls' Empire Dress Do. 

Misses' Dress Do. 

Ladies' Waist Do. 

Ladies' Costume Do. 

Ladies' Basque Do. 

Misses' Empire Dress Do. 

Misses Hubbard Wrapper Do. 

Ladies' Basque Do. 

Ladies' Russian Blouse Do. 

Ladies' Costume Do. 

Ladies' Blouse Waist Do. 

Misses' Russian Blouse Do. 

Ladies' Waist Do. 



CHKOMO. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Queen of the Adriatic. 



Woodbury E. Hunt, 

Concord. N. H. 



CUTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



B. F. J. ,B. S.J., B. S. K., B. S. M., B.S.N., B.S.P., 
B. S. R., B. S. S., B. S. U., B. S. Y., B. S. Z., B. T. G., 
B.T. H.. B.T.N. 



Standard Fashion Company. 
New York. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



AND 



OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, FROM AUGUST 9 TO AUGUST 14, 1897, INCLUSIVE, 
WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO 
COPIES IN THE OFFICE. 



:NTo. 319. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1897. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 
Division of Stationery , Printing, and Blanks 



BOOKS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



A Dictionary of American Authors. By Oscar Fay 

Adams. 
Coming to Christ. By Frances Ridley Havergal 

The American Word Book. By Calvin Patterson 

Student's Manual of Physics. By LeRoy C. Cooley 

School Reading by Grades. First Year. By James 

Baldwin. 
School Reading by Grades. Second Year. By James 

Baldwin. 
Elements of Civil Government. By Alex. L. Peterman.. 
Herd Register of •the American Jersey Cattle Club. 

Vol. 47. 
The American Short-Horn Herd Book. Vol. 41 

Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers. 

Vol. 37. 
Klondyke Nuggets. By Joseph Ladue 

Klondyke Facts. By Joseph Ladue 

Contract of Conditional Sale and Delivery 

The Living Substance. By Gwendolen Foulke Andrews. 
Barbara Blomberg. By George Ebers. Translated. 

By Mary J. Safford. 2 vols. 
M. Quad and Kembie Page 



All About the Woman of Fashion. By A. L. Woods 

Women Who Wield the Forceps. By Louise Betts 

Edwards. 

Floral Pieces at Small Cost. By Rene S. Parks 

For Books and Bric-a-Brac. By A. Harry Adams 

Two Boys and One Big Fish. By E. W. Mayo 

Not Good to Pet. By Clarence Pnllen 

Any Boy Can Make a Statue. By W. M. Clemens 

Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By E. P. Heaton 

Brother Hutchins. By W. W. Jacobs 

Richest Placers Hug the Arctic Circle. By Thomas G. 

Allen, Jr. 

Paris to Have Freak Bridge. By H. D. Jones. 

Unique Keystones of the New Congressional Library. 

By Anna N. Benjamin. 

Will Meet Next Week. By G. G. Bain 

Effect of Earthquake on Sky Scrapers. By E. H. 

Mullin. 

Old Soldiers Meet in Troy. By A. J. Meister 

Reindeer the Salvation of the Starving Miners. By 

Anna M. Benjamin. 
M emorandum of Agreement 



Oscar Fay Adams, Boston. 

Henry Altemus, 

Philadelphia. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
American Jersey Cattle Club, 
New York. 
American Short-Horn Breed- 
ers Ass'n, Springfield, 111. 
American Society of Civil 
Engineers, New York. 

American Technical Hook 
Company, New York. 

Do. 
Frank E. Anderson, 

Alexandria, Va. 
Gwendolen Foulke Andrews. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
-Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



Chas. F. Bachmau, 

Decatur, 



HI. 



(3) 



4 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietobs. 



General Catalogue of School Books 

The Lieu Laws of the State of New York 

The Road Laws of California. Amended in 1897 

Statutory Revision of the Laws of New York, Affecting 

Railroads. 
The Lady of the Camellias. By Alexander Dumas 

Sapho : Parisian Customs. By Alphonse Daudet 

Chats with Inventors. By Wallace A. Bartlett 

Half Dime Library. Nos. 1045, 1046 

Dime Library. Nos. 980, 981 

Hand-Buch fur das Deutsche IN otariat. in Amerika. June, 

1897. 
American Electrical Cases. With Annotations. Vol. 6, 

Benedict's Short Hand Practice Book. No. 1 

Minnesota Reports. Vol. 64 

The Bible Study Manual. Vol. 7, No. 9 

The Three Great Apostles. Vol. 7, No. 9 

Singing by the Way 

An Historical Outline. The Woman's Medical College 

of Pennsylvania. By Clara Marshall. 
Marie 

Who Steals My Purse Steals Trash. By Edith Rede 

Buckley. 
Three Wellesley Girls. By Anna May Hunt. Chaps. 

13-14. 

The Christian. By Hall Caine 

Outline Guide to the Study of English Lyric Poetry. 

By Frederic Ives Carpenter. 

Napoleon. By William M. Sloane. Part 19. 

The Christianized Man's Perfect Monetary Science. By 

Charles F. Chew. 
Course in Literature and Literary Criticism. 12 — 

Nathaniel Hawthorne. Biography. By John Ebenezer 

Bryant. 
Course in Popular and Applied Science. By William J. 

Hopkins — 

18— Clouds 

19 — Forests 

School Ideas : A Teacher's Course. 1 — Children and 

Education. 
The Age of the Renascence. By Paul Van Dyke 

All About the K. M. T., America's Leading Secret 

Society. 
Illustrated Catalogue No. 12 of Knights of Pythias 

Lodge Supplies. 
In the Days of the Pioneers. By Edward S. Ellis 

A Rebellion in Dixie. By Harry Castlemon 

Tea Tips 



Baker & Taylor Company, 

New York. 

Baker, Voorhis & Co. , 

New York. 

Baucroft- Whitney Company, 
San Francisco. 

Banks & Bros. , New York 

George Barrie & Son, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
W. A. Bartlett, 

Washington City. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 
Charles Beck, Chicago. 

Matthew Bender, 

Albany, N. Y. 
C. E. Benedict, 

Canton, S. Dak. 
Albert Berg, Secretary of the 

State of Minnesota. 
Bible Study Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Do. 
F. A. Blackmer, Boston. 
P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
R. F. J. Bostelmann, 

Belleville, N. J. 
Edith Rede Buckley. 

C. O. Burton. 

Hall Caine. 

Frederic Ives Carpenter, 

Chicago. 

Century Co., New York. 

Charles F. Chew Publishing 

Company, Philadelphia. 

Chicago Record, Chicago. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Christian Literature Com- 
pany, New York. 
A. B. Church, 

Hallowell, Me. 
Cincinnati Regalia Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Henry T. Coates&Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa Com- 
pany, Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Emanations from an Engine Room. By J. M. Coffield... 
Mine Ventilation — Part 1, Key. Second Edition 



Stenography — Lesson 6. Qnestiou Paper. First Edition. 

Stenography — Lesson 6. Instruction Paper. First Edi- 
tion. 

Dynamos and Motors— Part 1. Instruction Paper 

Dynamos and Motors — Part 2. Instruction Paper 

Dynamos and Motors — Part 3. Instruction Paper 

The Official Guide to the Klondyke Country and the 
Gold Fields of Alaska. 

Primary Number Drill 

Campaigning for Christ. By J. V. Coombs 

King of Financier 

Bright Threads. By Julia H. Johnston 

Tales from Hans Andersen 

Tangle wood Tales. By Nathaniel Hawthorne 

The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard. By Anatole France. 

Translated by Arabella Ward. 
The Founding of the German Empire by William I. 

By Heinrich Von Sybel. Vol. 6. 
A Master of Indirection. By T. Austin Daily. Chaps. 

21-22. 
Modern Persia. By Rabbi Mooshie G. Daniel 

Elements of Complex Quantities and Vectors. By 
Franz J. Dommerque. 

The Signs Which Follow. By John Hamlin Dewey 

The California Bear Calendar. 1897 

Animal Land Where There Are No People. By Kathe- 

rine and Sybil Corbet. 
The Librarian of the Sunday School. By Martha 

Thorne Wheeler. 

Miss Theodora Ernst's French Conversation Cards 

The Missing Heiress. Translated from the German of 

Adalbert Holm by J. La Rose. Nos. 31 and 3i. 
The Silver Side. 1900 Campaign Text Book. By Col. 

Dorus M. Fox. 

Our Uncle Sam. By H. R. Fuller 

The Ancient Mariner. By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 

Edited by Andrew J. George. 
Offener Schreibebrief des Philipp Sauerampter 

The Effect of Money. By John D. Gill 

Graham's Alaska "Gold Fields" Guide 

The Irish Jig. By Prof. H. N. Grant 

Artistic Song and Dance. By Prof. H. N. Grant 

How to Keep a Pipe Good Natured, and How to Color a 

Meerschaum. By A Smoker. 
The Early History of Amateur Base Ball in the State of 

Maryland. By Wm. Ridgely Griffith. 1858-1871. 
Talking Tartly , 



Peopbietoes. 



A Syllabus of Physical Geography. By Christopher W. 

Hall and William F. Kunze. 
Organic Chemistry for the Laboratory. By W. A. Noyes. 
European and American Guide to Health 



J. M. Coffield, Bellaire,Ohio. 

Colliery Engineer Company, 

Scranton, Pa. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

W. B. Conkey Company, 

Chicago. 
Catherine J. Coolidge. 
J. V. Coombs, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Thomas Crepar. 
T. Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

T. Austin Daily. 

Mooshie G. Daniel, 

Wheaton, 111. 
Fred De Land. 

E. L. C. Dewey, New York. 
Dodge Book and Stationery 
Company, San Francisco. 
E. P. Dutton & Co., 

New York. 
Eaton & Mains, New York. 

Theodora Ernst. 
S. Feinberg& Co., 

New York. 
D. M. Fox, Des Moines, Iowa. 

H. R. Fuller, Princeton, Mo. 



German Plate and Press Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. 
J. D. Gill, Chicago. 

J. F. Graham, Chicago. 

H. N. Grant, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Do. 
Arthur Gray, New York. 

William Ridgely Griffith, 

Baltimore, Md. 
Grit Publishing Company, 

Williamsport, Pa. 

C. W. Hall and W. F. Kunze, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Edward Hart, Easton. Pa. 

N. D. Haskell, Philadelphia, 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



National Graded Course for the Pianoforte. Grades 2 

and 3. 
Herbene Premium List 



The Birthright. By Joseph Hocking 

Harrison, Kearny, and Arlington Directory. 1898 



Hermann und Dorothea. Von Goethe. Edited by Cal- 
vin Thomas. 
Hooper's Dental Eecord Chart 



The Johns Hopkins Reports. Vol. 6. 



The Pied Piper of Hamelin and Other Poems. By Rob- 
ert Browning. 
Liberty Bell. By Cora Merriam Howes 



Hoye's Street and Avenue Directory of Kansas City. 

Hughes' Kansas City Views. 1897 Edition 

The Hyacinth Remedies 



The Insurance Herald Hand Book of Michigan. For 

1897. 
The First Wealth is Health 



The Trade in Live Stock. 



The Mosaic System and the Macrocosmic Cross. By 
Edward B. Latch. 

Dawn a New Era ; 

Lehman's System of Practical Writing 

Alaska. By Douglas Lindsey 



The Yersin Phono-Rhythmic Method of French Pro- 
nunciation, Accent, and Diction. By M. and J. Yersin 

The Origin of Disease. By Arthur V. Meigs 

The True Story of U. S. Grant. By Elbridge S. Brooks.. 

Irish Tales and Folk Stories. By Clarence L. Lower 

Alaska and the Yukon Valley 



McLeod and Happy Hollow. By Norman E. McLeod.... 

Neither Widow nor Wife. By M. E. O. Malen. Chaps. 

31,32. 
Mallory's Real Estate List Book 



Peopbietoes. 



Maloney's Charlotte City Directory. 1897-98. Vol. 5... 

The Rational Treatment of Gastric and Intestinal Dis- 
orders. By Charles Marchaud 
The Gold Fields of the Klondike. By John W. Leonard.. 



Circular of "The Prisoner of Zenda' 
Beets vs. Rice. Chap. 11 



Story of the State. Chap. 11. 



Ready Reference and Hand Book of the Klondyke and 
Alaskan Gold Fields. 



Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Herbene Pharmacal Com- 
pany, New York. 
Joseph Hocking. 
Holbrook Newark Directory 
Company, Newark, N. J. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
Josephus Hooper, 

Louisville, Ky. 
Johns Hopkins Press, 

Baltimore. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston . 
Cora Merriam Howes, 

Washington City. 
Hoye Directory Company, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Hughes Publishing C o m - 

pany, Kansas City, Mo. 

Hyacinth Medical Company, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Insurance Herald Company, 

Louisville, Ky. 

Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Woolen 

System Co.. New York. 

Kansas City Star Company, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Edward B. Latch, 

Philadelphia. 
J. Thomas Lee, Boston. 

H. B. Lehman. 
Douglas Lindsey, 

Stockton, C'al 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Lothrop Pub. Co., Boston. 
Clarence L. Lower. 
McLean & Harrison, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
N. E. McLeod, 

Hot Springs, Ark. 
M. E. O. Malen. 

J. H. Mallory, 

Wakefied. Nebr 
Maloney Directory Company, 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Charles Marchaud, 

New York. 
A. N. Marquis & Co. , 

Chicago. 
Anna Delony Martin, Boston 
Charles Hamilton Merry, 

St. Louis," Mo. 
Milwaukee Sentinel Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Phil. S. Montague. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Old Book. By James H. Mooers 

Old Times in the Eed Eiver Valley. By M. H. Morrill. 
Chaps. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 

Literature Game. By A. W. Mumford 

Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 714 

Loosening Teeth, or Chronic Alveolitis. By Dr. Henry 

S. Nash. Vol. 1. 
An Altruist. By Ouida 

Two Strange Adventurers. By Kinahan Cornwallis 

Paola Corletti. By Alice Howard Hilton 

One of Earth's Daughters. By Ellen Eoberts 

Utopia, a Eomance of To-Day. By Frank Eosewater.. . . 
Corporations Under the Laws of New Jersey 

Das Bild im Wasser. By Wilhelni Zenfen. Part 8 

Poetical Works. By Miss Mary Ann O'Byrne. Second 

Edition. 
Phenomena of Nature. Edited by William Denovan.... 
The Prince of the Pin Elves. By Charles Lee Sleight... 

The Golden Dog. By William Kirby 

Designs for Business Buildings. No. 1 

The First Law. By H. D. Patee 

Faith and Works 

The Printorial Arts 

Library of the World's Best Literature. Charles Dud- 
ley Warner, Editor. Vols. 15 and 16. 

Art Made Easy 

Wool Market Eeview. 1897 •. 

Eeminiscences of Society in New York. By an old New 
Yorker. 21 — New York Society Poets and New York 
Society Physicians. 

Photoscopic Educator. Programs Nos. 107,108,109 

The Second Keader for Primary Schools. By M. A. 
Newell. 

The Best Food for Breakfast 

A True Germ Flour 

The Prang Standard of Colors. Special Edition. 1897 .. 
The Prang Course in Drawing. Nos. 1-3 

The Prang Elementary Course in Art Instruction. Nos. 
2, 3. 

London is Profoundly Shocked 

Dillon to the World 

Will Confer on Silver 

Goelet's Boyal Guests 

McKinley 's Condolence 

Gen. Woodford Silent 

Klondike — Past, Present, Future — As She Sees It 

Halted at the Threshold 

May Be a Eow on Dyea Trail 

Deserts for Klondike 



Proprietors. 



James H. Mooers, New York. 
M. H. Morrill. 

A. W. Mumford, Chicago. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Henry S. Nash, New York. 

F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
New Jersey Corporation 
Guarantee and Trust Com- 
pany, Camden, N. J. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Mary Ann O'Byrne, 

Watervliet, N. Y. 
F. Oldbach, Sr. 
L. C. Page & Co., Boston. 

Do. 
W. E. Parsons & Son Com- 
pany, Des Moines, Iowa. 
H. D. Patee, 

Boise City, Idaho. 
Charles Brodie Patterson, 

New York. 
William M. Patton, 

Philadelphia. 
K. S. Peale & J. A. Hill, 

New York. 
Eugene Pearl, New York. 
F. Nathaniel Perkins, Boston. 
Morris Phillips & Co. , 

-New York. 

Photoscopic Educator Co. 
John B. Piet, Baltimore, Md. 

C. A. Pillsbury, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Do. 

L. Prang, Boston. 

Prang Educational Company, 

Boston. 

Do. 

Press Pub. Co., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Mary Lamb 

Lesson 4 — In the Course for Firemen. 



Peopeietohs. 



Lesson 4 — In the Course for Engineers 

Handv Guide to the New England States. 



American Negligence Reports. Current Series. Edited 

by John M. Gardner. 
Even So, Come. By the late Rev. John MacNeil 



Yet Speaking. By A. J. Gordon. 
The First Hats of Autumn 



Insurance Maps of Rockford, 111. 1897. 



An American Text-Book of Surgery. Edited by William 

W. Keen and J. William White. 
The Lumberman's Universal Rate Book — 

Eastern Edition. August, 1897 



Western Edition. August, 1897 

The Model History. By Edward Taylor. 



Taxation of the People for the Benefit of a Class. By 
Thomas Sharp. 

The Modern Spelling Book. By J. N. Hunt and H. I. 
Gourley. 

The New Franklin Primer and First Reader. By Loomis 
J. Campbell. 

The New Franklin Second Reader. By Loomis J. 
Campbell 

The New Franklin Third Reader. By Loomis J. 
Campbell. 

Supplement to Shepard's Connecticut Annotations, con- 
tained in vol. 68. 

Supplement to Shepard's Virginia Annotations, con- 
tained in vol. 93. 

Geo. Southwell's Model Orchestra Book — 

Piano 



Bass and tuba 

First and second altos 

Viola and drums 

Trombone 

Cornets 

B flat clarinets 

Flute and 'cello 

Second violin 

First violin 

West Virginia Reports. Vol. 42 

The Eye of Istar. By William Le Queux. 



Owners — Sprinkled. 



Occupants — Ordinary.., 

Owners' Insurance Contract. C, E, and F.. 

Storage Insurance Contract 

Limited Liability Insurance Contract , 

Stop and Think 



G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 
Railway Correspondence 
School, New York. 

Do. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Remick & Schilling, 

New York. 
Fleming H. Revell Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Ryman Interview Syndicate, 
New York. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 

E. J. Schuster Printing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo 
Do 
Scott, Foresman & Co., 

Chicago. 
Thomas Sharp, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Sheldon & Co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Frank Shepard, Chicago. 
Do. 



Geo. Southwell, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
State of West Virginia. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
I. Tanenbaum, Son & Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
W. E. Thompson, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Everybody's Friend 

A List of Windows and Extracts from Letters and 
Newspapers. 

Old and New Psychology. By W. J. Colville 

Typewriter Inspection Company, Circular 

United Slates Circuit Courts of Appeals Reports. Vol. 

24. 
What to Do and How to Do It 

Application for Open Foreign Cotton Police 

Cotton Marine Insurance Form No. 1 

Cotton Marine Insurance Form No. 2 

T'other and Which. By Frances Swann Williams. 

Chaps. 3, 4, 5, 6. 
Exiled to Siberia. By William Murray Graydon. 

Chaps. 7-9. 
Almost a Nun. By Mrs. Julia McNair Wright 



Proprietors. 



Chas. H. Thorburn, Chicago. 
Tiffany Glass and Decorating 
Company, New York. 

Frederic G. Tuttle. 
Typewriter Inspection Com- 
pany, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
John L. Whiting & Son 
Company, Boston. 

Albert Willcox & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
F. S. Williams. 

Woolfall Publishing Com- 
pany. 
Mrs. Julia McNair Wright. 



PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of titles.) 



ABC Pathfinder and' Dial. August 9-15, 1897 

Amateur Athlete. August 12, 1897 

American Agriculturist. August 14, 1897 

American Amateur Photographer. August, 1897 

American Architect and Building News. August 7, 1897.. 

American Field. August' 14, 1897 

American Home Journal. August, 1897 

American Law Review. July- August, 1897 

American Machinist. August 12, 1897 

American Medico-Surgical Bulletin. August l'», 1897.... 
American Stock-Keeper. August 14, 1897 

Architecture and Building. August 7, 1897 

Argosy. September, 1897 

Army and Navy Weekly. August 14, 1897 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 37, No. 14 

Ave Maria. August 14, 1897 

_ 

Babyland. August, 1897 

Banking World. August, 1897 

Baptist Union. August 14, 1897 

Bearings, the Cycling Authority of America. August '■ 

5, 1897. 
Biblical World. August, 1897 

- 

2 T E 



New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

Amateur Athlete News Com- 
pany, New York. 

Orange Judd Co., New York. 

Outing Co., New York. 

American Architect and 
Building News Co., Boston. 

American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 

W. B. Conkey Co., Chicago. 

Review Pub. Co., St. Louis. 

American Machinist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Bulletin Pub. Co., New York. 

American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

W. T. Comstock, New York. 

Frank A. Munsey,New York. 

Howard, Ainslee & Co., 

New York. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 

D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 

Vechten Waring, New York. 

Henry E. Brown, New York. 

Baptist Young People's 
Union, Chicago. 

Bearings Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Black Cat. September, 1897 

Boston Cooking School Magazine. August-September, 

1897. 
Boston Sunday Globe. Augusts, 1897 



Pbopeietoes. 



Shortstory Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Boston Cooking School Mag- 
azine, Boston. 

Globe Newspaper Company, 
Boston. 



Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 



Brooklyn Life. August 14, 1897 

Cassier's Magazine. August, 1897 

Catholic News. August 8, 11, 15, 1897 

Central Law Journal. August 6 and 13, 1897. 
Child's Quarterly. Vol. 7, No. 4 



Christian Herald. August 11, 1897.. 
Christian Literature. August, 1897. 



Bradstreet's, a Journal of Trade, Finance, and Public 
Economy. August 7 and 14, 1897. 

British-Caiifornian . J uly- August, 1897 | British-Cahforman Publish- 

mg Co., ban rraucisco. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cassier Magazine Company, 

New York. 
Catholic News Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Bible Study Publishing Co., 

Boston. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Christian Literature Com- 
pany. New York. 
Church Economist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Peter Feuelon Collier, 

New York. 
Commercial and Financial Chronicle. August 7 and 14, j William B. Dana Company 

1897. B I „ Newark. 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. Quotation Supple- Do. 

ment August 7, 1897. : . , 

Concert-Goer. August 1, 1897 Wilcox, Haigh&Ellery Com- 

pany, JNew i orR. 

Connecticut Reports. Part 2. August 7, 1897 Charles Phelps Secretary of 

the State ot Connecticut. 



Church Economist. August 5 and 12, 1897 



Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. August 6 and 13, 

1897. 
Collier's Weekly. August 12, 1897 



Cordage Trade Journal. 



Augusts, 1897 : Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 



Cut Gems for Sermon Setting. August, 1897 i George W. Plack Troy, N. Y. 

Cycling Gazette. August 12, 1897 j Emil Grossman & ■ Bro _ 

J ° Cleveland, Ohio. 

Daily Racing Form. August 6-13, 1897 Frank HBiunell, Chicago. 

Decade and Calendar Leaflets. September, 1897 Apostleskip of I rayer 

New York. 

Digest of Physical Tests and Laboratory Practice. July, Frederick A. Eiehle, 

? 97 J Philadelphia. 

Dry Goods Economist. August 7, 1897 j Textile Publishing Company, 

■' New l ork. 

Eastern State Journal. August 7, 1897 Charles D Hartou, . 

White Plains, N. \. 



August 12, 1897 Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 



Electrical Engineer. 

Electrical World. August 7, 1897 W. J- Johnston Company, 

New \ ork. 

Engineering Record. August 14, 1897 Engineering Record, 

° ° New York. 

European .Architecture. August, 1897 Smith & Packard, Chicago. 

Every Where. August, 1897 | Will Carleton^^ ^ ^ 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Family Story Paper. August 21, 1897 

Farm Implement News. August 12, 1897 

Farm Machinery. August 10, 1897 

Farmer. August 14, 1897 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 81, Nos. 2 and 3 

Forest and Stream. August 14, 1897 

Furniture Trade Review. August 10, 1897 

Garden and Forest. August 11, 1897 

Golden Hours. August 14, 1897 

Golden Rule. August 5 and 12, 1897., 

Golfing. August 7, 1897 

Good Housekeeping. August, 1897 

Good Literature. August, 1897 

Granite Monthly. August, 1897 

Great Round World. August 12, 1897 

Grocers' Regulator. August 5 and 12, 1897 

Happy Days. August 28, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. August 14, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. August 10, 1897 

Harper's Weekly. August 14, 1897 

Home Study Magazine. August, 1897 

Hoosier Guest Monthly. August, 1897 

Horseman. August 10, 1897 

House Beautiful, a Magazine of Art and Artisanship .... 
Hub. August, 1897 

Illustrated American. August 14,1 897 

Illustrated Buffalo Express August 7 and 8, 1897 

Illustrated Electrical Review. August 11, 1897 

Illustrated Police News. August 14, 1897 

Jewelers' Circular. August 11, 1897 

Jewelers' Weekly. August 11, 1897 

Jewish Comment. August 6 and 13, 1897 

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. August, 1897.. 

Journal of the American Medical Association. August 
7, 1897. 

Judge. August 14 and 21, 1897 

Land of Sunshine. August, 1897 

Lawyers' Reports Annotated. June 15, 1897 



Proprietors. 



Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Midland Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Orange Judd Co., Chicago. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Review Pub. Co., New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Golden Rule Co., Boston. 
Golfing Company, New York. 
Clark W. Bryan Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
F. M. Lupton, New York. 
Granite Monthly Company, 

Concord, N. H. 
William Beverley Harison, 

New York. 
Reid, Murdoch & Co., 

Chicago. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros. , New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scran ton, Pa. 
Hoosier Publishing Com- 
pany, Seymour, Ind. 
Chicago Horseman News- 
paper Company, Chicago. 
Klapp & Co., Chicago. 
Trade News Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Lorillard Spencer. New York. 
Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Electrical Review Publishirg 
Company, New York. 

Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Trades Weekly Company, 

New York 
"The Publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 
Charles Henry Brown, 

New York. 
American Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
Land of Sunshine Publish- 
ing Co., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. 



12 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Legal Intelligencer. August 13, 1897. 
Leslie's Weekly. August 12, 1897.... 



Little Men and Women. August, 1897.. 
McCall's Magazine. September, 1897... 
Mackey ABC Guide. August 14, 1897. 
Mail and Express. August 7, 1897 



Marine Engineering. August, 1897. 

Medical News. August 14, 1897 

Medical Record. August 14, 1897... 



Messenger of the Sacred Heart. September, 1897. 



Messenger of the Sacred Heart. Supplement. Sep- 
tember, 1897. 
Monthly Blotter. August, 1897 



Municipal Record and Advertiser. August 14, 189* 
Musical Age. August 5 and 12, 1897 



National Engineer. August, 1897 

National Police Gazette. August 21, 1897 

New England Circuit Guide. Yol. 2, Nos. 9 and 10. 
New England Homestead. August 14, 1897 



New England Master- Builder. August 7, 1897.. 
New York Clipper. August 14, 1897 



New York Herald. August 7-13, 1897. 



New York Journal. August 7-13, 1897. 
New York Ledger. August 14, 1897 



New York Medical Journal. August 7, 1897.. 



New York Supplement and State Reporter. August 5, 

1897. 
New York Times. August 7-13, 1897 



New York Times Weekly. August 14, 1897. 
New York Tribune. August 8, 1897 



New York Weekly. August 28, 1897 

New Yorker Abendblatt. August 7, 9-13, 1897. 



New Yorker Sonntagsblatt. August 8, 1897 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. August 7-13, 1897. 

New Yorker Wochenblatt. August 7, 1 897 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 9 



Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 72, No. 1. 
Our Productions. August 7, 1897 



Our Race News-Leaflet. July- August, 1897. 

Outlook. August, 1897 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 6 



Peopeietoes. 



Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 
Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Vechten Waring, New York. 
McCall Company, New York. 
ABC Guide Co., New York. 
Mail and Express Company, 

New York. 
Marine Pub. Co. , New York. 
Lea Bros. & Co., New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Apostleship of Prayer, 

New York. 
Do. 

Muirson & Wright, 

San Jose, Cal. 
Columbia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 
James T. Edwards, Chicago. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
F. K. Lanpher, Boston. 

Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 

H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

Frank Queen Publishing 

Company, New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

New York Times Company, 

New York. 

Do. 

Tribune Association, 

New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
American Publishing and 
Engraving Co., New York. 
C. A. L. Totten, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Outlook Co. , New York. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Patent .Review. August 16, 1896 

Peterson Magazine. August, 1897 

Philadelphia inquirer. August 8 and 14, 1897 

Pennsylvania County Court Eeports. August 7 and 14, 

1897. 
Pittsburg Daily News. August 7-13, 1897 

Pittsburg Times. August 7-13, 1897 

Puck. August 18, 1897 

Quiver. September, 1897 

Railway Hand Book. August 1, 1897 

Rand-McNally Central Railway Guide. August, 1897... 

Rand-McNally Official Railway Guide. August, 1897 

Rand-McNally Western Railway Guide. August, 1897.. 
Reports of Cases iu the Circuit Court of Ohio 

Rider and Driver. August 14, 1897 

Russell's Convention Dates. July 31 and August 7, 1 897.. 

Sartorial Art Journal. August, 1897 

School News. July, 1897 

Scientific American. August 14, 1897 

Shipping and Commercial List. August 7 and 14, 1897... 

Short Stories. September, 1897 

Snapshots. August 7, 1897 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 27, Nos. 15 and 16 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 9 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 41, No. 6 

Standard. August 21, 1897 

State's Duty. August, 1897 

Sun. August 7-13, 1897 

Sunday School Times. August 14, 1897 

Superintendent and Foreman. August 10, 1897 

Tobacco. August 6, 1897 

Toilet Goods Buyer. August, 1897 

Town Talk. August 7 and 14, 1897 

Town Topics. August 12, 1897 

Travelers' and Shippers' Directory. August, 1897 

Truth. August 14, 1897 

United States Courts of Appeals Reports. No. 17. Au- 
gust 1, 1897. 



Pkopeietoes. 



Pateut Review Company, 

New York. 
Peterson Co., New York. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Cassell Pub. Co., New York. 
Railway Hand Book Publish- 
ing Co. , San Francisco, Cal. 
American Railway Publish- 
ing Company, Chicago. 
Do. 
Do. 
Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Rider and Driver Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Hamlin Russell, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Jno. J. Mitchell Company, 

New York. 
C. M. Parker, 

Taylorville. 111. 
Munn & Co., New York. 

Shipping and Commercial 
List Pub. Co., New York. 
Current Literature Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Arthur T. Lumley, 

New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Standard Press, New York. 
W. H. Moore, St. Louis, Mo. 
Sun Printing and Publishing 
Association, New York. 
John D. Wattles & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 

T. H. Delano Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Toilet Goods Buyer, 

New York. 
Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 
Town Topics Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Denborn Company, Chicago. 
Truth Company, New York. 
Banks & Bros., New York. 



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PEEIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Peoprietors. 


University Medical Magazine. August, 189? 


University of Pennsylvania 
Press, Philadelphia. 

Up-To-Date Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

H. & H. E. Law, 


Up-To-Date. August 14, 1897 

Viavi Cause. August 7, 1897 


Vogue. August 12, 1897 


San Francisco. 
Fashion Co., New York. 


Western Electrician. August 7, 1897 


Electrician Publishing Com- 


World's Sunday Magazine. August8, 1897 

Young People's Weekly. August 22, 189 7 


pany, Chicago. 
Press Pub. Co., New York. 
David C. Cook Publishing 


Youth's Companion. August 12, 1897 


Company, Elgin, 111. 
Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 
Ginn & Co., Boston. 


Zoological Bulletin. August, 1897 







MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Silver Bells. By Gustav Holz. 



Hugh cle Payne's Commandery, No. 19, K. T. March. 

For orchestra. By M. A. Althouse. 
Shall We Condemn? By Jennie L. Wade 



Auf holier Alp. Von Ludwig Andre. 



Maui No Ka Oi. Arranged by C. K. Hopkins. 



Ma Hoodoo Honey. By Lee Johnson 

The First Born. By Lee Johnson .., 

Mahoney 's Day. By Louis Wesly n Jones 

Grand Spanish Carnival. By J. Lombardero , 

Blue-Bell. By Sybil Palliser 

Le Reve. By Emil Kreuz 

Stephen Heller's Study in F. Eevised by Herrmann 
Scholtz. 

Suite de Pieces. By Emil Kreuz 

African Romances. By S. Coleridge-Taylor 

A Spring Day. By A. Krug. Books 1 and 2 

The Premier Method for Drums, Fife, Tympani, Orches- 
tra Bells, and Xylophone. Compiled by Carl Weber. 

The Premier Method for Viola. By Carl Weber 

Knights of Columbus March. By Frederick T. Strachan. 

Tell Me, If You Love Me. By Lenora Diauthe Wood- 
worth. 

Memories. By M. P. Baukin 

Lend a Helping Hand. By Jas. C. Beck el 

A Great Day for You. By Mrs. W. M. Bell 

Erinuerung. ByJIeinrich Hofmann..,, 



The Southern Spirit. By Lee W. Blount. 



Song of the Zetland Fisherman. By W. Augustus Bar- 

ratt. 
Love's Absence. By Alfred Pratt 



F. C. Adams & Co., 

Jersev City, N. J. 
J. S. Althouse & Co., 

Reading, Pa. 
American Musical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Johann Andre, 

Offenbach on the Main. 
E. W Armstrong, 

San Francisco. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
E. Ascherberg & Co. , London. 
Augener & Co., London. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
I. M. Baker. 

Do. 
E. F. Balch & Co., Boston. 
H. R. Basler, Pittsburg, Pa. 

M. P. Baukin, Lodi, Wis. 
James C. Beckel. 
Wm. M. Bell, Dayton, Ohio. 
Hermann Beyer & Sohne, 

Langensalza 
Lee W. Blount, 

Alameda, Ala. 
Boosey & Co., New York. 

Do. 



15 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Illusionen. By A. Schneider 

A Mother's Dreams. By C. Preston "Wynne 

Yalse-Melodie. By Erik Meyer-Helmund 

In der Friihlingsnacht. By Carl Heins 

Duftende Blunien. By Carl Heins 

Unterm Sternenhimmel By Carl Heins 

Mad River. By M. M. Brabson 

Schubert Messein As. Fur 4 Siugstimmen, Orchester uud 
Orgel. Klavierauszug mit Text Von Julius Spengel. 

Macfarlan Waltz. By W. W. Cain 

Thelma Two-step. By Margaret Golden. Baud 

Suite in G- moll far Clavier. Von Richard Piatt 

The Hunt's Up. By J. L. Molloy 

Longing. By Ellen Wright 

As a Dove. By Ellen Wright 

Model Popular Class Book. By A. J. Gantvoort 



By Chas. L. Lewis. 
By Chas. L. Lewis. 
By Chas. L. Lewis. 
By Chas. L. Lewis. 



Mandolin 



Mandolin 



2 mando- 
Mandolin 



The Major Quadrille. 

solo. 
The Major Quadrille. 

duet. 
The Major Quadrille. 

lins and piano. 
The Major Quadrille. 

and piano. 

Swinging. By Louis B. Couch 

Dance of the Vampires. By H. Longhurst and G. G. 

Lewis. 

Riding in the Tram. By C. Hutchins Le wis . 

Te Deum Laudamus. By William Cuttle 

Hymne national de Monaco. By Albrecht 

Nerveuse. By H. Tellarn. Orchestra 

On the Three Rivers. By Wm. S. Deeds 

It's the Picture of a Mother. By J. D. Layne 

Home of the Free. By De Kenson 

The Crusaders. By Lulu M. Beach. Duet 



The Fargo Two-step. By A. Chas. Edwards 

April. By C. Chaminade. No. 1 in C, No. 2 in D 

A Rose in Heaven. By H. Trotere. No. 1 in B flat, 

No. 2. in C, No. 3 in D. 
Easy and Complete Vespers in Honor of the Blessed 

Virgin Mary. By B. Hamma. 

Corpus Christi Mass. By Theod. de la Hache 

Salve Regina. By E. Nikel 

Alma Redemptoris. Bj r E. Nikel 

Ave Regina. By E. Nikel 

Regina Cceli. By E. Nikel 

Love's Lament. By Harry B. Marshall 



Proprietors. 



Quanah Polka. By Miss Jessie Calvert Kiudel. 

No Welcome Voice. By E. Belbeze 

Souvenir de Bamff. By Theo. H. Northrup 

Pretty Little Nellie. By Lee B. Grabbe 

Magdalen of To-day. By Austin Walsh 

"Bessie" Schottische. By Lee B. Grabbe 



When They Paint All the Colored People White. 
Lee B. Grabbe. 



By 



Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
M. M. Brabson. 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

W. W. Cain, Hartley, W.Va. 
Carlin & Lennox, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
C. A. Challier & Co., Berlin. 
Chappell & Co., London. 

Do. 

Do. 
John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Louis B. Couch, New York. 
J. Curwen & Sons, London. 

Do. 
William Cuttle. 
Paul Decourcelle, Nice. 

Do. 
Wm. S. Deeds. 
Henry Detmer, Chicago. 

Lewis Edward Dickinson. 
W. J. Dyer & Bro., 

St. Paul, Minn. 
A. Chas. Edwards. 
Enoch & Sons, London. 

Do. 

J. Fischer & Bro., New York. 

. Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Thomas Goggan & Bro., 

Galveston, Tex. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Grabbe & Kindt. 
Golding Pub. Co., New York. 
Lee B. Grabbe, 

Davenport, Iowa. 

Do. 



16 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Contemplation. By Ludwig Schytte 

Sonimernacht im Walde. By Lud wig Scby tte 

Serenade Slave. By Josef Casimir Hofmann 

No vellette. By Josef Casimir Hofmann 

Gondellied. By Josef Casimir Hofmann 

Summer Song. For reed or pipe organ. Bv W. F. 

Sudds. 
Berceuse. By Hans Hermann 

I Am Tired To-Night. By Geo. Hewitt 

Nearing Home. By E. Hill 

'Twill Not Be Long. By Herbert Johnson 

We Love You Just the Same. By Herbert Johnson 

Face to Face. By Herbert Johnson 

Cradle Song. By Herbert Johnson 

Sons of Veterans March. By F. W. Judd. For band . . 

Eigaudon. By Felix Dreyschock 

Landler. By Felix Dreyschock 

Intermezzo scherzoso . By Felix Dreyschock 

Eococo. By Felix Dreyschock 

Melodie. By Felix Dreyschock 

II Trovatore. By Verdi. Arranged by Fred Lax 

Carnival de Venice. By Fred Lax 

Jolly Fellows Waltz. Arranged by D. M. H. May 

Old Fashioned Girls. By Jessie Wannall Lee... 

The Broken Promise. By E. P. McKeever 

Unseld. By H. P. Main 

Virginia. By H. P. Main 

Saunders. By H. P. Main 

Don't Be a Clam. By J. Selprahs 

Ten Eyck's March. By Jos. H. Marnell 

Marche Funebre. By O. Coquelet. Military band 

Echos Poitevins. By Emile L6veque 

Quatuor en Mi rnajeur pour Instruments a Cordes. Par 
F. De La Tombelle. 

Konde D'Alguazils. By Emile Leveque 

Messe de St. Francois d'Assise. By E. Paladilhe 

Our Second Lieutenant. By Victor W. Smith 

The Trolley Party. By Victor W. Smith. For 2 man- 
dolins and guitar. 

Henry Clay March. By F. Miller. Arranged by O. 
Habersang. 

That's Me. By W. H.Kerr 

A Georgia Campmeeting. By Kerry Mills 

Les Amis Polka. By F. W. Meacham 

Old Stone Mill. By John Morrison 

Come Back to Me, Jack. By M. F. Murphy 

My Old Kentucky Home. Arranged for mandolin and 
guitar by E. J. Hamilton. 

The Nestlings. By Kate Boundy 

There is a Green Hill Far Away. By Ch. Gounod 

The Army of Epworth. By Eev. J. B. Noyes 

Loretto Galop. By Loretto C. O'Connell 



Peopeietoes. 



Julius Hainauer, Breslau. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Heinrichshofen's Verlag, 

Magdeburg. 
Geo. Hewitt, 

Fort Dodge, Iowa. 

E. Hill, Philadelphia. 
Herbert Johnson, Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

F. W. Judd, 

Woonsocket, E. L 
F. W. Kaibel, Liibeck. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
P. J. Lammers, 

Baltimore, Md 
Do. 
Do. 
Jessie Wannall Lee. 
E. P. McKeever, 

Mount Olive, Kans. 
Hubert P. Main. 
Do. 
Do. 
Manufacturer's Outlet Com- 
pany, Providence, E. I. 
Jos. H. Marnell. 
Vve. Eicault Mere, 

Paris, France. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

E. H. Miller, 

Do. 

F. Miller. 



Troy, N. Y. 



F. A. Mills, New York. 

Do. 
Geo. Molineux, New York. 
J. Morrison. 
M. F. Murphy. 
National Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Do. 
J. B. Noyes, 

Heart Prairie, Wis. 
Loretto C. O'Connell, 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued 



Titles. 



Ob, My Sweetheart Rides a Wheel. By M. Pareello 

L. S. N. G. March. By Foreman Parker 

Joe Bowers. By E. A. Parks 

Dur and Moll. Heft 11, Preis 1 M 

Medley Overture — A Hot Time. By Theo. Boettger. 

For brass and reed band. 
Bonnie Annie Laurie. March. By John Philip Sousa. 

For orchestra. 

Selena Polka. By A. M. Cohen. For band 

Specimen B-flat Cornet Parts. Late Issues 

Two Songs. By Benoit Hollander. No. 1, Summum 

Bonum, and No. 2, To a Skylark. 

Just Like Other Men. By R. R. Pittenger 

The Maids of Pennsylvania. By John Richards 

Wanderer's Nightsong. By Richard Burmeister 

The Last Dance. By B. H. Janssen 

Hermanita Valse. By Edmund Braham 

The Shepherdess' Lullaby. By Rafael Baez. Soprano, 

mezzo soprano, contralto. 
David, King of Israel. By Chas. H. Gabriel 

Book of Studies for the Pianoforte. Compiled by Eugene 

d' Albert. 

O Mistress Mine. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

Take, O Take Those Lips Away. By Mrs. H. H. A. 

Beach. 

Fairy Lullaby. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

Night. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

Alone. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

With Thee. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

Forget-Me-Not. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

Thou Who Like the Wind Dost Come. By Paul Ambrose. 

Duet. 
In Heavenly Love Abiding. By Paul Ambrose. Duet. 
Jesus, Meek and Gentle. By Paul Ambrose. Alto or 

baritone. 
Jesus, Meek and Gentle. By Paul Ambrose. Soprano 

or tenor. 

Scherzo Minuet. By H. S. Saroni 

Gnomenreigen. By H. S. Saroni 

Evening Reverie. By H. S. Saroni 

Minuet. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

Gavotte. By Mrs. H H. A. Beach 

Waltz. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

March. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach... 

Polka. By Mrs. H. H. A. Beach 

Detroit Club March. By Chas. L. Van Baar. 

Futurity March. By Alfred C. Marks. Band 

Brooklyn Life March. By Chas. R. Muller. Arranged 

for orchestra by Robert Recker. 

Detroit Club March. By Chas. L. Van Baar. Band 

The Mephisto March. By Carrie Lorsch. Band 

Merry Gotham March. By Alfred C. Marks. Band 

The Little Girl Next Door. By J. L. Smith. Arranged 

for orchestra by G. S. Moore. 

Montauk March. By Carl Wolke. Orchestra 

Syrian Dance. By J. W. Lerman. Orchestra 

3 T E 



Proprietors. 



M. Pareello, New York. 

Foreman Parker, 

Shreveport, La. 
Parks' Music House, 

Louisiana, Mo. 
A. H. Payne, Leipzig. 

J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

Phillips & Page, 



London. 



Pittenger & Swann. 
John Richards, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Rohlfing Sons Music Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Geo. F. Rosche & Co., 

Chicago. 
Roszavolgyi & Co., Leipzig. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
C. Schuster & Son, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do, 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Farewell, Sweet Hour. By Kate Vannah 

By de Banks ob de ol' Bayou. By Kate Vannah 

La Priza. By Arling Skaefer. For mandolin and guitar. 
German Polka. By Arling Sliaeffer. For mandolin and 

guitar. 
Just for Curiosity. By Murray & Leigh. Arranged by 

H. E. Pether. 

Mr. Green. By H. Darnley 

"Powhatan" March. By John L. Somers. Baud 



The Czar of the Tenderloin. By Bob Cole and Billy 

Johnson. 
She Showed Me Just so Much. By Leontine Stanfield.. 

Curious Cures. By James Thornton 



When You Have to Pay the Bills. By Alfred W. Sweet. 
Only a Pansy. By Anna I vers 



By Gertrude Nor- 
By Gertrude Nor- 



The 1897 Flood. By G. F. Barron. 
Once Again I Long to Meet You. 

maud-Smith. 
The Brook in Its Happy Dreaming. 

mand-Smith. 

Russian Folk-Soug. By Gertrude Normand-Smith .... 
The Waterman's Call. By Gertrude Normand-Smith 

Three Little Sisters. By Fred. W. Mills 

The Old North River Pier. By Chas. B. Weston 



The Black Squire. By Florian Pascal 

Selection from "His Majesty." By Sir A. C. Mackenzie. 

Selected and arranged by Charles Godfrey, Jr. For 

military' band. 
Unrequited. By r Nelson 



Tivoli Waltz. By Harry C. Hardcastle. 



A Child's Sweet Dream. By Leo Wise 

My Girl is a Winner. By E. Nattes. Arranged for 

mandolin and guitar by T. P. Trinkaus. 

Colonial Days Waltzes. By A. E. B. Leonard 

The Whirlpool. Bv Nat. Mann. Arranged for band by 

J. C. Heed. 

In Venice. By Paul Rubens 

Memories of Spain. By J. A. Silberberg. Arranged 

for orchestra by Theo. M. Tobani. 
Bridal Two-step. By- Edwin Schneider. 

Chas Henlein for guitar. 
Bridal Two-step. By r Edwin Schneider. 

Chas. Henlein for violin or mandolin. 
Bridal Two-step. By Edwin Schneider. 

Chas. Henlein for 'cello. 
Bridal Two-step. By Edwin Schneider. 

Chas. Henlein tor cornet. 
Bridal Two-step. By Edwin Schneider. 

Chas. Henlein for flute. 
Bridal Two-step. By Edwin Schneider. 

Chas. Heuleiu for banjo. 
Love by Moonlight. By Chas. Durand... 
Zwei dunkle Augen. By Carl Heins 



Arranged by 
Arranged by 
Arranged by 
Arranged by 
Arranged by 
Arranged by 



Proprietors. 



De Nigger Wid De Golden Hair. By G. J. Yenewinne. 
Arranged by Ernestine Watson. 



G. W. Setchell, Boston. 

Do. 
Arling Shaeffer. 

Do. 

Charles Sheard & Co., 

London. 
Do. 
John L. Somers, 

North Georgetown, Ohio. 
Geo. L. Spaulding, 

New York. 
Leontine Stanfield, 

New York. 
Jos. W. Stern & Co , 

New York. 
Alfred W. Sweet. 
Thompson Music Company, 

Chicago. 
Chas. J. Traxler. 
C. F. Trebar, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Wm. T. Vayo. 
Chas. B. Weston, 

New Brunswick, N. J. 
Joseph Williams, London. 

Do. 



Williams' Music Agency, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Geo. Willig&Co., 

Baltimore, Md. 
Leo Wise. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

E. Witzmann & Co., 

Memphis, Teun. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

B. F. Wood Music Company, 
Boston. 
G. J. Yenewinne. 



19 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


New Hampshire Gold. By Katharine E. Rand 


Walter H. Baker & Co., 


The Lady Lawyer. By F. E. Hiland 


Boston . 
Do. 


Our Jim. By Egbert W. Fowler 


Do. 


The Widow Mullius' Christmas. By Stanley 

Beach and H. Arthur Powell. 
Broken Bonds. By F. E. Hiland 


Yale 


Do. 
Do. 


Das Stiirkere. By Carlot Gottfrid Reuling 


Eduard Block. 


Angela Teresa. By George P. Bancroft 


Arthur Bourchier, London 


Bimbo, of Bombay. By Edgar Smith 


E. J. Dooley and E. M. 
Graves, Hartford, Conn. 
Paul Woodworth Hyde. 
Whitman Osgood, 


At Ljnhurst. By Paul Woodworth Hyde 


The Curse of Gold. Bv Whitman Osgood 


Crutches for Sale. By William Smith and Robert 

Darton. 
Strolling Players. By Travers-Vale 


Washington City. 

William Smith and Robert 

Darton, Kirksville, Mo. 

Travers-Vale, Madison Ga 







MAPS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Map of Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. 1897 

Map of Athens, South Waverly, and Sayre. 189" 
1897 



Map of Waverlj^, N. Y. 
Bicycle Road-Map — 

Philadelphia to Wilkesbarre 

New York to Wilkesbarre 

Bellows Falls, Vt., to Bethlehem, N. H. 

Bath, N. Y., to Buffalo, N. Y 

Wilkesbarre, Pa., to Bath, N. Y 

Jones' Map of Moliue. 1897 

Map of the Yukon Gold Belt 



The Klondike Gold Fields Map of Alaska. 
Map of Alaska. 1897 



1897.. 



Red Cloud, Nebr. July, 1897. 



Somerset, Pa. June, 1897 

Crisfield, Md. July, 1897 

Palo Alto, Cal. June, 1897 

MenloPark, Cal. June, 1897 

Boulder Creek, Cal. June, 1897 

Cheney, Wash. May, 1897 , 

Ritzville, Wash. May, 1897 

Pacific Grove, Cal. May, 1897 

Hebron, Nebr. July, 1897 

Georgetown, Del. July, 1897 

Lansingburg, N. Y. July, 1897 

Tunisou's Map of the Missionary Journeys of St. Paul.., 



W. A. Greenough & Co., 

Boston. 
George Han ford, 

Waverly, N. Y. 
Do. 

Harper & Bros., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
R. W. Jones, Moline, 111. 
A. L. McDonald* Co., 

San Francisco. 
Poole Brothers, Chicago. 
Punnett Brothers, 

San Francisco. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
E. L. Tunison, 

Jacksonville, 111. 



20 



ENGRAVINGS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Peopbietoes. 



Northfield, Mass. Nos. 1-4. 



Restitution . 



The Nemours Diligence 

Confession in the Study 

Savinien's Letter 

Dr. Denis Minoret and Ursule 

The Church at Nemours 

Mme. De Portendurere, Ursule and Saviuien. 

Nemours, Rue Des Bourgeois 

On the Banks of the Loir 

Madame De Merrefs Chamber 

Rastignac to the Marquise De Listomere 

In the Park of Saint-Leu 

At Mademoiselle De Bellefeuille's 

Madame De Soulangesand Martial 

Crossing the Brook. 11J by 15 



The Fourth Hussars at Kanghil (Crimea). 

A Fearless Rider. 12J by 9| 

The Despatch Bearer. 4^ by 6 



8ibjl2L. 



A Skillful Throw 

The Wounded Scout 

A High Bucker 

Throwing the Stone Axe 

Teaching the War Dance 

Indian Horse Race (Finish).... 
San Fernando Mission. 1797.. 



The Birthplace of George Washington. 

The Old Kentucky Home 

The Old Mill 

The Home of Oliver Wendell Holmes.. 
The Home of Nathaniel Hawthorne.... 
The Village Schoolhouse 



Mary A. Anderson, 

Northfield, Mass. 
George Barrie & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Jean Boussod, Manzi, Joy- 
ant & Co. , Paris, France. 

Do. 

Do. 
Eugene Chaperon, 

Paris, France. 
C. Klackner, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

E. Taverner, 
Pasadena, Cal. 

F. Tobin, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



W. 



M. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Red Riding Hood R. P. Bellsmith, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Yukon River. Dawson City I Calvert Co., Seattle, Wash. 

Hon. Edwin E. Curtis. Nos. 1-10 | E. Chickering, Boston. 

Fun on the Beach. Nos. 1-4 W. S. Davidson, 

Narragansett Pier. 
Admiral Cigarette i Edison Manufacturing Com- 
pany, West Orange, N. J. 
Burning Old Letters. 
Afternoon Tea 



Fred. Fehx, Peru, Ind. 

Hester A. Getz, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Solid Comfort | Do. 

Midsummer Morning, Annisquam River Martha H. Harvey, 

Annisquam, Mass. 

Sand Hills, Annisquam River Do. 

The New Lighthouse, Annisquam River Do. 



21 



PHOTOGE APHS— Contin ued. 



Titles. 



He Likes It 

My Early Training 

1(5779. Decorating for the Wedding. 



16780. 
16781. 
16782. 

16783. 
16784. 
16785. 

16786. 

16787. 
16788. 
16789. 
16790. 



The Wedding 

Kissing the Bride 

The Wedding March 

The Blessing 

The Wedding Breakfast 

A Toast to the Bride 

A Pink Tea 

The Secret 

Telling Fortunes by Tea Leaves 

Gossiping 

Under the Mistletoe 

Mae Bradley. No. 3 

Sisters Belmont. No. 1 

43. Bridal Veil Fall 

373. Three Brothers 

1920. Bryan and Wife 

5033. The Pet of the Household 

Soldiers' Home and Grounds, Milwaukee 

Seal Rocks and Cliff House 

Lots of Bites — Mosquitoes 

W. Jennings Bryan Addressing Christian Endeavor 
Convention. 

5065. Ep worth League International Convention , 

5078. Minnehaha Falls , 

6008. The California Poppy 

382. Yosemite Falls 

Mt. Lowe and Incline Railway, California 

Seal Rocks, San Francisco , 

Cliff House and Seal Rocks, by Moonlight 

The Lone Fisherman 

La Cross Game played for the Entertainment of the 
Epworth League Convention. 
5063. All for Christ 

5066. Army of the King 

5067. Christian Endea vorers , 

5069. The Truth is Marching on 

5072. See-Saw, See-Saw , 

5074. Golden Gate Park 

5075. Bird's-Eye View of Union Stock Yards, Chicago. . . 

5076. The Bear's Den, Lincoln Park, Chicago 

5077. Minnehaha Falls, Minnesota 

5079. Ferris Wheel, Chicago , 

6000. Conservatory 

6001. Conio Park 

6003. Gates Ajar, Como Park, St. Paul, Minn 

6004. Washington Park, Chicago 

6005. Drexel Boulevard, Chicago 

6006. Century Plant .• 

6007. Conservatory, Golden Gate Park 

6009. Flower Blossoms, Washington Park, Chicago 

Queen Victoria Driving Down Kensington Terrace 



Proprietors. 



5042. 
5047. 
5050. 
5061. 



4317. 
5044. 
5045. 
5046. 
5062. 



Her Majesty Queen Victoria's Arrival in London.,. 

Perak State Guides. Nos. 1 and 2 

Royal Horse Guards. Prince of Wales' Regiment. 

Detachment of New Zealand Mounted Rifles 

Australian Buglers and Victorian Kangaroo 



W. S. Moore & Co., Chicago. 

Do. 
William H. Rau, 

Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. Schloss, New York. 

Do. 
B. L. Singley, Meadville, Pa. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Underwood & Underwood, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



22 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Bridge and Castle of St. Angelo. Nos. 1 and 2.. 



A Pleasant Retreat 

Ambassadors and Royalties ._. 

Her Majesty Queen Victoria Arriving in London 

Ceylon Volunteers.. . . : 

Queen Victoria Passing the National Gallery 

Camp of the Royal Niger Constabulary 

Hongkong Chinese Police , 

Their Royal Highnesses 

Gun Detachment of the Royal Navy 

Trinidad Infantry and British Guiana Police 

Her Majesty Greeting Her People 

The Old Flagship "Victory" 

Waiting for the Queen 

The Scot Greys Coming Down Constitution Hill — 

Review of the Jubilee Colonial Troops 

Hon. G. H. Reid, Premier of New South Wales, Etc 

The Old British Man-of-War "St. Vincent" 

Diamond Jubilee Decorations on the Strand 

The Jubilee Dress on St. James Street. Nos. 1 and 2.... 

Detachmeut of Malay Armed Police.. 

Representing a Score of Her Majesty's Colonies 

Deputation of Officers of the Imperial Service Troops 

The Life Guard's Band 

Carriage Containing Representatives from Mexico, 

Uruguay, Guatemala, and Brazil. 

Singing the National Anthem to Her Majesty 

Straits Settlements' Police 

R oy al Horse A rti 11 ery 

Her Majesty's Escort of Royal Indian Princes 

Royal Dragoons , 

Hon. R. J. Seddou, Premier of New Zealand 

Jamaica Artillery and Band of London Scottish Rifle 

Volunteer Corps. 

Duke of Connaught's Tent at the Review 

Diamond Jubilee Military Parade. Nos. 1 and 2 

The Armorial Jubilee Arch 

The Naval Review from the Beach. Nos. 1 and 2 

Old Congressional Library- 
North Wing 



Proprietors. 



South Wing 

Main Hall, looking north 

Main Hall, looking south 

Walter B. Wellbrock, St. John's Hospital.. 



Underwood & Underwood, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

James E. Wilkius, 

Washington City. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Thomas Hale Wyatt, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



My Lady's Glove 

A Good Chaw 

Guaranteed to Stand Alone 

The Jolly Pair 

The Privateer 

3-sheet. "Revenge." N. Y. No. 7695 



Joseph P. Knapp, 

New York. 
Liggett & Meyers, 

Middletown, Ohio. 
H. C. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Strobriclge Litho. Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 



23 
PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Gertrude Zella in the Latest Theatrical Novelty, The 
Statue Dance. 


Marie Barnum, New York. 

Century Co., New York. 
Harper & Bros. , New York. 
Harper Illustrating Syndi- 
cate, Columbus, Ohio. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 


Summer-Resort Toilet 


Racing Scenes for Posters and Ads 


It Is To Laugh 


Judge's Picture Puzzles. "General iu Civil War" 


Do. 


Klondike Kills the Silver Craze 


Do. 


A Bicycle Story Without Words 


Do. 


Judge's Puzzle Pictures. "City in the United States".. 

Judge Jokes from Klondike 

Hittinc the Nail on the Head 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


What Some of Our Prominent Men are Doing for the 

Puhlic. 
Don' t Be Downhearted 


Do. 
J. Manz & Co., Chicago. 


Germany. France, and England, They Hear the News.... 
All for Gold 


Scripps-McRae League, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 


Russia is now Kicking Himself for Selling Alaska 

Evolutions of the Splendid White Squadron 


Do. 

Trowbridge Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 


Gold! Gold! Gold! 

Mountain and Sea Shore 

Being the True Tale of the Century Run 

The Bearded Monster 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
John L. Tuttle, Denver, Colo. 







CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Duplex Memorandum Chart Josephus Hooper, 

Louisville, Ky. 

Memorandum Chart i Do. 

Depots, and the Distances to Every Station, ou Every Geo. J. E. Mayer, Chicago. 
Railroad which Starts from Chicago. 

Mrs. Owens' Kitchen Time-Table Owens Pub. Co., Chicago. 

Chart for United States Abbreviation Game ; G. R. H. Schenk. 

Graduated Excess Baggage Tariff. J. E. Smith, Waco, Tex. 



DESIGNS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors. 



American Fashions. Men. Large and Small Plates 

American Fashions. Women. Large and Small Plates., 



Juo. J. Mitchell Company, 
New York 
Do. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, FROM AUGUST 16 TO AUGUST 21, 1897, INCLUSIVE, 
WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO 
COPIES IN THE OFFICE. 



ISTo. 320. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT rEINTING OFFICE. 
1897. 



Treasury Department 

Office ojthe Secretary, 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Sprachubungen unci Aufsatz-Heft 

The New System of Freehand Writing. Vertical Edi- 
tion. Nos. 1 and 3. 

Description of the State ot Alabama 

Description of the State of Arkansas 

Description of the State of Minnesota 

School Heading by Grades. Third Year. By James 
Baldwin. 

American Vertical Writing Blanks. No. 3 

"A" Syndicate Page. August 21 and 28, 1897 



" B " Syndicate Page. August 21 and 28, 1897. 
" C ' ' Syndicate Page. August 1 4 and 21 , 1897. 
" E " Syndicate Page. August 14 and 21, 1897 

Grand Army Encampment at Buffalo 

Fashions of New York. (Two articles) 

The Clinton Guard , 

Hot Words of War 

Gen. Scott in Mexico 

The Simplecount Memoranda 



The Clash of Arms. By John Bloundelle-Buiton. 



The Red Patriot. By William O. Stoddard 

True to His Home. By Hezekiah Butter worth 

Steam : Its Generation and Use 

Through the Porta Magica. By Duffield Osborne 



M. Quad and Kemble Page. By Charles B. Lewis 

The Euding of the Story. By Samuel Merwin 

A Modern Troubadour. By Rene S. Parks 

How Two Ex-Presidents "Vacate." By Curtiss Brown. 

Justice Schwab Now on Deck. By I. D. Marshall 

Electricity-Consumption. By I. D. Marshall 

§8,000,000 Worth. By John L. Heaton 

Castles in the Air a Reality Now. By E. M. Jones 

Crooks Like the New Notes. By G. G. Bain 

Booth-Tucker Details His Plans. By John L. Heaton.. 

The Best of Ali. By Curtiss Brown 

All About the Woman of Fashion. By A. L. Woods.... 

Extraordinary Hindu Woman. By Cicely Glidden 

Electric Magnet Just for Fun. By J. Harry Adams 

Bar Harbor Boys. By John L. Heaton 

True Story of Dog Theodore. By 1. D. Marshall 

Letter from Orris Benson. By John L. Heaton 

Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By E. P. Heaton 

The Sunbeam Club. By Louise R. Baker. Chap. 5 

The Annual on the Law of Real Property. Vol. 3. 
1894. 

(3) 



Ainsworth & Co., Chicago. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
N. S. Amstutz, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
D. Applet on & Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Babcock & Wilcox, London. 
Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Louise R. Baker. 
Ballard Publishing Com- 
pany, Crawfordsville, Ind. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Sixteenth Annual Leadville City Directory. For 1897.. 

Gloversville and Johnstown Directory. 1E97 

United States Courts of Appeals Reports. Vol. 44 

Reminiscences. By Albert Franklin Banta. Chap. 2... 
Family Records. Vol. 1 

And the Rigor of the Game. By Robert Barr 

Biography of Dr. W. A. Belding. By W. S. Belding.... 
Advisory Rates for Fire and Tornado Insurance — 

Vol. 399. Thompson, Iowa 

Vol. 201. Jamaica, Iowa 

Abstract of Lessons in the Series 

Escrow Installment Certificate 

Man's Inconstancy. By Junius Henri Browne 

From Grant's Tomb to Mt. MacGregor. By Wallace 

Bruce. Collected and arranged by John D. Ross. 

Gear Wheels and Cutting 

Klondike and All About It 

Perfected Woodcraft. Druid Camp, No. 24 

School Ideas : A Teacher's Course. 1 —Children and 

Education. (Continued.) 
Course in Popular and Applied Science. 20— Light. 

By William J. Hopkins. 
Course in Popular and Applied Science. 20 — Light. 

By William J. Hopkins. (Continued.) 
Course in Literature and Literary Criticism. 13 — Henry 

Wadsworth Longfellow. Biography. By John Ebe- 

nezer Bryant. 
Coursein Literature and Liteiary Criticism. 13 — Henry 

Wadsworth Longfellow. Biography. By John Ebe- 

nezer Bryant. (Concluded.) 
On the Outer Rim — Studies in Wider Evolution. By 

Geo. E. Wright. 
The Cleveland Directory. July, 1898 

A Manual of Ethics. By John S. Mackenzie. Third 

Edition. 
Complete Mechanical. Examination Questions for 

Diploma. 
Dynamos and Motors. Question Paper. Second Edition. 

Locomotives. Part 3. Key. First Edition 

Steam Heating — 

Question Paper. First Edition 

Instruction Paper. First Edition 

Methods of Evangelistic Work. Revised and enlarged 

by Rev. R. Venting. Second Edition. 

Pictured Proverb Cards 

The Bankers' Directory. July, 1897 

The Bankers' Register. July, 1897 

Premiums and Reserves. By Geo. Crist 

Hypatia. By Charles Kingsley 

The Iowa Road Guide. 1897 

A Master of Indirection. By T. Austin Dailey. Chaps. 

13-15. 
Coopersto wn and Otsego Lake 



Ballenger & Richards, 

Leadville, Colo. 
O. H. Bane, 

Gloversville, N. Y. 
Banks & Bros., New York. 
Albert Franklin Banta. 
William T. Barnum & Co., 

New Haven, Conn. 
Robert Barr, London. 

W. A. Belding. 

H. Bennett. 

Do. 
BibleStudy Pub. Company, 

Boston. 
J. E. Bloom, New York. 

Junius Henri Browne. 
Bryant Literary Union, 

New York. 
Frank Burgess, New York. 
T. J. Carey & Co., New York. 
Carter & Rowe, Omaha, Nebr. 
Chicago Record, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 



Alfred C. Clark, Chicago. 

Cleveland Directory Publish- 
ing Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
W. B. Clive, London. 

Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Henry A. Cook, 

Denison, Iowa. 
Ruth A. Crapo, New York. 
Credit Company, Chicago. 

Do. 
Geo. Crist, Toledo, Ohio. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Carl W. Dahlberg, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
T. Austin Dailey. 

Clarence W. Davidson, 

Cooperstown, N. Y. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Principles of Insurance Legislation. By Miles Menander 

Dawson. 
The Early History of Sweet Peas. By S. B. Dicks 

Iowa Eeports. Vol. 94 

Aliruento de Mellin para Nifios y Invalidos 

New Subscribers, Changes, and Corrections. August 5, 

1897. 
A Sketch of Nicolo Paganini. By C. M. F. Dressel 

A Noble Follower. By A. L. Duane 

The Beal Trouble and the Way Out. By Jasper Earle.. 

An Egyptian Elixir. By Frank M. Eastman 

Hints to Homeseekers. By J. C. hlliott 

Psycho Vox or the Emerson System of Voice Culture. 

By Charles Wesley Emerson. 
The Cleveland Cicerone. By Silas Farmer and Cbarles 

Orr. 
The Missing Heiress. Translated from the German of 

Adelbert Holm by J. La Kose. Nos. 33, 34. 
Michigan Eeports. Vol. 106 

Laodicea. By William Edgar Geil 

Offener Schreibebrief des Philipp Sauerampter 

Saint's Sword and Sinner's Solace 

Ocean Ferry Log 

Water Works Pumps 

Gilliad Moon's Speculation. By E. S. Grant 

Dabby Darling 

Graphic Music. By C. C. Guilford 

Education. Chaps. 13, 14 

Costs in Gold of French and German Dress Goods. 

Tariff, 1897. 
The Great Bound World. Parts 1 and 2 

300 Solid Hymns with Tunes. By H. L. Hastings 

The Madness of Lord Harry Culverhouse. By Anthony 

Hope. 

Simon Dale. By Anthony Hope. Chap. 8 

Manual of the Heald's Business College. 1897. By J. 

M. Davis. 

An Eye for an Eye. By Charles L. Hildreth 

Holbrook's Newark City Directory. May, 1897 

Sermons. By Charles Avery Holmes 

Betsy Gaskins (Dimicrat). By W. I. Hood 

Poems and Essays. By Ealph Waldo Emerson 

Facts and Figures 

Eules for Playing Kubation 



Proprietors. 



Miles Menander Dawson. 

A. T. De La Mere Printing & 

Publishing Co., New York. 

George L. Dobson, Secretary 

of the State of Iowa. 
Doliber-Goodale Co., Boston. 
Eeuben H. Donnelley, 

Chicago. 
F. Dressel Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
A. L. Duane. 
Jasper Earle, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Frank M. Eastman. 
Joseph Clark Elliott, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
Charles Wesley Emerson, 

Boston. 
Silas Farmer, Detroit, Mich. 

S. Femberg & Co., 

New York. 

Washington Gardner, Secre- 
tary of the State of Michi- 
gan. 

W. E. Geil, Doylestown, Pa. 

German Press and Plate Co. 

H. B. Gibbud, 

Springfield, Mass. 

John H. Gould, New York. 

Goulds Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

E. S. Grant. 

Grit Publishing Company, 

Williamsporfc, Pa. 

Guilford Musical Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

Winchester Hall. 

James Halliday, New York. 

William Beverley Harison, 

New York. 
H. L. Hastings, Boston. 

A. H. Hawkins, London. 

Do. 
Heald's Business College, 

San Francisco. 
Charles L. Hildreth. 
Holbrook's Newark Directory 
Company, Newark, N. J. 
Charles Avery Holmes. 
W. I. Hood, 

New Philadelphia, Ohio. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Indiana Life Insurance Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. 
A. T. Ingram. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Oliver and His Friends. By David Willson Anderson... 

Certificate of Registry 

Illustrated Catalogue aud Price List. Sixteenth Edi- 
tion. 
Picture Ribbons. By C. Francis Jenkins 

Asbestos Fire-Felt Lagging 

Secrets of Success With Flowers. By Edwin Ruston , 

The Trade in Live Stock. August 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 1897.. 

The Game of Shakespereau Quotations 

Columbus System of Vertical Writing. Nos. 1 aud 2 

The Marriage Bed. By Melville C. Keith 

In the Early Days of Rye. By E. A. Kimball. Chap. 7.. 
The Life and Correspondence of Rufus King. Edited by 
Charles R. King. Vol. 4. 1801-1806. 

King's New York Views. 1897 Edition 

A Flag for Cuba. By Adelaide Rosalind Kirchner 

Pieces to Speak at School. No. 1 

School Literature. Compiled by J. F. Laning 

The Growth and History of Ohio. By J. F. Laning 

Forenings och Motes-Haudbok. Etarbetad af A. J. 

Lannes. 
Do's and Don'ts of the Business World. By W. H. 

Preston. 
United States Supreme Court Reports. Book 41 

Her Place in the World. By Amanda M. Douglas 

The Prince of Teace. By S. B. Letson 

Weeping Ferry. By Margaret L. Woods 

The New York Criminal Reports. Vol. 11. By Wil- 
liam H. Silvernail. 

The Powers, Duties, and Liabilities of Coroners aud Con- 
stables. By Borden D. Smith. 

The Federal and State Criminal Reporter. By William 
H. Silvernail. Vol. 3. 

Massachusetts Reports. Vol. 168, Parti 

Lucretia. By Edward Bui wer Lytton 

Kenelm Chillingly. By Edward Bulwer Lytton. 2 vols.. 

La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West. By Fran- 
cis Park man. 2 vols. 

The Amulet. Parts 3, 5. Translated by Mrs. Maurice 
Perkins. 

The Resources and Attractions of Nebraska. Third Edi- 
tion. 

The Graphic System of Vertical Penmanship. Nos. 1 
and 6. 

Department of Gold, Silver, and Nickel Plating 

Rupture Quickly and Permanently Cured 

Modern Guitarrspelning. Af L. J. Lundgren 

The Souvenir Wreath of Song. Third Book 



Peopbietoes. 



Inland Publishing Company, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 

I. 0. 1. C. Record Association, 

Himrods, N. Y. 

Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Woolen 

System Co., New York. 

C. Francis Jenkins, 

Washington City. 
H. W. Johns Manufacturing 
Company, New York. 

H. Franklin Jones, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Kansas City Star Company, 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Mrs. M. Keatinge. 
John Kehoe, New York. 

Melville C. Keith, 

Bellville, Ohio. 
E. A. Kimball. 
Charles R. King, 

Philadelphia. 
Moses King, New York. 

Adelaide Rosalind Kirchner. 
Laning Printing Company, 
Norwalk, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. J. Lannes. 

Lawyer and Credit Man, 

New York. 
Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Lee & Shepard, Boston. 

S. B. Letson, Spokane, Wash. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 
W. C. Little & Co., 

Albany, N. Y. 
Do. 

Do. 

Little, Brown & Co. , Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Living Age Company, Boston. 

E. L. Lomax, Omaha, Nebr. 

A. Lovell & Co., New York. 

Frederick Lowey, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
J. H. Lowrey, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
L. J. Lundgren, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
J. D. Luse, Columbus, Ohio. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopkietoes. 



The Federal Judge. By Charles K. Lush 

A Clerical Error. By Francis Lunde 

An Incident of Gettysburg. By T. J. Mackey 

Boy ' s Hunting Book 

Alfred Lord Tennyson. A Memoir. By His Son — 

Vol. 1 : Unpublished Poems Written (1828-1831)... 

The Statesman 

Youth 

The Bridal 

Eeticence 

The Ante-Chamber 

The Hesperides 

The Coach of Death 

Chaps. 2,3,5,7,14 

The Golden Treasury. By Francis T. Palgrave 

Lourdes. By Emile Zola. 2 vols. Translated by Ern- 
est A. Vizetelly. 
A Lovable Crank. By Barbara Yechton. A Fuss in 
the Family. 

Chilhowee. By Henry V. Maxwell 

Atlas of the City of Baltimore, Md. July, 1897 

Home, a Wedding Souvenir. Arranged by B. A. Mead.. 

The Salem Directory. 1897-98 

The Suburban Directory. 1897-98 

One of Our Conquerors. By George Meredith 

E. C. Merrill's Method of Teaching Bishop's Exact 

Phonography. Parts 1 and 2. Eevised and Enlarged. 
Technical Studies for the Pianoforte. By Cuthbert W. 

Clarkson. 
Easy Lessons in Mechanical Drawing and Machine 

Design. By J. G. A. Meyer. Part 6. 
Meyer's Primary Sunday School Teacher's Record of 

Attendance and Collection. 
Meyer's Paramount Suuday School Secretary's Record — 

For Fifty Classes 

For Twenty-Five Classes 

Meyer's Paramount Alphabetical Church Treasurer's 

Account Book. No. 1. 
American and English Railroad Cases. Vol. 6 

Wake Up, Jonah. By Joaquin 

Fifty Years of Statehood. 12— In the Realm of Poli- 
tics. 

Progressive Men of Minnesota. Edited by Marion D. 
Shutter and J. S. McLain. 

Isaiah : A Study of Chapters 1-12. By H. G. Mitchell.. 

Klondyke, the Wonder of the Century 

Old Times in the Red River Valley. By M. H. Morrill. 
5 — The Selkirk Settlement. 

Mining Rights in the Western States and Territories. 
By R. S. Morrison and Emilio D. De Soto. 

Hartford Business College. Annual Catalogue. 37th 
Year. 

Valuable Information Concerning Patents and Patent 
Law. By L. V. Moulton. 

Old Cap. Collier Library. Nos. 715 and 716 



Charles K. Lush. 
S. S. McClureCo., New York. 
T. J. Mackey. 
McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 

Macmillan Co., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

M. H. Mallory & Co. 

Henry V. Maxwell. 

Mayor and City Council of 

Baltimore, Md. 
B. A. Mead, Augusta, Me. 
Heury M. Meek, Salem, Mass. 

Do. 
George Meredith. 
E. C. Merrill. 

Mexico Music Company, 

Mexico, Mo. 
J. G. A. Meyer. 

Meyer &Bro. , Chicago. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Geo. R. B. Michie & Co., 
Northport, Long Island, 
N. Y. 

Joaquin Miller. 

Milwaukee Sentinel Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Minneapolis Journal, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

H. G. Mitchell, Boston. 

J. B. Modisette, Chicago. 

M. H. Morrill. 



R. S. Morrison, 

Denver, Colo. 
E. H. Morse, 

Hartford, Conn. 
L. V. Moulton, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Vital Record of Rhode Island. 1636-1850 

Fac-Simile Names and Addresses. Sets C and D 

Klondike Grubstakes 

Das Bild im Wasser. Von Wilkelm Zenfen. Part 9 

Der Konig von Sidon. Von Paul Landau 

Catalogue of the Automatic Acetylene Gas Apparatus. . . . 

Fall and Winter Fashion Catalogue. 1897-98 

Law of Progress. By Chas. H. Otken 

Captain Fracasse. By Theophile Gautier. Translated 
by Ellen Murray Beam. 

Jacobean Style House 

Design for a Stable 

Stone and Wood , 

Colonial Cottage Home 

Colonial Homestead 

Cozy Home for §2. 500 

The Supervisors' and Assessors' Manual. By George C. 
Morehouse. Third Edition. 

Library of the World's Best Literature. Charles Dud- 
ley Warner, Editor. Vol. 17. 

The Speaker's Garland and Literary Bouquet. Vol. 9... 

Wool Market Review. 1897 

Joaquin Miller's Alaska Letter 

Reminiscences of Society in New York. 22 — Shadows 
and Side Lights on Strange Social Themes. 

Does the Gold Dollar Appreciate? By John Henry 
Piper. 

Chicago and Cook County Up-to-Date Political Hand- 
book. 1897. 

The Official Atlas and Directory of Antrim County, 
Mich. 1897. 

Gold in Cariboo and Kootenay 

The Prang Course in Drawing for Graded Schools. Nos. 
4-6. 

The Prang Elementary Course in Art Instruction. Fourth 
and Fifth Year. 

Preservaline 

A Remarkable Statement from Richard Croker 

Turin Nearly Killed Prince Henry 

To Oust Chamberlain 

Crash Impending in the East 

Ogden Goelet Very 111 

Anarchy in Spain and in New York 

London to be Visited by "The Greatest Show on Earth " .. 

From Chilcoot Pass 

Miners' Edicts "Go" 

No Blockade at Dyea 

Mob Law on the Trail 

Croker Leaves Carlsbad To-Day 

Golli Begins to Wilt 

New Britain Directory. 1897-98 



Narragansett Historical Pub. 

Co., Providence, R. I. 

National Correspondence 

Institute, Washington City. 

Henry E. Naugle, 

Seattle, Wash. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Niagara Acetylene Gas Ma- 
chine Company, 

Niagara Falls, Ontario. 
H. O'Neill & Co., New York. 
C. H. Otken. 

McComb City, Miss. 
L. C. Page & Co., Boston. 

George Paliser, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Henry B. Parsons, 

Albany, N. Y. 
R. S. Peale and J. A. Hill, 

New York. 
Penn Pub. Co., Philadelphia. 
F. Nathaniel Perkins, Boston. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Morris Phillips & Co. , 

New York. 
John Henry Piper, 

New York. 
Platte Pub. Co., Chicago. 

Seymour E. Pond & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Poole Brothers, Chicago. 

Prang Educational Company, 

Boston. 

Do. 

Preservaline Manufacturing 

Company, New York. 

Press Pub. Co. , New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Price & Lee Company, 

New Haven, Conn. 



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Titles. 



Doctors and Medicine. By W. A. Redding . 



The Vaccination Curse. By W. A. Redding 

The Rifting Wedge. By W. A. Redding 

That Woman Question. By W. A. Redding 

Curious Causes. By W. A. Redding 

The Brewers' Hand Book. 1897 

Net Price Listof the American Waltham Watch Company- 
August 18, 1897 



Proprietors. 



August 18, 1897. Canadian Edition 

The Time Appointed. By Prof. J. B. Dimbleby. Com- 
piled and condensed with a brief exposition of Bible 
doctrine on the second coming of our Lord. By Alex- 
ander Ross. 

When Position Falls. By Clinton Ross 

The Autumn Styles. By Henriette Rousseau 

Drove Back. By Clark Russell 

Butterfly Banquet 



Insurance Maps of Hudson County, N. J. 1896. Vol. 5. 

Insurance Maps of Detroit, Mich. Vol. 2 

The Diseases of Women. By J. Bland Sutton and Arthur 

E. Giles. 

Essentials of Physiology. By Hobart Amory Hare 

A New System for the Cutting of all Ladies', Children's, 

and Misses' Garments. By Madame J. Schleiuitz. 
Sport Royal, I Warrant You. By Thomas Martindale.. 

Supplement to Shepard's New York Annotations Con- 
tained in Volume 152. 
The Christ Revenge. By Nathan Hoyt Sheppard 



Addison's Sir Roger De Coverley Papers. Edited by 

Alexander S. Twombly. 
Macaulay's Essay on Milton. With Introduction and 

Notes by Alexander S. Twombly. 
Stepping Stones to Literature. By Sarah Louise Arnold 

and Charles B. Gilbert — 

A Third Reader , 

A Fourth Reader 

Solitary Island. By John Talbot Smith 

The Sportsman at Del Monte. By Charles W. Hibbard. 



Owen Howard. By Henry S. Spalding. 
The Andover Directory. 1897-98 



Trading Stamp Book Issued by Detroit Trading Stamp 

Company. 
Trading Stamp Book Issued by Toledo Trading Stamp 

Company. 

Trading Stamp Book. No. 12. Second Edition 

What a Young Girl Ought to Know. By Mrs. Mary 

Wood-Allen and Sylvanus Stall. 

A Bad Character Suit. By Flora Annie Steel 

The Klondike and Alaska. By Capt. James Steele 

English Ruling Cases. By Robert Campbell. Vol. 12 — 

Executor-Indemnity. 
For the Love of Tonita and Other Tales of the Mesas. 

By Charles Fleming Embree, 

2 T E 



W. A. Redding, 

Navarre, Kans. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 

Robbins & Appleton, 

New York. 
Do. 
Alexander Ross. 



Clinton Ross. 
Henriette Rousseau. 
Clark Russell. 

Ryman Interview Syndicate, 
New York. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Madame J. Schleinitz, 

New York. 
H. W. Shaw Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Frank Shepard, Chicago. 

N. H. Sheppard, 

South Bend, Ind. 
Silver, Burdett&Co., Boston. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

John Talbot Smith. 
Southern Pacific Company. 

San Francisco. 
Henry S. Spalding. 
A. B. Sparrow & Co., 

Shirley, Mass. 
Sperry & Hutchinson, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Sylvanus Stall. 

Flora Annie Steel. 
James W. Steele. 
Stevens & Sons, Ltd. , 

London. 
Herbert S. Stoue & Co., 

Chicago. 



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Titles. 



Die Sonntagsschule. Von Sam. A. John 

Frank Tousey Library. No. 166 . 

Wide Awake Library. No. 1334 

Detective Library. No. 770 

The Vagabonds and Other Poems. By John Townsend 
Trowbridge. 

Through the Invisible. By Paul Tyner 

The Game Laws of the United States and Canada 



Pbopeietobs. 



The Modern Boxer. By DeW. C. Van Court. 



Souvenir of the Confederate States. By C. W. Walters.. 

A Day at Soldiers' Home. By Cy Warman 

Defiant Hearts. By W. Heimburg. Chaps. 20-21 

Life Histories of American Insects. By Clarence Moores 

Weed. 
History and Civil Government of Iowa. By H. H. 

Seerley and L. W. Parish 
Pollard's Advanced Speller. By Rebecca S. Pollard 



Shrewsbury. By Stanley J. Weyman. Chaps. 24-25, 
31-32. 

Catalogue of Whiting Manufacturing Company 

Scientific Socialism 



Take Your Time 

The Commercial Index. 



T other and Which. Bv Frances S wanu Williams. Chaps. 
7, 8, 9, 10. 

The White Dove. By Martha McCulloch Williams 

Instruction Hook for the New York French Tailor Sys- 
tem. By Mine. Williams. 

The Templar Keepsake. By Zachary T. Wink 



Fxiled to Siberia. By William Murray Graydon. 

Chaps. 10-12. 
The German Echo. Edited by James H. Wormau 



Civil Government in the United States. By A. O. 

Wright and W. D. Kuhn. 
Way Songs and Wanderings. By Claiborne Addison 

Young. 



A. G. Toennies. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

Do. 

Do 
John T. Trowbridge. 

Paul Tyner. 

Union Metallic Cartridge Co., 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
DeW. C. Van Court, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
C. W. Walters. 
Cy Warman. 

Waverly Pub. Co., Boston. 
Clarence Moores Weed. 

Werner School Book Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Western Publishing House, 
Chicago. 
Stanley J. Weyman, London. 

Whiting Mfg. Co., New York. 
Mills Whittlesey, 

Trenton, N. J. 
Do. 
A. E. Wilkinson, 

East Oakland, Cal. 
F. S. Williams. 

Martha McCulloch Williams. 
Mme. Williams, 

Wichita, Kans. 
Zachary T. Wink, 

Reading, Pa. 
Wool fall Publishing Com- 
pany. 
James H. Wormau, 

Brooklyn. N. Y. 
A. O. Wright, Madison, Wis. 

Claiborne Addison Young. 



PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. August 16 22, 1897 i New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

Albany Law Journal. August 14, 1897 , Albany Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 

Amateur Athlete. August 19, 1897 



American Agriculturist. August 21, 1897 

American Architect and Building News. August 14, 

1897. 
American Choir. August 19, 1897 



Amateur Athlete News Com- 
pany, New York. 
Orange Judd Co., New York. 
American Architect and 
Building News Co., Boston. 
Charles S. Elliot & Co., 

New York. 



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Titles. 



American Digest. July, 1897 

American Field. August 21, 1897... 
American Florist. August 14. 1897. 



American Gynaecological and Obstetrical Journal. 

August, 1897. 
American Journal of Obstetrics. August, 1 897 



American Machinist. August 19, 1897 

American Negligence Reports. August, 1897. 



American Wool and Cotton Reporter. August 19, 1897.. 

Architecture and Building. August 14, 1897 

Argosy. September, 1897 

Army and Navy Weekly. August 21, 1897 



Arthur's Home Magazine. August, 1897. 

Atlantic Monthly. August, 1897 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 37, No. 15 

Ave Maria, August 21, 1897 



Bankers' Magazine. August, 1897. 
Bankers' Monthly. August, 1897.. 



Baptist Union. August 21, 1897. 



Bearings. August 5, 12, 19, 1897 

Between the Acts. August 14, 1897 . 



Biles' Whiskey Price List. August 16, 1897. 
Boston Sunday Globe. August 15, 1897 



Boston Sunday Post. August 15, 1897 

Bradstreet's. A Journal of Trade, Finance, and Public 

Economy. August 21, 1897. 
Brooklyn Life. August 21, 1897 



Bubier's Popular Electrician. August, 1897. 



Business. August, 1897 

Calendar of Monthly Intentions. September, 1897., 



Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review. August 15, It 

Cassell's Familv Magazine. September, 1897 

Catholic News." August 18,1897 



Central Law Journal. August 20, 1897. 
Chap-Book. August 15, 1897 



Christian Herald. August 18, 1897. 
Church Choir. August, 1897 



Proprietors. 



West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

American Field Publishing 

Company, New York. 

American Florist Company, 

New York. 

J. D. Emmet, New York. 

William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
American Machinist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Remick & Schilling, 

New Y'ork. 
Frank P. Bennett, Boston. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
Frank A. Munsey, New York. 
Howard, Aiuslee & Co., 

New York. 
Thos. Jay Gleason, 

New York. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Bradford Rhodes, New York. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Baptist Young People's 
Union, Chicago. 

Bearings Pub. Co. , Chicago. 
Between the Acts Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
J. W. Biles Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Globe Publishing Company, 

Boston. 

Post Pub. Co., Boston. 

Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bubier Publishing Company, 
Lynn, Mass. 
Business Pub. Co., New York. 
Apostleship of Prayer, 

New York. 
Review Pub. Co., New York. 
Cassell Pub. Co., New York. 
Catholic News Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Central Law Journ d Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Herbert S. Stone & Co., 

Chicago. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Church Choir Company, 

New York. 



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Titles. 



Church Economist. August 19, 1897 ' 

Collier's Weekly. August 19, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. August 21 , 1897. .. 

Cosmopolitan Magazine. September, 1897.. 

Cycling Gazette. August 19, 1897 

Daily Eacing Form. August 14-16, 18-20, 1897 

Dry Goods Economist. August 14, 1897 

Eastern State Journal. August 14 and 21, 1897 

Economic Studies. August, 1897 

Electrical Engineer. August 1 9, 1897 

Electrical World. August 14, 1897 

Engineering Kecord. August 21, 1897 

Fame. August, 1897 

Family Story Paper. August 28 and September 4. 1897.. 

Farm Implement News. August 19, 1 897. .. 

Farm Machinery. August 17, 1897 

Farm-Poultry. August 15, 1897 

Farmer. August 21, 1897 

Forest and Stream. August 21, 1897 

'Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. September, 1897 

Garden and Forest. August 18, 1897 

Gardening. August 15, 1897 

Golden Days. August 21, 28, and September 4, 1897... 

Golden Hours. August 21 and 28, 1897 

Golden Rule. August 12 and 19, 1897 

Golfing. August 14 and 21, 1897 

Great Round World. August 19, 1897 

"Grip's" Valley Gazette. July, 1897 

Grocers' Regulator. August 19, 1897 

Handbuch fur den Amerikanischen Brauer und Miilzer. 
Lieferung No. 17. 

Harper's Bazar. August 21, 1897 

Harper's Magazine. September, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. August 17, 1897 

Harper's Weekly. August 21, 1897 

Heating and Ventilation. A ugust 15, 1 897 

Home Study for the Building Trades. August, 1897 

Horseman. August 17, 1897 



Proprietors. 



Church Economist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
William B. Dana Company, 
New York. 
John Brisben Walker, 

New York. 
Emil Grossman & Bro., 

Cleveland. 
F. H. Brunell, Chicago. 

Textile Pub. Co., New York. 
Charles D. Horton, 

White Plains, N. Y. 
American Economic Associa- 
tion, New York. 
Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 
Engineering Record, 

New York. 
Artemus Ward, New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Midland Publishing Com- 
pauy, St. Louis, Mo. 
I. S. Johnson & Co. , Boston. 
Orange Judd Co., Chicago. 
Forest and Stream Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Frederic L. Colver, 

New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Gardening Co., Chicago. 

James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Golden Rule Co., Boston. 
Golfing Co., New York. 

William Beverley Harison, 

New York. 
"Grip," Albany, N. Y. 

Reid, Murdoch & Co., 

Chicago. 
International News Com- 
pany, New York. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
H. and V. Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Chicago Horseman Newspa- 
per Company, Chicago. 



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Titles. 



Illustrated American. August 21, 1897 ... 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. August 14 and 15, 1897.... 

Illustrated Electrical Review. August 18, 1897 

Illustrated Police News. August 21, 1897 

Jewelers' Circular. August 18, 1S97 

Jewelers' Weekly. August 18, 1897 

Jewish Comment. August 20, 1897. 

Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary 

Archives. August. 1897. 
Journal of Geology. July-August, 1897 

Journal of the American Medical Association. August 
14, 1897. 

Judge. August 28, 1897 

Junior Golden Rule. September, 1897 

Ladies' World. September, 1897 

Legal Intelligencer. August 20, 1897 

Leslie's Weekly. August 19, 1897 

Life. August 19, 1897 

Lippincott's Magazine. August, 1897 

Magazine of Art. September, 1897 

Medical News. August 21, 1897 

Medical Record. August 21, 1897 

Merck's Report. August 15,1897 

.Money. August, 1897 

Monthly Quotation Record. July, 1897 

Musical Age. August 19, 1897 

National Police Gazette. August 28, 1897 

New England Homestead. August 21, 1897 

New England Master-Builder. August 14, 1897 

New Time. July and August, 1897 

New York Clipper. August 21, 1897 

New York Herald. August 14-20, 1897 

New York Journal. August 14-20, 1897 

New York Ledger. August 21, 1897 

New York Lumber Trade Journal. August 16, 1897.... 

New York Medical Journal. August 14, 1897 

New York State Reports and Session Laws. July 31 and 

August 7, 1897. 
New York Supplement and State Reporter. August 12, 

1897. 



Peoprietoes. 



Lorillard Spencer, New York. 
Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
"The Publishers," 

Baltimore. 
W. Horace Hoskins, 

Philadelphia. 
University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 
American Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
Golden Rule Co , Boston. 
S. H. Moore & Co. , 

New York. 
Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 
Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Cassell Pub. Co. , New York. 
Lea Bros. & Co., New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Merck & Co. , New York. 
Money Pub. Co., New York. 
Quotation Record Company, 
New York. 
Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

Charles H. Kerr & Co., 

Chicago. 
Frank Queen Publishing 
Company, New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
New York Lumber Trade 
Journal, New York. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 

Banks & Bros, and James B. 

Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



New York Times. August 14-20, 1897 

New York Times Weekly. August 21, 1897 

New York Tribune. August 15, 1897 

New York Weekly. September 4, 1897 

New Yorker Abendblatt. August 14, 16-20, 1 897 

New Yorker Sonntagsblatt. August 15, 1897 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. August 14-20, 1897 

New Yorker Wochenblatt. August 14, 1897 

Nickells Magazine. September, 1897 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 10 

Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 72, No. 2 , 

Northwest Magazine. August, 1897 , 

Ohio Nisi Prius and General Term Reports. August 16, 
1897. 

Optimist. August, 1897 

Organ. September, 1897 

Our Productions. August 14, 1897 

Our Wedge. August, 1897 

Our Young People. August 7, 1897 

Outlook. August 21, 1897 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 7 

People's Railway Guide. August 15, 1897 

Pennsylvania County Court Reports. August 21, 1897... 

Philadelphia Inquirer. August 15, 1897 

Pittsburg Daily News. August 14-20, 1897 

Pittsburg Times. August 14-20, 1897 

Pocket Magazine. September, 1897 

, Preacher's Magazine. September, 1897... 

Puck. August 25, 1897 

Railway Magazine. Vol. 2. January- June, 1897 

Rider and Driver. August 21, 1897 

Rough Notes. August 19, 1897 

Royal Arcanum Messenger. August, 1897. 

Russell's Convention Dates. August 14 and 21, 1897 

St. Louis Paint, Oil, and Varnish Market Reports. 

August 16, 1897. 
Saturday Night. August 28, September 4 and 11, 1897 

Sea Side Torch. August-September, 1897 

School and Home. August 17, 1897 



Proprietors. 



New York Times Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Tribune Ass'n, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Nickell Company, Boston. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
E. V. Smalley, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Vechten Waring, New York. 
Geo. Molineux, New York. 
American Publishing and 
Engraving Co., New York. 
George Batten & Co., 

New York. 
Young People Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Outlook Co., New York. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
C.S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times, Pittsburg. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Railway Magazine Company, 
New York. 
Rider and Driver Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Rough Notes Publishing Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. 
J. H. Bosworth, 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
Hamlin Russell, 

Newark, N. J. 
Mound City Paint and Color 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 
M. W. and C. Pennypacker, 
Asbury Park, N. J. 
Wm. L. Thomas, 

St. Louis, Mo. 



15 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



School Journal. August 14, 1897 

Scientific American. August 21, 1897 

Shipping and Commercial List. August 21, 1897 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 10 

Standard. August 28, 1897 

•Stock Report, No. 272. August 14, 1897 

Sun. August 14-20, 1897 

Sunday School Times. August 21, 1897 

Sunday-School World. Septem her, 1 897 

Superintendent and Foreman. August 17, 1897 

Temple. August, 1897 

Texas Magazine. July, 1897 

Theosophy. September, 1897 

Tobacco. August 13, 1897 

Town Talk. August 21, 1897 

Town Topics. August 19, 1897 

Truth. August 21 and 28, 1897 

United States Courts of Appeals Reports. August 15, 

1897: 

United States Investor. August 14, 1897 

United States Navy and Marine Corps Directory. August, 

1897. 
Viavi Cause. August 14, 1897 

Vogue. August 19, 1897 

Voice of Masonry. August 1897 

Western Brewer. August, 1S97 

Western Electrician. August 14, 1897 

What to Eat. September, 1897 

Wooden and Willow-Ware Trade Review. August 12, 
1897. 

World's Sunday Magazine. August 15, 1897 

Yale Review. August, 1897 

Youth's Companion. August 19, 1897 



Proprietors. 



E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 

Munn & Co., New York. 

Shipping and Commercial 

List Company, New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Standard Press, New York. 

Western Pig Iron Association, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Sun Printing and Publishing 

Association, New York. 

John D. Wattles & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
American Sunday -School 
Union, Philadelphia. 

Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 
Temple Press, Denver, Colo. 
William C. Scarff, 

Dallas, Tex. 
William Q. Judge, 

New York. 
T. H. Delano Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 
Town Topics Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Truth Company, New Y"ork. 
Banks & Bros., New York. 

Investor Pub. Co., Boston. 
L. L. Thompson, 

Washington City. 
H. and H. E. Law, 

San Francisco. 
Fashion Co., New York. 

John W. Brown, Chicago. 
H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 
Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Pierce & Pierce, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 
Press Pub. Co. , New York. 
Yale Publishing Company, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



30343. Eugene Oneguine Waltz. Tschaikowsky. JEo- iEolian Company, New York 

lian Grand. 
30331. Rip Van Winkle Overture. Ellis Brooks. Do. 

iEoliau Grand. 
30330. Der Freischutz Potpourri. Weber. iEolian : Do. 

Grand. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



30332. Carmen-Recitative and Duet Bizet. iEolian 
Grand. 

30333. Carmen-Terzetto Bizet. iEolian Grand 

30334. Carmen-Aria and Intermezzo. iEolian Grand 

30336. Tannhauser. The Shepherd and the Pilgrims. 
Wagner. iEolian Grand. 

30337. Tannhauser. Wolfram's Appeal, and Sextet. 
Wagner. iEolian Grand. 

30338. Tannhauser. Elizabeth's Greeting, Oh Hall of 
Song. Wagner. iEolian Grand. 

30339. Tannhauser. Elizabeth's Intercession. Wagner. 
iEolian Grand. 

30340. Tannhauser. Introduction. Wagner. iEolian 
Grand. 

30341. Tannhauser. Tannhauser's Pilgrimage. Wag- 
ner. iEolian Grand. 

30342. Tannhauser. The Dream of Venus. Wagner. 
iEolian Grand. 

Dolly, Dear. By H. Bauer 

The Captain With His Whiskers By Lavinia Carlton ... 

The Little Shoe-Black Boy. By Ed. Rogers 

Parade of ' ' The Finest. " By G. J. Couchois 

Spanish Beauty Waltzes. By William Polla 

Song of the River. No. 1, in D. By Samuel Liddle 

Violette. By W. Augustus Barratt 

The Garden by the Sea. By C. Francis Lloyd 

Sleep Thou, My Sweet. By Alfred Pratt 

Barcarolle und Canzonetta. Von Hans Sitt 

Barcarolle. By Hans Sitt 

Canzonetta. By Hans Sitt 

Serenata per Violino. Di Paolo Felis 

Recollections of the Past. By R. L. Hermanee 

Sit Down, Brophy. By Ernest Hogan 

Honey, You Made a Hit with Me. By Bert. A. Williams.. 

Mary Jane. By Arthur Trevelyan 

Eclipse March. By Charles A. Prince 

The Sexton Will Never Know. By Gussie L. Davis 

Syncopated Sandy. By Stanley Whiting 

Dear Little Pouting Miss Prue. By Geo. A. Nichols.... 

Nordica Schottische. By H. O.Wheeler 

I Was Once Your Wife. By Monroe H. Rosenfield 

I Was Once Your Wife. By H. O. Wheeler. Orchestra... 

The Merry American March. By H. O. Wheeler. Band.. 
My Sailor Laddie's Coming Back to Me. By Walter E. 
Burchell. 

Come Unto Me and Rest. By Frederick Rosse 

Who'll Go for a Soldier? By C. H. Martini 

Magnificat in G. By Frederick N. Shackley 

In Ole Virginny. By T. P. Brooke. Band 

The Wdddiug Day March. By Julian Edwards 

The Wedding Day Waltzes. By Julian Edwards 

The Wedding Day Lancers. By Julian Edwards 

A Pompeiian Love Song. By Henry B. Vincent 

The Major Quadrille. By Chas. L. Lewis — 

For mandolin, guitar, and piano 

For 2 mandolins and guitar 

Mandolin and guitar 

Carina. By Ed. Hesselberg 

La Castagnette. By Henry Ketten 



Proprietors. 



iEolian Company, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

H. Bauer, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Sol. Bloom, Chicago. 

Do. 
Boosey & Co., London. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Bosworth & Co.. Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 
Chas. W. Boughlon, 

Newark, N. J. 
Broder & Schlam. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. O. Brokaw, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Do. 
Brokaw Music Publishing 
Company, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Do. 
Walter E. Burchell. 

Chappell & Co., London. 

Do. 
Church Choir Co., New York. 
John Church Co., Cincinnati. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Don't Tell Her That You Saw Me. By Edward Beyer. 

For band. 
I'm a Gay Soubrette. By Edward Beyer. For band.... 

Medley Schottische. By J. L. Scbetter. For band 

Dolly Gray. By A. LeRoy Conkey 

The Carols for Children's Day. By A. LeRoy Conkey.. 
The Lord's Prayer for Chorus in Unison. By A. LeRoy 

Conkey. 
The Three Gypsies. By Johannes Gelbke 

Our Fatherland. By James Nuno... 

The Light of Youth. By J. C. Macy 

Response No. 1. By F. L. Jackson 

Sit Down, Sad Soul. By W. W. Gilchrist 

Safely Through Another Week. By C. R. Cressey 

Lead, Kindly Light. By J. B. Dykes. Arranged by 

Herbert Johnson. 

Rowley's March. By J. Rowley 

Aerial Voyage. By Benjamin Godard 

Mauresque. By Benjamin Godard 

Youth. By Benjamin Godard 

Dreaming. By Benjamin Godard 

Religious Scenes in Brittant. By Benjamin Godard 

Last Farewell. By Benjamin Godard 

Last Waltz. By BenjamiD Godard 

Last Smile. By Benjamin Godard 

Flirtation March. By A. O. Duncan. Arranged by M. 

Eidner. 

Minuetto. By C. Chaminade 

Serenade. By C. Chaminade 

Air De Ballet. By C. Chaminade 

Guitare. By C. Chaminade 

Valse Caprice. By C. Chaminade 

Pas Des Amphores. By C. Chaminade 

Pierrette. By C. Chaminade 

Lolita. By C. Chaminade 

Scaramouche. By C. Chaminade 

Arabesque. By C. Chaminade 

La Morena. By C. Chaminade 

Vert Galant. By C. Chaminade 

Madrigal. By Louise Ganne 

Nocturne. By Camille Saint-Saens — 

Piano seul 

Piano et Violon 

Le Chant De L' Alliance. By Edmond Mussa 

Mon Cceur a Reve. By Paul Delmet 

La Chanson Du Revell. By Paul Delmet 

Valse De Phryne. By Louis Ganne 

Menuet Paien. By Louise Ganne 

King Henry to Fair Rosamond. No. 1 in A flat and 

No. 2 in B flat. 
Casey on Parade. By Wm. B. Fairchild 

Our Pledge. By Chas. M. Fillmore 

When Hearts are True. By Fred. Simonson 

Esulta Italia. By E. Ricci 

3 T E 



Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. L. Conkey, 

New Milford, Conn. 
Do. 
Do. 

Denton, Cottier & Daniels, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Do. 
Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. O. Duncan, New York. 

Enoch & Co. , Paris, France. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Enoch & Sons, London. 

Wm. B. Fairchild, 

Chelsea, Mass. 
Fillmore Brothers, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Joseph Flanner, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
A. Forlivesi & Co., 

Firenze, Italia. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Nocturia. By J. Marsh. Transcription for violin and 
piano by Alfred Freeman. 

Eecuerdos de Evelyn. By Geo. Fulton 

Souvenir Songs 

Light Guards March. By Grace A. Gould 

I'll Ne'er Forget Thee. By Frederick S. Hall 



Propeietoes. 



When You're in Love. By Bonnie Thornton. 



La Belle Russe Mazurka. By Richard Goerdeler. 



Shower of Blossoms. By Richard Goerdeler 

Evening Lullaby. By R. L. Hermance 

Madamoiselle New York. By Charles Cole Coleman. 



I Want One Like Mary's. By Frank G. Mack 

A Red Hot Coon. By Lu Senarens 

It Isn't Very Nice to Ask a Lady. By Frank G. Mack... 

How I Love My Baby Lou. By Lew Sully 

Fugue By F. Chopin. Arranged by Natalie Janotha 

Oh! Holy Man of Sorrows. By D. Emlyn Evans 

The Milking Song. By J. Jobling 

Die Auserwahlte. Nach Erk unci Kiicken 

Why Do I Love Thee? By Robert A. Reiser 

The Covenanters' Hymn. By Rev. Robert P. Kerr 

Concertetude. By Rudolf Tillmetz 

Valse Brillante. By Rudolf Tillmetz 

Finnigan Cadets. By W. H. Krell 

Les Perses. By Xavier Leroux. Suite D'Orchestre 

The Gallant Boys in Blue. By Emile G. Sirret 



V. M. I. Cadet March. By Chas. J. MacHenry... 

Li Hung Chang March. By Otto Auerbach 

Command and Promise. By Carrie M. MacLean.. 

Huntington. By H. P. Main 

Goodlifi'e. By H. P. Main 

Bottome. By H. P. Main 

The Rose of Klondyke. By John W. Metcalf 

Silver and Gold. By Fred. Simonson 



Alfred Freeman, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Geo. Fulton, Laredo, Tex. 
M. L. Glover, Augusta, Me. 
Grace A. Gould. 
Frederick S. Hall, 

Maiden, Mass. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
R. L. Hermance. 
Howley, Havilaud & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Natalie Janotha, London. 
D. Jenkins. 



Philadelphia. 



Leipzig. 

Chicago. 
Paris. 



Offertorio in E flat. By Frank C. Harrington 

Don't Quarrel with Your Sweetheart. By John Braham.. 
Everyday Songs for Boys and Girls. By E. Josephine 

Troup. Books 87 and 88. 
The Spanish Beggar Girl. By Chas. J. Orth. Arranged 

for mandolin and guitar by N. J. Roland. 
America Up to Date. By J. S. Duss 



Oh, My Sweetheart Rides a Wheel. By M. Parcello. 
The Normal March. By C. M. Parker 



Bicycle Relay. By Ernest Philpott 

Our Colored Troops' March. By E. C. Ramsdell. 

Orchestra. 
Diamonds of Dew March. By Mrs. Isie H. Reynolds.. 
Petite Suite. By S. J. Fielder 



A Musical Poem. Bj' Ballard Gritton.. 
Friihlingserwachen. By Karl Schauss .. 
Susquehanna Sue. By J. Frank Walsh. 



J. Jobling. 
J. W. Jost, 
R. A. Keiser. 
R. P. Kerr. 
Fr. Kistner, 

Do. 
W. H. Krell, 
Alphonse Leduc, 
C. F. McDermott and Emile 

G. Sirret. 
Charles J. MacHenry. 
M. De Mackiewiez. 
Carrie M. MacLean. 
Hubert P. Main, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
John W. Metcalf. 
Milwaukee Music Company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Geo. Molineux, New York. 
National Music Co., Chicago. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Chas. J. Orth, 

Milwaukee, W T is. 
Wm. C. Ott& Co., 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 
M. Parcello. 
C. M. Parker, 

Binghamton, N. Y. 
Ernest Philpott. 
E. C. Kamsdell, Boston. 

Mrs. Isie H. Reynolds. 
St. Cecilia Music Publishing 
Company, London. 

Do. 
Charles Schauss, Wiesbaden. 
G. W. Setchell, Boston. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Contim-ed. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



By J. Frank 
Walsh. 

A Roundelay. By Anton Strelezki 

Little Tottie Brown Shoes. By Norton Atkins 

A Russian Sleigh Eide. By S. Claude Ridley 

In a Corn-Field. By Michael Watson 

The Beautiful Sea. By George Le Brunn 

Meet Me at the Ball. By Jas. M. Sheehan 

Fantasiestiick. By Alfred Holy 

Neun Clavierstucke. Von B. Grodzki 

Somebody's Waiting By Carl Bohm 

The Engineer's Story. By L. B. Smith 

Ben Battles. By Walter Hawley 



G. W. Setchell, 



Boston. 



Don't Mention Her Name. By Chas. Graham. 

Josephine. By Geo. M.Cohan 

A Letter From Mother. By Alfred W. Sweet.. 



Little Dorothy. By E. A. Tubbs. For band.... 

Black Beauty. By E. A. Tubbs. Band 

Defiance Commandery March. By E. A. Tubbs. 

Picayune March. By E. A. Tubbs. Band 

Jubilee Overture. By H. Engelmann 



Band- 



Stag Island Two-step. By Stewart H. Vint 

Lost ! At a Bargain-Counter. By W. B. Baniss. . 



Concert Study in C Minor. By Arthur Somervell 

I Love My Love in the Morning. By J. Varley Roberts.. 
The Bon Ton Violin and Piano Collection 

The Bon Ton Collection for Mandolin and Piano. Ley- 
bach Pianoforte Album. By J. Leybach. 

Young Students' Four-Hand Collection 

"Barbecue" Military Schottische. By Wm. S. Glynn... 

Houses of Glass. By Watty Hydes 

Apologize, McCarthy. By J. T. Tierney 

Belle of the Orient. By Josie F. Abbott 

Melinda Jenkins' Wedding Day. By Arthur Gillespie... 

Ram a Jam or I Want That Man. By Francis J. Bryant.. 

A Shanhai Layin' for a Coon. By J. Ben Michaelis 

Miss Modesty. By Dave Reed, Jr 

Mr. Moore From Arkansaw. By Will A. Heelan... 

The Vagrants Story. By Chas. Baswitz 

I's Nevah Gwine to Lub Yo' Any Moah. By A. E. B. 
Leonard. 



Chas. Sheard & Co. , London. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
James H. Sheehan. 
Carl Simon, Berlin. 

N. Simrock, Berlin. 

Do. 
L. B. Smith, Cleveland, Ohio. 
George L. Spaulding, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Alfred W. Sweet, 

Worcester, Mass. 
E. A. Tubbs, Bryan, Ohio. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Chas. D. Tuttle, 

Philadelphia. 
S. H. Vint. 
G. W. R, Wallace, 

La Grange, 111. 
Weekes&Co., London. 

Do. 
White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
K. M. Widmer, New York. 
Geo. Willig&Co., 

Baltimore, Md. 

Do. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Kosciusko High School March. Bv Lull Martin 

I Wouldn't Believe Him, Would You? By John 

Rutledge. 
Camp of Glory March. By Eduard Hoist — 

Cello 


T. 


E. Witzm, 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 


inn & Co., 
Memphis, Tenn 


Flute 






On the Banks of the Mississippi. By G. Bellenghi — 
Flute 




Cornet 




Cello 







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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Fan Drill March. By C. A. Hoffman- 
Cello 

Flute 

Cornet 

Fairy Bells Schottische. By R. Fosgate — 

Flute 

Cello 

Cornet 

Frolic of the Kittens Schottische. By Em. H. Rees 

Cello.. 

Cornet 

Flute 

Belle of the Cakewalk. By Lawrence B. O'Connor. 

Simple Little Mignonette. By C. W. Krogmann 

The Pacemaker. By Harry H. Zickel. .. 



Proprietors. 



E. Witzmann & Co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
B. F. Wood Music Company, 
Boston. 
Do. 
Harry H. Zickel, 

Detroit, Mich. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Andromeda. By Ada Lee Bascom 

The Flat Next Door. By John C. Fox 

The Priest's Coat. By Fred Fritz 

Hermann uud Dorothea. Von Goethe. Edited by Cal- 
vin Thomas. 
The Prince of Pleasure. By Claude Bertram Ricketts.. 

Irish Volunteers. By Eugene W. Scully and John 

Theobald Walsh. 
My Wife's Step- Husband. By H. A. Du Souchet 

Dyspepsia. By Frederick B. Stanford 

La Vie En Pension, or the Coming Man. By Maria 

Sullivan. 
Montery. By Til. Tilford 



I Ada Lee Bascom, New York. 
John C. Fox, New York. 

Fred Fritz, 

What Cheer, Iowa. 
Henry Holt & Co. , New York. 

Claude Bertram Ricketts, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Eugene W. Scully, 

New York. 
H. A. Du Souchet, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Frederick B. Stanford, 

New York. 
Maria Sullivan, 

Providence, R. I. 
Tilden Tilford, Boston. 



MAPS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of titles.) 



Anderson's Map of the Upper Yukon and Adjacent 

Regions. 1897. 
Map of Alaska 

Map of Route to the Klondike, from Chilkoot Pass to 

Fort Selkirk. 
Abingdon, Va. July, 1897 

Hartford, Wis. June, 1897 

Newport, Tenn. July, 1897 

Superior, Nebr. July, 1897 

Colorado City, Colo. August, 1897 

Annapolis, Md. July, 1897 



O. P. Anderson Man and Blue 
Print Co., Seattle, Wash. 
G. W. and C. B. Coltou & 
Co., New York. 

W. C. MacLyon and George 
W. Kneass, San Francisco. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



21 

MAPS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Mechauicsburg, Ohio. July, 1897 . 



Proprietors. 



Beaver Dam, Wis. July, 1897 

Petersburg, Va. Juue, 1897 - 

Mr. Vernon, Ohio. July, 1897 

Sutton, Nebr. July, 1897.... 

Map of Alaska and Surroundings, Showing the Klon- 
dike Gold Fields and Routes to the Mining Camp. 
Massachusetts. Atlas Plate. Nos. 5, 17, 18 



Bicycle Road-Map — 

Philadelphia to Atlantic City 

South Norwalk to New Haven 

The Klondyke and the Gold Fields 



Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Tribune Association, 

New York. 
Geo. H. Walker & Co., 

Boston. 

J. W. Waring, New York. 
Do. 

Carlos P. Watkins, 

Seattle, Wash. 



ENGRAVINGS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



At Musard's George Barrie & Son, 

Philadelphia, 

The Masked Ballot' the Opera ! Do. 

Sunbeam ! Archibald Ramsden, London. 

Madame Recamier-Gerard Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 

Mrs. Siddons-Gainsborough Do. 

Madame Le Brun and Child. By Herself. Do. 

David and the Shepherd. E. Gardner I Do. 

Cupid and Butterfly. Bouguereau Do. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Maud Muller 



862. Sagamore 

864. United States Steamship Iowa ... 

865. Varuna 

866. Varuna 

Fire Engine. Nos. 1 and 2 

Christian Orphans' Home. View No. 



1. 



Mount Tacoma or Rainier from Nelson Bennet's Resi- 
dence, Tacoma, Wash. 

Mount Tacoma from Coal Bunker 

Mount Tacoma or Rainier 

Mount Tacoma from Tide Flats 

The Flower of the Harvest 

Going to Market, Sir, She Said 

The Gardener's Daughter 

Who's Skeered? 

Wild Strawberries 

Nanette Comstock. Nos. 1 and 2 

Belle Gold. No. 1 



R. P. Bellsmith, 




Cincinnati, Ohio 


C. E. Bolles, Br 


ooklyn, N. Y 


Do. 




Do. 


• 


Do. 




Geo. B. Bray ton 


, Boston 


T. A. Carlson, 




Holdrege, Nebr 


A. C. Carpenter, 




Tacoma, Wash 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




T. E. Dillon, 


Scranton, Pa 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




B. J. Falk, 


New York 


Do. 





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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



xl056. Philadelphia L. A. W. Meet, 1897. The Head- 
quarters. 

xl057. Philadelphia L. A. W. Meet, 1897. Wheelmen 
at Headquarters 

xl059. Philadelphia L. A. W. Meet, 1897. Collecting 
Buttons. 

xl060. Philadelphia L. A. W. Meet, 1897. The Start for 
a Run. 

xl061. Philadelphia L. A. W. Meet, 1897. The Wissa- 
hickon Run, Stone Bridge. 

xl069. Philadelphia L. A. W. Meet, 1897. Races at 
Willow Grove. The Start. 

Miss Fannie Crosby. Nos. 1 and 2 

Miss Fannie Crosby and Miss Curtis, Secretary 

Miss Fannie Crosby and Mr. Weedon 

The Torn Hat 



Proprietors. 



Alligator Bait.. 



Clost Up, Jim ,.. 

Queen of the Wheel., 
Roses , 



Madonna Enthroned 

Portrait of a Child 

Boston Base Ball Club — 

Fred. Tenny. Nos. 1, 2, 3. 



Robert L. Lowe. Nos. 1,2... 

James Sullivan. Nos. 1,2 

Hermann Long. Nos. 1,2 

J. E. Stivetts. No. 1,2 

C. A. Nichols. Nos. 1,2 

C.M.Lewis. Nos. 1, 2 , 

James Collins Nos. 1,2 

Chas W. Canzel. Nos. 1,2.... 

Hugh Duffy. Nos. 1,2 

R. S. Allen. Nos. 1,2 

A. S. Stahl. Nos. 1,2 

George Yaeger. Nos. 1, 2 

W. R. Hamilton. Nos. 0,2... 
F. A. Klobendanz. Nos. 1,2. 

F. L. Lake. Nos. 1,2 

In the Studio 



Griffith & Griffith, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

Do. 
Chester A. Lawrence, 

Dorchester, Mass. 
McCrary & Branson, 

Knoxville. Tenn. 

Do. 
RoseStudio, Providence, R. I. 
Joshua Montgomery Sears. 

Do. 

Do. 

E. G. Selee and F. O. Wood- 
ruff, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Beatrice Townsen, Chicago. 



CORRECTION. 

(List of photographs deposited between June 7 and June 12, inclusive, corrected from page 20 in 

Catalogue No. 310.) 



Good Night, George. 



Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

New York. 



Harder, George Do. 

Papa Came Home Unexpectedly | Do. 

Seal Rocks, San Francisco Do. 

Under the Apple Blossoms. Nos. 1 and 2 R. Y. Young. 



Undergoing Repairs. 

Mrs. Smith Comes Home Unexpectedly. 

After Wild Grapes 

Now What's Up 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



23 



PHOTOGKAPHS (COEEECTION)— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 




E. Y. Young. 




Do. 
Do. 


Up to Date Girls 

Six Months Wedded 


Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 




Do. 


Durin"' the Honeymoon 


Do. 







LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



The Flower of the Woods , 

The Water Carrier 

They Say It's Worth a Million. 



Quick, Here's the Paper 

A Dainty Dish 

Women on Shoulders 

Jeanetta Elliott 

Two Women 

May Clarke Van Osten. .. 
28-sheet. "Pictorial." 



E. Frank Coe Co., New York. 
Joseph P. Knapp, New York. 
H. C. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



N. Y. No. 7648 Strobridge 



Litho. Co. , 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 



PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Twilight in Central Park 

Dawn in Central Park 

How an African Hunter Got a Free Eide 

Judge's Puzzle Pictures. ' ' City of the World " 

There'll Be a Hot Time in de Old Town To-Night 

Locked Out 

I'm a Dead Coon, Sure 

I Suppose, Corporal, You'd Like it Better if I Called 
You Sergeant? 

A Hired Girl 

The Diamond Necklace 

The Escape 

Bimbo 

Mr. Sherman Has Been Stirring Up the British Lion 

It Comes High, But They Must Have It 

The Temptation 



E. M. Donaldson, New York. 

Do. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
H. C. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York, 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Scripps-McEae League, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 



24 
CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Union Label Advertising; Card. 



Excelsior Drafting Machine 

Naples. Mazurka. By Fleury. 



Pbopeietobs. 



Gluck Auf March. By Kixner 

Clementine. Gavotte. By Lecocq 

She Wanted Something to Play With. By Chapman 

A Hot Time in the Old Town. By Metz 

Honey, Does You Love Yer Man. By Bratton 

Whisper Your Mother's Name. By Carter 

Jusques La. By Kerker 

Honey on My Lips. By Trevathan : 

Isabelle. Song. Bratton 

Lulu. Song. Hecht 

All Coons Look Alike to Me. By Hogan 

Louisiana Lou. By Stuart 

Edelweiss. Song. ByPeuschel 

Sweet Rosey O'Grady. By Nugent 

Ach Emma. Rheinlander. Lincke 

Munkelei. March. By Fraukl 

Nordlicht. Waltz. By Millocker 

L' Argentine. Mazurka, By Ketterer 

Jnbel. Overture. By Weber 

Le Ranz des Vaches. Swiss song 

Les Huguenots. Rataplan. By Meyerbeer 

Sinfa Hymn „ 

She Pah Moh 

Le Timpan 

Shanghai Mody 

Le Syum 

Chum Chulin 

Brazi 1 ian National Hy m n 

American Ancestral Chart, Including Dates of Leading 

Eveuts of a Branch of the Family of Rev. John 

Moore, of Newton, L. I. 

Louis J. Phelan's Anatomical Chart 

Deep Breathing Good for 'Cyclists 



Wickersham's Comprehensive Music Chart. 



E. B. Harris, 

West Superior, Wis. 

F. J. King & Co. 
Mermod-Freres, 

Ste. Croix, Switzerland. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
J. W. Moore, Easton, Pa. 



F. Porcher, London. 

B. B. Whaley, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
E. G. Wickersham, 

Grover Hill, Ohio. 



DESIGNS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



The Springfield Rifle. 



G. W. Langdon, 

Newburyport, Mass. 



25 
CUTS. 

tArranged alphabetically by names of proprietors. 



Titles. 



Narcissus — 

Poeticus 

Poeticus Ornatus 

Prin ceps 

Pompon Hyacinths 

Hyacinthus Belgicns 

Cockade Hyacinth 

Jonquils 

Giant Crocus 

Anemones 

Mariage de ma Fille, etc 

Auratum Rubrovittatum 

L'Immaculee, etc 

Hyacinths. Single and Double 

Pardalinum, etc 

Lilium Auratum, etc 

Double Roman 



Proprietors. 



J. W. Childs, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Floral, N. Y. 



4 T E 



CATALOGUE to 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



AND 



OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, FROM AUGUST 23 TO AUGUST 28, 1897, INCLUSIVE, 
WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO 
COPIES IN THE OFFICE. 



ISTo. 321. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 

1897. 



Treasury Department, 

Office of the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery , Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



A Business for You. 



Allen's Jamaica Village and Richmond Hill Directory. 

1897. 
The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table. By Oliver Wendell 

Holmes. 
Evening Comfort. Arranged by Elizabeth Robinson 

Scovil. 
Morning Strength. Arranged by Elizabeth Robinson 

Scovil. 
Key to a School Algebra. By Emerson E. White 



McGuffey's Eclectic Spelling Book. Revised Edition..., 

The New System of Freehand Writing. No ] 

Ward's Graded Lessons in Penmanship and Spelling. 
Nos. 1-6, Small. Nos. 1-6, Large. 

A Mental Arithmetic. By William J. Milne - 

Practical Suggestions to Local Organizers of the Ameri- 
can Musical Association. 
Fashions of New York 



"A" Syndicate Page. September 4, 1897... 

"B" Syndicate Page. September 4, 1897 

" C " Syndicate Page. August 28, 1 897 

" E " Syndicate Page. August 28, 1897 

Anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga 

Manual of Physical Drill United States Army. 

First Lieutenant Edmund L. Butts. 

Mifanwy. By Allen Raine 

Design and Construction of Electric Power Plants. By 

Bion J. Arnold. Part 11 — Buildings and General 

Arrangements. 
" Hobart, Jr.," to the Front. By Curtiss Brown 



By 



Small Folks Coach Parade. By Annie Laurie Woods.... 

Freak Machine Breaks Record. By H. D. Jones 

Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By Ellen Osborn 

Biggest Passenger Boat Yet. By I. D. Marshall 

New Summer Sport at Chautauqua. By Curtiss Brown. 

Electricity from Water. By Curtiss Brown 

No Need to Heave the Lead. By H. D. Jones 

Perils of the Hunting Season. By Earl Mayo 

Only a Matter of Muscle. By Annie Laurie Woods 

All About the Woman of Fashion. By Annie Laurie 
Woods. 

Chaminade to Visit America. By H. D. Jones 

War Kites for United States Navy. By Earl Mayo 

Will Invade the Klondike. By Perrington Maxwell .... 

Canned Goods Feed the Poor. By Grant Hamilton.. 

The Capture of the "Comet." By David Wachsler 

M. Quad and Kemble Page. By Chas. B. Lewis 

Summer Nights. By Everett Holbrook 

Jack Ollivant's Talisman. By Julian Hawthorne 

(3) 



C. K. Alger, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Geo. E. Allen, New York. 



Henry Altemus, 



Do. 
Do. 



Philadelphia. 



American Book Company, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
American Musical Associa- 
tion. Chicago. 
American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
B. J. Arnold, Chicago. 



Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pbopeietoes. 



The American State Reports. By A. C. Freeman. Vol. 
55. 

United States Appeals. Vol. 43 

Appellate Division Reports. Supreme Court. Vol. 16. 
Author's Birthday Exercises — 

7. Nathaniel Hawthorne 

8. Oliver Wendell Holmes 

Consolidated Stock Brokerage. Invitation 

Half Dime Library. No. 1047 

Dime Library. No. 982 

Higher Arithmetic. By Wooster Woodruff Beman and 

David Eugene Smith. 
The Codified Negotiable Instruments Law of the State 

of New York. Edited by James W. Eaton and H. 

Noyes Greene. 
The Eucharistic Christ. By Rev. A. Tesniere 

A Bachelor's Trouble 

A Fountain Sealed. By Sir Walter Besant. Prologue... 

One Nation and One People 

An Essay on Value. By John Borden 

Boyd's Directory of Delaware County, Pa. 1897-98 

Elementary Form, or Outlines of Concrete Geometry. 

By Rev. W. F. C. Morsell. 

Local Electric Time Tables 

Brock's Mill Reports. September, 1897 

Oratory in the Public Schools. By Percy Jewett 

Burnell. 
Three Wellesley Girls. By Anna May Hunt. Chap. 27.. 
A Program for Graduation. By Mrs. A. A. Buxton 

The Senorita De Los Lobos. Chaps. 1-3. By Frank W. 
Calkins. 

Illinois Appellate Court's Reports. Vol. 69 

Directions for Using the Christian Era Calendar 

Course in Literature and Literary Criticism. 13 — Henry 

Wadsworth Longfellow. (Continued.) 
Course in Popular and Applied Science — 

20— Light. (Concluded.) By William J. Hopkins. 

21. — The Microscope. By William J. Hopkins 

School Ideas. A Teacher's Course. 1 — Children and 

Education. (Concluded.) 
Course in Literature and Literary Criticism. 14 — Oliver 
Wendell Holmes. Biography. By John Ebenezer 
Bryant. 

A Few Suggestions for the Prevention of Fires 

Perpetua. By Rev. S. Baring-Gould. Chap. 7 

Tom Moore in Bermuda. By J. C. Lawrence Ciark 

Smull's Legislative Hand Book and Manual of the State 
of Pennsylvania. 1897. 

The Fight for Prosperity. By John Orme Cole 

Dynamos and Motors — 

Question Paper. Second Edition. Parti 

Question Paper. Second Edition. Part 2 

Stenography. Lesson 7. Question Paper. First Edition. 
Architectural Design. Part 2. Question Paper. First 
Edition. 



Bancroft-Whitney Company, 
San Francisco. 
Banks & Bros. , New York. 
Do. 

C. W. Bardeen. 

Do. 
Henry Barna, New York. 
Beadie & Adams, New York. 

Do. 
Wooster Woodruff Beman 
and David Eugene Smith. 
Matthew Bender. 

Albany, N. Y. 

Benziger Brothers, 

New York. 
G. Berkes, Denver, Colo. 
Walter Besant, London. 

Blakely Pub. Co., Chicago. 
John Borden. 
Sibbald Fred. Boyd, 

Philadelphia. 
Milton Bradley Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
George L. Bray, Lynn, Mass. 
Henry Brock, New York. 
Percy Jewett Burnell, 

Boston. 
C. O. Burton. 
Mrs. A. A. Buxton, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Frank W. Calkins. 

Callaghan & Co., Chicago. 
C. E. Chase, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 
Chicago Record, Chicago. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Chronicle Co., New York. 
Churchman Co., New York. 
J. C. Lawrence Clark, 

Lancaster, Mass. 
Thos. B. Cochran, 

Lancaster, Pa. 
John Orme Cole. 

Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Our Dead Presidents 

Cowperthwait Catalogue. 1897 

The Evolution of France. Translated from the French 

by Isabel F. Hapgood. 
Colomba. Translated from the French of Prosper 

Merimee by Eose Sherman. 

Uncle Tom's Cabin. By Harriet Beecher Stowe 

Asshur and the Land of Nimrod. By Hormuzd Kassam.. 

The Little Waltzer 

A Master of Indirection. By T. Austin Dailey. Chaps. 

25, 26. 

The Trump of Death 

Some Rambling Thoughts By "Nemo" 

Motley MusiDgs. By "Querque'' 

Fire Insurance Under the Searchlight 

Victims of Mammon. By Solon Doggett 

Los Meritos y Puntos de Excellencia del Alimeuto de 

Mellin. 

Maine Register. May 1, 1897, to May 1, 1898 

Draper's Converting Tables 

The Chautauqua Booklet Calendar. For 1898 

Rules for Playing "Dis-Ko" 

The Catskills. June, 1897 

Fables and Tales. Edited by W. F. Rocheleau 

Usage of the Handle Target 

The Isle that is called Patmos. By William Edgar Ceil.. 
Off ener Schreibebrief des Philip Sauerampter. Part 3.. 

The Teachers' Alphabet. By Win. M. Giffin 

Grammar School Geometry and Methods in Arithmetic. 

By Wm. M. Giffin. 
The Story of Jean Valjean. Edited by Sara E. Wiltse.. 

Shorthand in Twenty Lessons. Lesson 20 

Amiable Admonition 

New Exercises in the Construction of Melodies. By 
Henry Schwing. 

Education. Chap. 15 

Costs in Gold of British Wool Dress Goods and Cotton 
Wraps. Tariff, 1897. 

Hand Book of Reliable Information Concerning Tax- 
ation of Real Estate and Personal Property. 

Harding's Collection of 100 Jigs and Reels 

The Natural Method of Bible Study. First Year- 
Seventeenth Lesson. 

The Man at the Semaphore. By Bret Harte 

Foundation Studies in Theory. By O. R. Skinner 

Simon Dale. By Anthony Hope. Chap. 9 

Agricultural Seeds. 1897 



Proprietors. 



Frank B. Copp, 

Shillington, Pa. 
B. M. Cowperthwait & Co., 
New York. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Curts & Jennings, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A. G. Dahmer, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
T. Austin Dailey. 



John Davey, 
Dawe & Tabor, 

Do. 
Woodard Dean, 
Solon D< ggett, 



Kent, Ohio. 
New York. 

Chicago. 
Boston. 



Doliber-Goodale Co., Boston. 

G. M. Donham, Portland, Me. 
A. G. Draper & Co., 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Grace Leigh Duncan, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Wm. J. Felter, 

Bloomingtou, TIL 
Ferris Publishing Company, 
Kingston, N. Y. 
A. Flannagan, Chicago. 

G. M. French. 
W. E. Geil. 

German Press and Plate Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wm. M. Giffin, Chicago. 
Do. 

Ginn & Co., Boston. 

Henry J. Greer, Boston. 

Grit Publishing Company, 

Williamsport, Pa. 
J. Gunther, Baltimore, Md. 

Winchester Hall . 

James Halliday, New York. 

Hancock & Stone, Chicago. 

Frank Harding's Music 
House, New York. 

C. M. Harless. 

Bret Harte, London. 

Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 
A. H. Hawkins, London. 
Peter Henderson & Co., 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



History of California. 



By Theodore H. Hittell. Vol. 3.. 
By J. A. Gillet. 



Elementary Algebra. With Part 2 

Third Kdition, Revised. 

Responsive Songs. By A. J. Hood.. 

Primary Lessons for Church Sunday Schools. 

Part 2. Lessons 39, 40, 41, 42, 43. 
Prospectus. 1897. Educational Department 



Vol. 1, 



Our Naval Alburn or Photographs of "The White 

Squadron." 
Descriptive Price List. Asbestos. August 20, 1897 



Color Card. August, 1897 

The Trade in Live Stock. August 19-21, 23, 24, 25, 1897. 

The Divinity and Personality of Jesus the Christ. Ed- 
ited by John H. Keyser. 

Paragon System of Penmanship. Primary Course. Nos. 
1 and 2. 

Paragon System of Penmanship. Regular Course. Nos. 
1-8. 

Sowing and Reaping. Arranged by J. H. Kurzenknabe. 



Some Remarks on Errors of Metabolism in General 

The First Resident and Business Directory of Nantucket, 

Edgartown, Etc. 1897. 
La Pola: Its Rules and Regulations 



How to Silver Mirrors. 



At the Front. By Oliver Optic , 

The Ensign. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 

Essays Upon Boiler Incrustation and Corrosion. 

George W. Lord. 
A Guide to the Klondike and the Yukon Gold Fields 



By 



Laws and Ordinances Relating to Bicycle Riding in 

Philadelphia. Compiled by Wra. H. Loyd, Jr. 
A Seeker After Knowledge. By John J. a' Becket 



Early Times in Kentucky. By W. Thomson 

Jingo, the Burro. By Phillip Verrill Mighels 

Dr. J. H. McLean's Medical Almanac. Forty-fifth 

Edition. French, German, Spanish, Bohemian, 

Swedish, Norwegian-Danish. 
Goody Two Shoes 



The Children in the Wood 

Little Bo Peep 

Kriss Kringle on a Wheel 

Humpty Dumpty 

Complete Outlines of State and National Civics. 

O. J. McManus. 

Wild Neighbors. By Ernest Ingersoll 

The Klondyke Gold Fields. By Charles Alexander 

Plempel. 
Form No. 5 — Direction to File Mechanic's Lien 



By 



Proprietors. 



Theodore H. Hittell, 

San Francisco. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
A. J. Hood, Muscoda, Wis. 
Mary E. Hutcheson, 

New York. 

International Committee 

Young Men's Christian 

Associations, New York. 

International Publishing 

Company, Chicago. 

H. W. Johns Manufacturing 

Company, New York. 

Do. 

Kansas City Star Company, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

John H. Keyser, 

East Norwalk, Conn. 
Krone Brothers, New York. 

Do. 

H. J. Kurzenknabe, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

H. Kutnow. New York. 

J. & E. Y. Kyte Directory 
Co., South Braintree, Mass. 

La Pola Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Columbus, Ohio. 

Leader Novelty Works, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Lee & Shepard, Boston. 

Mrs. C. E. Leslie, Chicago. 

George W. Lord. 

Lowmau & Hanford S. and P. 
Co., Seattle, Wash. 

Wm. H. Loyd, Jr., 

Philadelphia. 
S. S. McClure, Limited, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Dr. J. H. McLean Medicine 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. 

McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
O. J. McManus, Neola, Iowa. 

Macmillan Co., New York. 

Maryland Publishing Com- 
pany, Baltimore, Md. 

Material Men's Mercantile 
Ass'n Ltd., New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Young American. By Harry Pratt Judson. A 

The Mystic Book of God Unsealed. By K. V. Millard.. 

Minters' Mandolin Book 

Deep-Sea Fishermen. By John Alvey Mills 

Fifty Years of Statehood. 13 

Bellecycle. By Anne Eugenia Morgan 

Flowers and Their Friends. By Margaret Warner Mor- 
ley. 

The Money Saver. Eleventh Edition. 1897 

Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 717 

True to Themselves. By Alexander J. C. Skene 

The Dreamers and Other Poems. By Edward S. Van 
Zile. 

Isidra. By Willis Steell 

History of the Scandinavians and Successful Scandi- 
navians in the United States. Compiled and edited 
by O. N Nelson. Vol. 2. Parts 1-2. 

The First Reader for Primary Schools. By M. A. Newell. 

The Third Eeader for the Use of Schools. By M. A. 
Newell. 

The Fourth Eeader for the Use of Schools. By M. A. 
Newell. 

Der KSnig von Sidon. Von Paul Lindan. Fortsetzung. 

Das Bild im Wasser. Von Wilhelm Zenfen. Part 10... 
United States Official Hotel Directory. 1897 

Practical Hints for Young Writers, Readers, and Book 

Buyers. By Frederic Lawrence Knowles. 
Choice Popular Songs with Accompaniment for Piano or 

Popular Instrumental and Vocal Music. 
Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and 

Modern. Charles Dudley Warner, Editor. Vol. 18 
Excelsior Outlines in Civil Government. By Charles H. 

Peters. 
Reminiscences of Society in New York. 23 — Society's 

Patriotism, Philanthropy, and Beneficent Enterprise. 
Tennessee Reports. Vols. 95,96,97 

Poor's Manual of the Railroads of the United States. 

1897. 

Dream Roses 

Dream Roses Calendar for 1898 

Garland Violets 

Mizpah-Christian Endeavor Calendar. 1898 

My Lady Panzy. A Calendar for 1898. 

A Sunday at Skagua 

Women are Dearer than Gold 

Ottendorfer's Striking Message on Greater New York 

Fight Cabled to the World from Carlsbad. 

Row on the Danube 

Erin Charms Royalty 

Golli Put to Death 



Proprietors. 



Maynard, Merrill & Co., 

New York. 
K. V. Millard, 

Coquille, Oreg. 
H. F. Miller & Co., 

Little Rock, Ark. 
John Alvey Mills. 
Milwaukee Sentinel Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Anne Eugenia Morgan, 

Wellesley, Mass. 
Margaret Warner Morley. 



Morse & Rogers, 


New York. 


Norman L. Munro, 




New York. 


F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York. 


Do. 




Do. 




O. N. Nelson, 




Minneapolis, Minn. 


Charlotte Newell 




Do. 




Do. 




New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 




New York. 


Do. 




Official Hotel Red Book and 


Directory Co., 
L. C. Page & Co. 


New York. 
, Boston. 


Parkview Publishing Com- 


pany. 
R. S. Peale and 


J. A. Hill, 




New York. 


Charles H. Peters, 


St. 


Paul, Ohio. 


Morris Phillips & Co. , 

New York. 


George W. Pickel, 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


Poor's Railroad Manual 


Company, 
L. Prang & Co., 


New York. 
Boston. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Press Pub. Co., 


New York. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 





8 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Azcarraga Made Premier 

Britain Won't Send Us Gold... 
Norwalk Directory. 1897-98. 



A Conflict of Evidence. By Rodrigues Ottolengui. 

Chap. 5. 

Modern Locomotives 

Rand, McN ally & Co. 's Bankers' Directory and List of 

Bank Attorneys. July, 1897. 

Golden Alaska. By Ernest Ingersoll 

Elementary Geography 

Grammar School Geography 

On the Edge of a Moor 



Christ Reflected in Creation. By D. C. Millan 

Peace, Perfect Peace. By Rev. F. B. Meyer 

My Story 

Money, "Wages, and Prices. By George E. Roberts. 



A Norway Summer. By Laura D. Nichols. 
A Late Summer Day Afloat 



The Roman Hierarchy. By Rev. E. P. Woodward. 



The Pawtucket City and Central Falls City Directory. 

1897. 
Tuberculosis of the Genito-Urinary Organs. By N. Senn. 



Scherzer Rolling Lift Bridges 

Tbe Columbian Parliamentary Compend. Arranged by 

Harry W. Hoot. 
Organic Education. By Harriet M. Scott, assisted by 

Gertrude Buck. 
An Outline of Human Histology. By W. H. Seymour.. 
The Secret of the Black Butte. By William Shattuck.. 
Stepping Stones to Literature. By Sarah Louise Arnold 

and Charles B. Gilbert. 

Klondike. By Charles Frederick Stansbury , 

Das Kneipp'fche System fiir frauen. Von Frau Louise 

Marie Schweizer. 
Missouri Reports. Vol. 136 



Department, Contingent , 



Department Revisionary 

Occupants Term 

Department Ordinary 

Form X. Sprinkler 

Application for Merchant Membership. . 

Merchants' Guarantee Agreement . 

Certificate of Merchant Membership 

Application for Individual Membership 
The Tariff of 1897 



The United States Self-Scorer 

The Utility Live-Stock Cipher 

Souvenir of Petoskey and Bay View 

Manual of Proofreading. By Theo. J. Venn. 



Press Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 
Price & Lee Company, 

New Haven, Conn. 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 
Railroad Gazette, New York. 
Rand, McNally &Co., 

Chicago. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Fleming H. Revell Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
James Riley, Philadelphia. 
George E. Roberts, 

Fort Dodge, Iowa. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 
Ryman Interview Syndicate, 
New York. 
Safeguard Publishing Com- 
pany, Portland, Me. 
Sampson, Murdock & Co., 

Boston. 
W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
Albert H. Scherzer, Chicago. 
Scientific Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
H. M." Scott, Detroit, Mich. 

Wilbur H. Seymour. 
William Shattuck. 
Silver, Burdett & Co., 

Boston. 
Charles Frederick Stansbury. 
E. Steiger & Co., New York. 

E. W. Stephens, 

Columbia, Mo. 
I. Tanenbaum, Son & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Geo. E. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 
Do 
Do. 
Do. 
Tribune Association, 

New York. 
U. S. Playing Card Com- 
pany, Cincinnati. 
Utility Code Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
J. C. Van Ness, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Theo. J. Venn, Chicago. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Cy Warrnan's Reminiscences of Creede. 
Just a Little Boy. By Alice Ashworth. 



Defiant Hearts. By W. Heimburg. Chaps. 21-23... 
The Graded Drawing System. By Frances Westfall. 
New York Supplement. Vol. 45 



Shrewsbury. By Stanley J. Weyman. Chap. 33 

The Literature of the Age of Elizabeth. By Edwin P. 
Whipple. 

White's Accessible Points. July, 1897 

Statement of the Funded Debt of the Chicago, Burling- 
ton and Quiucy Eailroad System. December 31, 1896. 

The Minute Delicacies 



Save Those Dollars 

Elements of Chemistry. By Eufus P. Williams 

Our Solar Light Machine 

The Keystone Commonwealth. By George Edwin 

Womack. 
Municipal Buffalo. By J. Henry Wood 



Exiled to Siberia. By William Murray Gray don. Chaps. 

13-15. 
Picturesque Mexico. By Marie Eobinson Wright .. 



Proprietors. 



Cy Warman. 
Frederick Warne & Co., 

New York. 
Waverley Pub. Co., Boston. 
Frances Westfall. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Stanley J. Weyman, London. 
Edwin P. Whipple. 



J. W. White. 

White & Kemble, New York. 

Whitman Grocery Company, 
Orange, Mass. 
Henry Willard, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
Rufus P. Williams, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
W. J. Wilson, 

Washington City. 
George Edwin Womack, 

Austin, Tex. 
J. Henry Wood, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Woolfall Pub. Company. 

Marie Robinson Wright. 



PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of titles.) 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. August 23 29, 1897 

Advance Reports. Legal Intelligencer. August 27, 1 897.. 

Albany Law Journal. August 21, 1897 

Amateur Athlete. August 26, 1897 

American Agriculturist. August 28, 1897 

American and Foreign Patent Review. August, 1897 

American Architect and Building News 

American Field. August 28, 1897 

American Florist. August 21, 1897 

American Journal of the Medical Sciences. September, 

1897. 
American Machinist. August 26, 1897 

American Medico-Surgical Bulletin. August 25, 1897.... 
American Monthly. September, 1897 



2 T E 



New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

Frank Reeder, Secretary of 
the State of Pennsylvania. 

Albauy Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 

Amateur Athlete News Com- 
pany, New York. 

Orange Judd Co., New York. 

John F. Kerr, Paterson, N. J. 

American Architect and 
Building News Co., Boston. 

American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 

American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 

Lea Bros. & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

American Machinist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Bulletin Pub. Co., New York. 

National Society of the 
Daughters of the American 
Revolution, Washington 
City. 



10 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Peopeietoes. 


American Monthly Review of Reviews. September, 

1897. 
American Stock-Keeper. August 28, 1897 


Review of Reviews Company, 
New York. 
American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
W. T. Comstock, New York 


Architecture and Building. August 21, 1897 


Army and Navy Register. August 28, 1897 


L. L. Thompson, 

Washington City. 
Howard, Ainslee& Co., 


Army and Navy Weekly. August 28, 1897 


Art de la Mode. October, 1897 


New York. 
Morse-Broughton Company, 

New York. 
Art Interchange Company, 

New York. 
University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
D. E. Hudson, 


Art Interchange. September, 1897 


Astrophysical Journal. August, 1897 


Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 37, No. 16 


Ave Maria. August 28, 1897 


Banner of Gold. August 21, 1897 


Notre Dame, Ind. 
Banner of Gold Publishing 


Baptist Union. August 28, 1897 


Company, Chicago. 
Baptist Young People's 

Union, Chicago. 
Bearings Pub. Co., Chicago. 

Dodd, Mead &Co., 

New York. 
Globe Newspaper Company, 
Boston. 
Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
Brickbuilder Publishing 


Bearings, the Cycling Authority of America. August 

20, 1897. 
Bookman. A Literary Journal. September, 1897 

Boston Sunday Globe. August 22, 1897 


Bradstreet's. A Journal of Trade, Finance, and Public- 
Economy. August 28, 1897. 
Brickbuilder. August, 1897 


Brooklyn Life. August 28, 1897 


Company, Boston. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 

Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Buyers' Reference Company, 

New York. 

Catholic News Publishing 


Buyers' Reference. July, 1897 


Catholic News. August 22,25,29,1897 


Catholic World. September, 1897 


Company, New York. 
A. F. Hewit, New York. 


Ceramic Monthly. August, 1897 


Ceramic Monthly Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Theodore L. Flood, 


Chautauquan. September, 1897 


Christian Endeavor Topics. September 1, 1897 


Meadville, Pa. 

Society Topics Publishing 
Company, Fredonia, N. Y. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Trades' Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
William B. Dana Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

Charles H. Delano, 


Christian Herald. August 25, 1897 


Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. August 20, 1897.. 
Collier's Weekly. August 26, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. August 28, 1897... 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. Street Railway 

Supplement. August 28, 1897. 
Cordage Trade Journal. August 19, 1897 


Costume Royal. October, 1897 


New York. 
Royal Pattern Company, 

New York. 
Manuel Montero, New York. 





11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Current Literature. September, 1897.. 
Cycle Patents Monthly. July, 1897 ... 
Cycling Gazette. August 26, 1 897 



Daily Racing Form. August 21-27, 1897 .. 
Die Christliche Mutter. September, 1897. 
Drv Goods Economist. August 21, 1897... 
Electrical World. August 21, 1897 



Engineering Record. August 28, 1897 

Engineers' List. September, 1897 

Family Story Paper. September 11, 1897.. 
Farm Implement News. August 26, 1897. 
Farm Machinery. August 24, 1897 



Farmer. August 28, 1897 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 81, No. 4. 



Forest and Stream. August 28, 1897. 
Forester of America. August, 1897.... 



Four O'Clock. September, 1897. 
Gameland. September, 1897 



Garden and Forest. August 25, 1897 . 

Godey's Magazine, September, 1897. 
Golden Hours. September 4, 1897 



Golden Rule. August 26, 1897 

Greater Buffalo. August 20, 1897. 



Great Round World. August 26, 1897. 



Happy Days. September 11, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. August 28, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. August 24, 1897 

Harper's Weekly. August 28, 1897 

Health-Culture. June, July, August, le97. 



Proprietors. 



Home Monthly. September, 1897 

Home Study for Electrical Workers. August, 1897. 



Home Study for Machinists. August, 1897. 
Home Talk. August, 1897 



Homiletic Review. September, 1897. 
Horseman. August 24, 1897 



House Beautiful, a Monthly Magazine of Art and Arti- 
sanship. August, 1897. 

Household. September, 1897 

Illustrated American. August 28, 1897 



Current Literature Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
James T. Allen, 

Washington City. 
Emil Grossman & Bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
F. H. Brunell, Chicago. 

J. Schaffer, New York. 

Textile Pub. Co., New York. 
W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 
Engineering Record, 

New York. 
Geo. I. Roberts & Bros. , 

New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Midland Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Orange Judd Co., Chicago. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Forest and Stream Publishing 
Company, New York. 

W. D. S. Harrington, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
A. L. Swift & Co. , Chicago. 
Gameland Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Godey Company, New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

Golden Rule Co., Boston. 

Greater Buffalo Publishing 

Company, Buffalo, N. Y. 

William Beverley Harison, 

New York. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Health-Culture Company, 

New York. 
Axtell & Orr, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 
Woodward Publishing Com- 
pany. New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New York. 
Chicago Horseman Newspa- 
per Company, Chicngo. 
Klapp & Co., Chicago. 

Household, Boston. 

Lorillard Spencer, New York. 



12 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Illustrated Buffalo Express. August 22, 1897... 
Illustrated Electrical Review. August 25, 1897. 



Illustrated Police News. August 28, 1897.. 
Jewelers' Weekly. August 25, 1897 



Jewish Commeut. August 27, 1897. ,... 
Journal of Osteopathy. August, 1897 



Journal of the American Medical Association. August 
21, 1897. 

Judge. September 4, 1897 

Judge's Library. September, 1897. "Giggles" 

Klondike Morning Times. July 32, 1897 



Ladies' Home Journal. September, 1897. 

Legal Intelligencer. August 27, 1897 

Leslie's Weekly. August 26, 1897 



Life. August 26, 1897 

McClure's Magazine. September, 1897. 
Mackey ABC Guide. August 28, 1897. 
M ay flower. September, 1897 



Medical News. August 28, 1897.. 
Medical Record. August 28, 1897 



Medical Review of Reviews. August 25, 1897. 



Metropolitan Magazine. September, 1897. 
Missionary Review. September, 1897 



Municipal Record and Advertiser. August 21, 1897. 
Musical Age. August 26, 1897 



National Magazine. September, 1897 

National Police Gazette. September 4, 1897.. 
New EDgland Circuit Guide. Vol. 2, No. 12. 
New England Homestead. August 28, 1897.. 



New England Master-Builder. August 21, 1897. 
New York Clipper. August 28, 1897 



New York Herald. August 21-27, 1897.. 



New York Journal. August 21-27, 1897. 
New York Ledger. August 28, 1897 



New York Medical Journal. August 21, 1897. 



New York State Reports and Session Laws. August 14 

and 21, 1897. 
New York Supplement and State Reporter. August 19, 

1897. 
New York Times. August 21-27, 1897 



Peopeietoes. 



Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
"The Publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 
American School of Osteopa- 
thy, Kirksville, Mo. 
American Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Judge Pub. Co. , New York. 

Do. 
Mitchim Publishing Com- 
pany, DeSoto, Mo. 
Curtis Publishing Company, 
Philadelphia. 
Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 
Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, New York. 
S. S. McClure Co., New York. 
ABC Guide Co., New York. 
Mayflower Publishing Com- 
pany, Floral Park, N. Y. 
Lea Bros. & Co. , New York. 
William Wood & Co., 

New York. 
Medical Review of Reviews, 
New York. 
Blakely Hall, New York. 
Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New York. 
Columbia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 
W. W. Potter Co. , Boston. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
F. K. Lanpher, Boston. 

Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 

H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

Frank Queen Publishing 

Company, New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Banks & Bros, and James B. 
Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

New York Times Company, 

New York. 



13 



PEK10DICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



New York Times Weekly. August 28, 1897.. 



New York Tribune. August 22, 1897 

New York Weekly. September 11, 1897 

New Yorker Abendblatt. August 21, 23-27, 1897.. 

New Yorker Sonntagsblatt. August 22, 1897 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. August 21-27, 1 897.. 

New Yorker Wochenblatt. August 21, 1897 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 11 



Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 72, No. 3. 
Nylie Exchange. August, 1 897 



Occult Science Library. 
Oregon Mining Journal. 



August, 1897 

Midsummer, 1897. 



Our Productions. August 21, 1897 . 

Outlook. August 28, 1897 

Overland Monthly. July, 1897 



Owl. September, 1897 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 8 



Painting and Decorating. August 16, 1897. 

Period of Progress. July-August, 1897.. .. 
Philadelphia Inquirer. August 26, 1897. . . 



Phonographic Magazine. August 15, 1897.... 

Photographic Times. September, 1897 

Pittsburg Daily News. August 21-27, 1897.. 
Pittsburg Times. August 21-27, 1897 



Progress. August and September, 1897. 

Popular Science. September, 1897 

Puck. September 1, 1897 



Pickings from Puck. September, 1897. No. 25 . 
Reports of Cases in the Circuit Court of Ohio 



Rider and Driver. August 28, 1897 

Rochester Fashion Monitor. October, 1897... 

Rough Notes. August 26, 1897 

Russell's Convention Dates. August 21, 1897. 



St. Nicholas Magazine. September, 1897. 
School Journal. August 21, 1897 



Scientific American. August 28, 1897. . 
Scribner's Magazine. September, 1897. 



Shipping and Commercial List. August 28, 1897 . 



Proprietors. 



New York Times Company, 
New York. 
Tribune Ass'n, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
New York Life Insurance 
Company. New York. 

Ernest Loomis, Chicago. 

Oregon Mining Journal Pub. 
Co., Grants Pass, Oreg. 
American Publishing and 
Engraving Co., New York. 
Outlook Co., New York. 

Overland Monthly Publish- 
ing Co., San Francisco. 
Owl Pub. Co., New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Trade News Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
J. S. Hubbard, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Philadelpbia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Phonographic Institute Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Photographic Times Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
University Ass'n, Chicago. 
Lillard&Co., New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Do. 
Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Rider and Driver Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Standard Fashion Company, 
New York. 
Rough Notes Publishing Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Hamlin Russell, 

Newark, N. J. 
Century Co., New York. 

E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Munn & Co., New York. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 

Shipping and Commercial 

List Company, New York. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 27, No. 17. 



Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 11 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 41, Nos. 7 and 8. 

Standard. September 4, 1897 

Standard Designer. October, 1897 



Sun. August 21-27, 1897 

Sunday School Times. August 28, 1897. 



Superintendent and Foreman. August 24, 1897. 

Textile Col orist. August, 1897 

Table Talk. September, 1897 



Tobacco. August 20, 1897 

Town Talk. August 28, 1897.... 
Town Topics. August 26, 1897 . 



Proprietors. 



Truth. September 4, 1897 

United States Investor. August 21, 189' 
Viavi Cause. August 21 , 1 897 



Vogue. August 26, 1897 

Weekly Statistical Sugar Trade Journal. August 26, 
1897. 

Werner's Magazine. September, 1897 

Western Electrician. August 21, 1897 

Western Field and Stream. August, 1897 



Western Painter. August, 1897 

Wooden and Willow-Ware Trade Review. August 26, 
1897. 

Wool Market Review. August 21, 1897 

Wool Record. August 17, 1897 



Word and Works. September, 1897 

World's Sunday Magazine. August 22, 189" 

Writer. June, 1897 

Yellow Book. September, 1897 



Young People's Weekly. August 29 and September 5, 

1897. 
Youth's Companion. August 26, 1897 



West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Standard Press, New York. 
Standard Fashion Company, 
New York. 
Sun Printing and Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Johu D. Wattles & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 
M. M. Frank, Philadelphia. 
Table Talk Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
T. H. Delano Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 
Town Topics Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Truth Company, New York. 
Investor Pub. Co., Boston. 
H. & H. E. Law, 

San Francisco. 
Fashion Co., New York. 

Willett & Cray, New York. 

Edgar S. Werner, New York. 

Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

John P. Burkhard, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Charles H. Webb, Chicago. 

Charles H. Delano, 

New York. 

F. Nathaniel Perkins, Boston. 

Wool Record Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Irl R. Hicks, St. Louis, Mo. 

Press Pub. Co., New York. 

William II. Hills, Boston. 

Howard, Ainslee & Co., 

New York. 

David C. Cook Publishing 
Company, Elgin, 111. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



The Merry Gypsy Maiden. By D. Frank Tully 

Sweet Isabelle. By Chas. Adamson 

Mazzeppa. Liszt. 10347A, 10347B. iEolian Grand.... 
The Proposal March. De Vine. 20229. ^Eolian Grand 
Jasmine Waltzes. Kussner. 20230. iEolian Grand.... 



F. C. Adams & Co., 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Chas. Adamson, Atlanta, Ga. 
iEolian Company, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Burlington Two-step. Bosenbecker. 20231. iEolian 

Grand. 
Ben Hur Chariot Eace March. Paull. 20232. iEolian 

Grand. 

Moon Moths. Kussner. 40165. iEolian Grand 

Se Seran Bose. Arditi. 40168. iEolian Grand 

Song— Little Boy Blue. Kevin. 40109. iEolian Grand 
The Vassar March. By Fred. Borden. Arranged for 

band by M. A. Althouse. 
Hugh de Payens Commandery March. For 2 mandolins 

and guitar. By M. A. Althouse. Arranged by Geo 

T. Brown. 
Auf der Kirchweih. Fur 3 Violinen und Klavier. Von 

Ludwig Andre. 

Alpen-Zauber. Von Ludwig Andre 

Die Schwiirrnerin. Von Josef Eichter 

Wanderlied. Von Paul Lindenberg 

Friihling ist da. Von H. Pfarrius 

Eegina, B. A., or the King's Sweetheart. By James H. 

Glover. 

My Mother's Shawl. By Auguste Van Biene 

Bonheur. By Tito Matter 

Iln Moment De Loisir. By Tito Mattei 

Stephen Heller's Study in C. Eevised by Hermann 

Scholtz. 
Whispered Hopes Serenade. Arranged by W. H. Ayres 

I'm Happy, My Baby's Come to Town. By Barney 

Fagan. 

The Sweetest Time. By Charles Deacon 

A Bunch of Forge t-Me-Nots. By Landon Eonald 

My Shadow. By Lady Euan-Smith 

Donald. By Ernest Newton 

Away to Arcady. By Cissie Walther 

I Envy the Bird that Sings. By Laura G. Lemon 

False Phillis. Arranged by H. Lane Wilson 

The Nightingale. By Amy Elsie Horrocks. No. 2 in 

Eflat. 

Dorf-Kirmes. By John Francis Barnett 

Anmuth. By John Francis Barnett 

Erste Liebe. By John Francis Barnett. 

3 Impromptus. By John Francis Barnett 

Gavotte. By John Francis Barnett 

Valse brillante. By John Francis Barnett 

Vorspiel. By Carl Eeinecke 

Chrysalis. By Harold Melville. Arranged by F. W. 

Isenbarth for 2 mandolins, guitar, and piano. 

Victor March. By J. Frank Normand 

Klondyke Two-step. By Chas. F. Eoberts 

With Thee. By Hugh Clendon 

Sketch. By Martinus Sieveking — 

Violin and piano 

Piano solo 

Scales and Cadences of Major and Minor Keys 

The Wedding Day. Selection. By Julian Edwards 

In Ole Virginny. By T. P. Brooke.. 

Imperfectus. By J. W. Bischoff 

Pussy's March. By Edward M. Eead 

Pussy's Waltz. By Edward M. Read 



Pkoprietoks. 



iEolian Company, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
J. S. Althouse & Co., 

Beading, Pa. 
Do. 



Johaun Andre, 

Offenbach on the Main. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
E. Ascherbera&Co., London. 



Do. 

Edwin Ashdown, 

Do. 
Augener & Co., 



London. 
London. 



W. H. Ayres, 

Sackets Harbor, N. Y. 
Sol. Bloom, Chicago. 

Boosey & Co., London. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Brooks & Denton Company, 
New York. 
Cain & Normand. 
Carlin & Lennox, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Chappell & Co., London. 

Do. 
Do. 
John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pussy's Polka. By Edward M. Eead 

Pussy's Yorke. By Edward M. Read 

Pussy's Schottische. By Edward M. Read 

Pussy's Galop. By Edward M. Read 

La Florentine Mazurka. By Louis Tocaben — 

Mandolin solo 

1 mandolin and piano 

2 mandolins and piano 

3 mandolins and piano 

1 mandolin and guitar 

2 mandolins and guitar ... 

3 mandolins and guitar 

Mandolin, guitar, and piano 

The Darkie's Wooing. By R. Farban 

England's Jack. By Arthur E. Godfrey. No. 1 in C, 

No. 2 in D, No. 3 in P. 
4-11-44 Medley Sckottische. By J. L. Schetter. Orchestra 

My Old Kentucky Home. Air Varie. By C. A. Fisher. 

Orchestra. 
The American Stroke March. By Adolf Dahin-Petersen, 
Mammy's Coon. By C. W. Dalby 

Blackville Echoes. Arranged for band by Geo. L. Tracy 

Christ is Born in Bethlehem. By H. P. Danks 

Weary Raggles. By M. Tobias. Orchestra 

Spring's Awakening. By G. Saint-George. Arranged 

for orchestra by E. N. Catlin. 
Le Philtre. By Auber. Arranged for orchestra by E. 

N. Catlin. 

Festlichkeit im Dorfe. By A. Jensen 

Rondoletto. By L. Spohr 

Sylphide. By A. Loeschhorn. . . 

Deusieme Air De Ballet. By Alphonse Duvernoy 

Schmerzvergessen. By Freifrau W. v. Rothschild 

The Talisman March. By R. O. Goldsmith. For orches- 
tra. 
La Revue des Clowns. By L. P. Laurendeau. For 

orchestra. 

Durch Eampf zum Sieg. By Franz von Blon 

Flag of Victory March. By F. v. Blon. Arranged for 

2 mandolins and guitar by E. H. Frey. 
The Goldseekers Overture. Arranged for orchestra by 

Theo. M. Tobani. 

The Almeh. By Charles Armand. Orchestra 

Little Kitty Riley. Arranged for orchestra by Carl 

Engel. 
Love's Declaration. By C. Kegel. Arranged for band 

by L. P. Laurendeau. 
Drill Music. Set No. 1. By Edwin G. Clarke. Band. 
Amaranthus. By J. F. Gilder. Arranged for band by 

G. Purdy. 
Durch Kampf zum Sieg March. By Franz v. Blon— 

Arranged for band by Theo. M. Tobani 

Arranged for orchestra by Theo. M. Tobani 

Seventh Regt. (Gray Jackets) March. By E. Neyer. For 

orchestra. 
Somebody Has My Heart. Arranged for band by L. O. 

de Witt. 
Capri Breezes Waltz. By Robert Vollstedt. Orchestra 



Peopeietoes. 



John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Robert Cocks & Co., London. 
Do. 

Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. 
Cundy Music Company, 

Boston. 
Adolf Dahm-Petersen. 
Dalbey Music Company, 

Frankfort, Ind. 
Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Enoch & Cie. , Paris, France. 
B. Firnberg, Frankfort on 

the Main. 
Carl Fischer, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
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17 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Contin ukd. 



Titles. 



Time Will Tell. Arranged for orchestra by Carl Engel.. 

Fair Virginian Caprice. For baud. By H. Bunning 

Der Tambour der Garde. By A. E. Titl. Arranged lor 
band by L. P. Laurendeau. 

The Sunrise March. By Leander Fisher 

Ze Parisienne Grisette. By Gustave Lueders 



Bergfrieden. By Richard Eilenberg 

Gavotte Pompadour. By ErikMeyer-Helmund... 

Gavotte lyrique. By Erik Meyer-Helmund 

Cavatine. By Erik Meyer-Helmund 

Barcarole. By Erik Meyer-Helmund 

Der flotte Eeservist. By Ferd. Sabathil — 

Orchester 

Piano 

Missa. By Jos. Rheiuberger. Orgel 

Yergissmeinnicht. By Ferdinand Sabathil 

Der Sennerin Herzeleid. By Ferdinand Sabathil. 

Theerosen. By Ferdinand Sabathil , 

A Waif and Stray. In F. By Henry J. Wood.., 
Hooligan's Mule. By Lester Barrett , 



Pkopiuetoks. 



Carl Fischer, 
Do. 
Do. 



New York. 



Love to All. By Lester Barrett 

My Old Di. By Eva Osborne 

I took It Oft". By Tom Graham 

Courting. By Harry Castling 

Marche Des Athletes. By Eugene Sandow 

Selection — "The Yashmak." By Ernest Allan 

Love's Envoy. By J. P. Callow 

Kathleen, Queen of the West. By George Eyton 

Espafia. By H. Brandts 

Zillah. By Ernest Allan 

The Choristers. By Bernard Phelps 

Staring Me in the Face. By Murray and Leigh 

Nobody Knows the Works. By Edmund Forman 

Macra-Mac-Menac-Menac-McCann. By Tom Conley 

Patching up the Seats of the Mighty. By Chas. Osborne. 

I'm Going to Ride a Bicycle. By T. W. Connor 

Three Old Flats in Town . By T. F. Robson 

Fifteen of 'em on the Parlor Floor. By Fred. Leigh 

The Old Pine Tree. ByEvaOsborne 

A Day in Paris. Arranged by Warwick Williams 

The Yashmak. By Napoleon Lambelet 

Cradle Song. By Alfred Freeman 



Pizzicati Fantasia. Arranged for violin and piano by 

Alfred Freeman. 
Dinah Green. By D. Emerson 



The Mother of the Girl I Love. By Wm. B. Gray 

Arabella Jones, Will You Accept My Hand? By 
Williams and Perrin. 

Look Out Der Down Below. By Williams and Walker. . 

Normandy Gavotte. By Chas. Cohen. For 2 man- 
dolins and guitar. 

The Euterpean March. By F. O. Gutman. For 2 
mandolins and guitar. 

The Manzanita March, 
mandolins and guitar. 

Serenade. By H. J. Spatz. 

3 T L 



Leander Fisher, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Joseph Flanner, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Forsyth Brothers, London. 
Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Alfred Freeman, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Do. 



Gasmuk & Schott, 



New York. 



Wm. B. Gray. 
Do. 



By De V. Williams. For 2 
For 2 mandolins and guitar. 



Do. 
F. O. Gutman, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Propeietors. 


The 5th Regiment 0. N. G. March. By H. J. Spatz. 

For 2 mandolins and guitar. 
Eoxiana Dooley . By Gustave Kerker 


F. 0. Gutman, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 


Waltz Humoresque. By Fritz Kauffmann 


New York. 
Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 


Valse Miniature. By Erik Meyer-Helmuud 


Summer Song. For reed or pipe organ. By W. F. Sudds.. 


Do. 
Do. 


I Think of Thee. By Richard Goerdeler 


Do. 


Aubade. By G. H. Clutsam 


E. Hatsfeld. 


The Greatest of These. By Frank L. Moir 


Do. 


Marche Funebre D'un Elephant. By Jules Guitton — 


Hawkes & Son, Loudon. 


Piano 


Do. 


Augelo Mio. By D. Pecorini. Piano 

Der stille Trinker. By Eugen Hildach 


Do. 

Do. 

Heinrichsholen's Verlag, 


Schattenleben. By Alexander von Fielitz 


Magdeburg. 
Do. 


Das zerbrochene Kriiglein. By Alexander von Fielitz 

Ein Fichtenhaum steht einsam. By Alexander von 

Fielitz. 
Mein Herz triigt heimliches Leid. By Alexander von 

Fielitz. 
Von der Wiese. By Alexander von Fielitz 


Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 




Do. 


Dat Oog By Eugen Hildach — 

Ausgabe fur hohere Ges dur 


Do. 


Ausgabe fur mittlere Stimme (Original) E dur 


Do. 
Do. 


The Brooklyn Times March. By John William Black ... 

Kntr'acte Des Erinnyes. By J. Massenet. Pour violon.. 
Softly Now the Light of Day. B v Edwin Hill 


Chas. W. Held, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Heugel et Cie., Paris, France. 
Edwin Hill, Philadelphia. 
C. Hofbauer, Leipzig. 

Do. 

G. Milton Hovt 


Quartett. E- dur fur 2 violinen, viola und cello. Von 

Robert Fuchs. Stimmen. 
Quartett. E-dur fiir 2 violinen, viola und cello. Von 

Robert Fuchs. Partitur. 
National Circuit. By G. Milton Hoyt 


Loyalty to Jesus. By Ina Gaines 


Danbury, Conn. 
B. H. Irwin, 


Diamonds of Dew March. By Mrs. Isie H. Reynolds . 
The Convention March. By Arthur L. Collins 


Hughes Springs, Tex. 
Do. 
King & Collins, 


The Little Kinkies. By M. N. Koninsky 


Newburg, N. Y. 
Fred E. Kitziger, 

New Orleans, La. 

Edw. M. Koninsky & Bros., 

Troy, N. Y. 

Mrs. C. E. Leslie, Chicago. 

Do. 


Sweet Evening Bells. By G. A. Grant-Schaffer 

Queen of the Night. By F. D. Jacobs 


Fly, Lark, Fly. By G. A. Grant-Schaffer 


Do. 


O'er the Beautiful Sea. By Chas. H. Gabriel 

Birds of the Springtime. By Catherine A. Snyder 


Do. 
Do. 


Heigho ! Sailor Lads. By G. A. Grant-Schaffer 


Do 


Stars of the Summer Night. By F. D. Jacobs 


Do 


Wake the Echoes. By C. E. Leslie 


Do. 


The Lord is My Shepherd. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 


Do 


Lift Up Your Heads. By C. E.Leslie 


Do. 



19 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Arise, My Soul, Arise. By G. A. Grant-Schaffer 

Speeding Before the Gale. By F. D.Jacobs 

Thy Will Be Done. By N. N. Woody 

Let Us Heartily Kejoice. By F. D. Jacobs 

In Songs Kejoice. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 

In the Golden Light. By N. T. Whittington 

Boat Song. By Mrs. C.E.Leslie 

Summer is Ended. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 

Awake, Arise. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 

Wait Upon the Lord. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 

Santa Clans. By Mrs. C. E.Leslie 

Day by Day. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 

Spring is Here. By T. A. Jeffers 

Does It Matter, After All? By C. E.Leslie 

Hear the Robins Singing. By Frank R. Bridges 

The Twilight Ray. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 

Blossom and Song. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 

Praise the Lord. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 

Patter of the Rain. By Mrs. C. E. Leslie 

Good-Night. By J. O. Beatty 

The Path of Duty. By C. E. Leslie 

The Song of the Heart. By C. E. Leslie 

Lead Me, Savior. By J. N. Whybark 

Don't Fret. By T. A. Jeffers 

Sunny Days. By C. E. Leslie 

Unfurl the Banner. By C. E. Leslie 

Our May. By F. D. Jacobs 

Work! Work! Work! By C. E. Leslie 

Greeting Glee. By Laura E. Newell 

The Flag of Our Union. By Chas. K. Langley 

Do Right. By C. E. Leslie 

Gracious Spirit. By F. D. Jacobs 

LookUp, Lift Up. ByC. E. Leslie 

Music and Sunshine. By C. E. Leslie 

The First Flowers. By Chas. K. Langley 

My Dear Old Home. By C. E. Leslie 

The Summer Comes. By Chas. H. Gabriel 

The Voice of the Village Bell. By Chas. H. Gabriel 

My Father Knows. By Laura E. Newell 

Hosanna ! Sing Hosanna ! By Theo. H. Northrup 

Swiftly Glide the Hours Away. By C. E. Leslie 

Spring-Time is Here. By R. M. Marquis , 

A Lucky Umbrella. By T. M. Towne 

Sweet Little Rosebud. By C. E. Leslie , 

My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose. By M. P. Woody 

Gracious Father, Lead Us. By James Jeffers , 

The Linden Tree. By J. W. Hemphill 

Lily Dale. Arranged by G. A. Grant-Schaffer 

Sleep, Sleep, Peacefully Sleep. By G. A. Grant-Schaffer. 

Come Out Into the Sunshine. By Chas. K. Langlev 

Fairyland. By J. H. Hall 

When the Katy-Dids Are Calling. By Chas. K. Langley.. 

Toot Your Horn, Anyway. ByT. Martin Towne 

Sweet Be Thy Slumbers. By J.W.Watson 

Come, Gentle Breeze. By Chas. K. Langley 

Voices Calling. By Chas. H. Gabriel 

The Gnome's Song. By C. A. Grant-Schaffer 

The Moonlight Sail. By Freeman H. Bloodgood 

I Wish. By Chas. H. Gabriel 

Marche Folies-Bergeres. By Paul Lincke 

Amid the Flow'rs I Wander. By E. Meyer-Helmund. 



Proprietors. 



Mrs. C. E. Leslie, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Paul Lincke. 
Stanley Lncas&Co., London. 



20 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Felicite. By H.E.Warner 

Farewell March. By F. Liidke 

Battle Creek March. By Paul Rubens 

Winging Down the Line. By Charley Fremont 

You're Still My Dear Old Daddy. By Chas. Graham.... 
The Warmest Colored Gal in Town. 'By Will H. Kerr 

and Geo- A. Nichols. 

Nacy Brown. By Dave Marion 

Dearie Valse. By Theo. Bonheur 

Song of Praise. F — Compass C to F. By Edward St. 

Quentin. 
The Land We Love. F — Compass C to F. By Edward 

St. Quentin. 
The Children's Thanksgiving. By Bryceson Treharne. 

G — Compass D to G. 
We Must Not Part. By Frank L. Moir. B flat F to F.. 
The Guardmount. Arranged for mandolin and guitar 

by Dave Brandamour. 

La Belle Waltz. By Herbert F. Estes 

The Cabinet Grand March. By Hans S. Line. Orches- 
tra. 
Won't You Name the Time To-day ? By G. E. Beale, Jr. 

For orchestra. By Aug. H. Meyer. 
Zepkira. By P. Bucalossi 

Song and Thought. By Edmond Arnold 

Music Notes. By Jan. L. Lawson 

Dans Des Poupees. By G. Labalestrier 

A Redcoat of the Queen. By Percy Gale 

Fleur D'Automne. By Guido Papini 

A Whirl of a World. By A. H. Behrend 

The Robin's Wedding. By H. G. Williams 

The Railway Train. By Thomas Facer 

Except the Lord Build the House. By M. J. Monk 

Te Deuni and Benedictus in F. For chorus, orchestra, 

and organ. By Edward Elgar. 
A Hymn of Thanksgiving. By Charles Harford Lloyd.. 

Impromptu. By P. Tschaikowsky 

The Songs in Le Nozze Di Figaro. By Mozart- 
Baritone 

Soprano 

Oertel's Military Band Journal. Edited by M. Retford. 

No. 21— Carl Kiefert. Selection from the "Ballet 

Girl." 
Merry Youth March. By Chr. Bach. For orchestra.... 

Life's Voyage. Medley overture. Arranged for orches- 
tra by Henry Neubauer. 

Our Leader March. By Frank Winstein. Arranged 
for brass and reed baud. 

Hotel Hart March. By J. I. Alexander. Band 

A Temperance Pledge from Mother. By Alois Bart- 
schmid. 

The Scorcher. By George Rosey 

The Meeting of the Tribes March. By G Thos. Stod- 
dard. 

Geiftlicher Kampf. By Theckla J. Scheer 



Proprietors. 



Stanley Lucas &Co., London. 

F. Liidke. 

F. A. Mills, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
W. Morley & Co., London. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
National Music Company, 

Chicago. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

George Newnes, Ltd., 

London. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

DO. 

Norwood Publishing Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Novello, Ewer & Co.. 

London. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Louis Oertel & Co., London. 



Chas. J. Orth, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Wm. C. Ott&Co., 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 
J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 

Perry Brothers, 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
C. J. Quinlan, 

Fitchburg, Mass. 
G. M. Rosenberg, New York. 
Fred Sanger and G. Thos. 

Stoddard. 
Theckla J. Scheer, 

Philadelphia. 



21 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Friebe unci Gnadenftand. By Theckla J. Scheer 

Love and Grief. By Mary Bradford Crowinshield 

On the Lake. By Geo. F. Gamer 

Forest Nymph. By Geo. F. Gamer 

Distant Chimes. By Geo F. Gamer 

Meditation By Margaret Ruthven Lang 

Bal chez Madame la Princesse. By Margaret Ruthven 

Lang. 
Die erste Primel. By Rich. Eilenberg. Ausgabe fur 

note und pianoforte. 
Inauguration March. By Victor Herbert. Arranged 

for orchestra by Otto Laugey. 
The Whirlwind March. By Chas. Shaekford 

Some Day I'll Be Yours. By Leo Friedman 

Lips and Hearts. By S. S. Weeks 

The Possum Walk Around. By Robt. W. Edwards 

Wider die Heuchler. By Heiurich Zollner. For male 

chorus. 
Beherzigung. By Heiurich Zollner. For male chorus. .. 

Im April By Carl Bohm 

Das Bienenhaus. By Carl Bohm 

Un soir de Mai. By Charles Godard 

In der Diimmerung. Von Vitezslav Novak 

Drei Toledanische Lieder. Von Eugen Zabel. Fur 

eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte von 

Ferdinand Hummel. 

Une Pensee. By Charles Godard 

Priere d'enfant. By Charles Godard 

Vieux conte. By Charles Godard 

Chant du Nautonier. By Charles Godard 

Devise d' amour. By Charles Godard 

A la Mandoline. Noctm*nette. By Charles Godard 

The Warmest Baby in the Bunch. By Geo. M. Cohan... 

The Dawn of Love. By Chas. J. Gebest 

Delia Lee, You're Fooling Me. Medley Waltz. Ar- 
ranged for orchestra by F. Beyer. 

Lost, Strayed, or Stolen. Selection. Arranged for band 
by Tom Clark. 

Sally O'Malley. By Chas. A. Burke 

Wedding Chimes Waltzes. By George Wiegand.... 

Don't Let Her Eat Off Mother's Plate. By Monroe H. 
Rosen feld. 

My Wife. By Gussie L. Davis 

She's So Much Like Her Mother. By Gussie L. Davis.., 

I've Nothing at All to Say. By Charles Willie 

Never Kiss a Girl unless You Love Her. By Theo. A. 
Metz. 

Cora. By Walter Hawley 

Just for the Sake of Our Daughter. By Monroe H. 
Rosenfield. 

You'll Soon Forget. By Stanley Carter 

The Manhasset March. By Wm. Stobbe 

Times-Star March. By Joseph Surdo 

The Century Waltz Song. By G. Valisi 



Proprietors. 



I Heard His Voice. By Mary M. Wells. 



Theckla J. Scheer, 

Philadelphia. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Edw. Schuberth&Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Chas. Shaekford & Co., 

Chelsea, Mass. 
Arliug Shaeffer, Chicago. 

Do. 
Shattinger Piano and Music 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
C. F. W. Siegel's Musikalien- 
haudlung, Leipzig. 

Do. 
N. Simrock, Berlin. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

George L. Spaulding, 

New York. 
Do. 
Standard Music Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

Jos. W. Stern Co., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Wm. R. Stobbe. 
Joseph Surdo. 
Valisi & Giorgi, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Mary M. Wells, 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. 



22 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Bye-lo, Bye-lo, My Baby. By L. E. West 


T, 


E. West Publishing Com- 
pany, Rock Island, 111 






In Town. Arranged by Conrad Huber 




Wood Violets Waltz. By Alexander S. Groves 


Ge 


o. Willi" & Co 




Baltimore, Md. 


Sweet Nellie Magoon. By W. P. Winsor 


W 


. P. Winsor, 






Brockton, Mass. 


Mammy's Little Pumpkin Colored Coons. By Hillman 


M 


Witmark & Sons, 


and Perrin. 




New York. 


You'll Never Find a Coon Like Me. By John Harding. 




Do. 


And They All Joined In. By Fred. V. Bowers 




Do. 


Nelly, Nelly. By Samuel Siegel. Arranged for mando- 




Do. 


lin and guitar by T. P. Trinkaus. 






The Witmark Mandolin and Guitar Folio. Arranged by 




Do. 


T. P. Trinkaus. No. 1— Guitar Part. 






The Golf Club March. By Richard H. Barker. For 




Do. 


mandolin, piano, and guitar. 






Honey, Does You Love Yer Man. Arranged by C. F. 




Do. 


Shattuck. For male voices. 






Happy Hours Waltz. By Anton Strelezki. Arranged 






by Chas. Henlein — 






For flute 


E. 


Witzmann & Co.. 




Memphis, Tenn. 






Do. 




Do. 


For banjo 


Do. 


For guitar 




Do. 


For violin or mandolin 


Do. 


The Bride's Welcome March. By Chas. Durand. Ar- 




ranged by Chas. Henlien — 


" 








Do. 






Do. 


For cello 


Do. 


For banj o 


Do. 






Do. 


For violin or mandolin 




Do. 


Love by Moonlight. By Chas. Durand. Arranged by 


Do. 


Chas. Henlein — 






For flute 




Do. 


For cornet 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 


For guitar 




Do. 




Do. 


On the Beach- Waltz. By Theo. H. Norlhrup. Ar- 




Do. 


ranged by Chas. Henlein — 






For flute 




Do. 




Do. 


For cello 


Do. 


For banjo 


Do. 






Do. 


For violin or mandolin 


Do. 


Southern Beauty March. By Erwin Schneider. Ar- 


Do. 


ranged by Chas. Henlein — 






For flute ... 




Do. 


For cornet 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 






Do. 






Do. 



23 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— Continued. 



Titles. 



I'll Love Yon Just the Same. By M. H. Rosenfeld. 

Band. 
Mary McCreary of Avenue "A." By L. L. Collver. 

Band. 
Bicycle Song and Chorus. By \V. G. Workman 



Proprietors. 



B. F. Wood Music Company, 
Boston. 
Do. 

W. G. Workman. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



A Puritan Romance. By Estelle Clayton 


Isabelle Evesson New York 


A Timid Little Thing. By E. H. Gurney 


E. H. Gurney, 

Brighton, Mass. 
Joseph Hart. 
Do. 


Their First Lesson. By Joseph Hart 


The Summer Girl. By Joseph Hart 


Hope and Death. By Perrie Kewen and Edwin Tilden... 
An Irish Gentleman. By RamsayMorris 


Perrie Kewen, Edwin Tilden, 
and W. L. Ward, 

San Francisco. 
Ramsay Morris, New York. 
Hermann Sudermann 


Johannes. Von Hermann Sudermann 




New York. 



MAPS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Cyclists' Road. Map of Illinois. .. 

New Map of the City of Buffalo, N. Y 

Map of Alaska 

Changes to E. Hexamer & Son's Insurance Maps of Phila 
delphia. Vols. 1-27. 

Map of Long Island 

Map of Alaska and N. W. Territory Gold Fields 

Tomah, Wis. July, 1897 

Mount Gilead, Ohio. July, 1897 

Bucyrus, Ohio. July, 1897 

Latrobe, Pa. July, 1897 

Waukon, Iowa. July, 1897 

Portsmouth, Ohio. July, 1897 

Harvard, 111. July, 1897 

Falmouth,Ky. July, 1897 

Waterloo, Iowa. July, 1897 

Rockville, Md. July, 1897 

Oberlin, Ohio. July, 1897 

Oelwein, Iowa. July, 1897 

Laurel, Md. Julv, 1897 

South Mc Alester, Ind. T. August, 1897 

Derby Line, Vt. July, 1897 

Wichita, Kans. July, 1897 

Klondike Gold Fields Approaches by Land and Water. 



Arthur D. Black, Chicago. 
Buffalo Elecrotype and En. 
graving Co. , Buffalo, N. Y- 
Fort Dearborn Publishing 
Company, Chicago. 

E. Hexamer & Son, 

Philadelphia. 
Hyde & Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Henry C. Langrehr, 

San Francisco. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
John B. Tyrrell, 

Washington City. 



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ENGRAVINGS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 


Peopeietoes. 




Wm. Finley & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 




The Fate of Ferhad 


Do. 




C. Klackner. New York. 




Do. 




Do. 







PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Senator William M. Stewart 

840. Fidelio , 

880. Drifting 

881. Leading Around the Outer Mark 

A Panorama of Kansas City 

Crying Child 

Countess Potocka. Nos. 1-4 

Belle Gold. No. 3 

Bertha Creighton. Nos. 10-12 

Poker Jack Tanner's Deadly Weapon 

Star Pointer and Mascot Burns 

Ian MacLaren and His Church 

Miss Ellen Beach Yaw. Nos. 1-10 

Dolan & Leuhar 

New York. Nos. 1,2,3 

5073. Pacific Mail Steamer "City of Eio de Janeiro" 
6002. Geraniums, Como Park, St. Paul, Minn 

6021. " Our Sister State " Colorado. Pioneer Jubilee 

6022. Survivors of the Hand Cart Company .. 

6023. Interior of Mormon Tabernacle 

6024. State of Utah and Knights of Pythias Band 

6026. Pioneer Jubilee Parade 

6027. The First Smelter in Utah , 

6028. The Ship "Brooklyn" 

6029. Descendants of Aborigines 

6030. The Silk Worm Pioneer Jubilee 

6032. The Home of Plenty 

6034. The Gulls and Crickets 

6035. Eeproduction of Pioneer Train 

6036. The First House in Utah 

6037. Grand County 

6038. Pioneer Jubilee Parade 

6039. Jim Bridger's Cabin 

6040. The Salt Cave 

6042. The Hall of Eelics 

6043. Utah County in the Grand Parade 

6044. Mormon Temple and Tabernacle 

6045. Assembly Hall 

6046. Mother Goose 



D. H. Anderson, New York. 
C. E. Bolles, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Do. 
Do. 
Bullard & Moore, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Chase & Sanborn, 

South Chicago, 111. 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston. 

B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 

C. A. Higenbotham, 

Vandalia, 111. 
Photo Jewelry Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago. 
M. Landesberg, New York. 
J. A. Lorenz, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
H. C. Miner Litho. Company, 
New York. 
H. A. Eost Printing and Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
B. L. Singley, Meadville, Pa. 

"Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



6048. Fairy Queen's Float 

He Cometh Not, She Said 

Christmas Morning in the Sunny South 

Bed Time in the Sunny South 

Now I Lay Me 

View of Asheville from Beaumont, near Reservoir... 
A General View of Asheville from Town Mountain , 
Malay State Guards 



Proprietors. 



Royal Princes and Representatives Riding in Threes 

The Queen Leaving Buckingham Palace 

The Jubilee Pageant Passing the Mansion House 

Empress Frederick of Germany, Etc 

Duchess of York, Etc 

Duchesses of Albany, Etc 

Sir Wilfred Laurier 

The Clergy Waiting for the Queen. Nos. 1, 2 

The Dragoon Guards. Nos. 1, 2 . 

Waiting for the Queen. No. 2 

Hongkong and Chinese Submarine Royal Engineers 

Sir William Whiteway, Premier of Newfoundland 

The Queen's Arrival at Buckingham Palace 

Advance Aides-de-Camp 

Her Majesty Queen Victoria at Breakfast 

The Prince of Wales Leaving Portsmouth Harbor 

The First Lord of the Admiralty's Yacht Leaving 

Early Morning Scene 

Diamond Jubilee Detachment of Victoria Mounted Rifles. 

Jaffa, the Joppa of Bible Times. No. 2 

Perak State Guides. No. 3 



B. L. Singley. Meadville, Pa. 
J. H. Tarbell,' Asheville, N.C. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Underwood & Underwood, 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by named of proprietors.) 



Supplement to the Ceramic Monthly. August, 1«97 J Ceramic Monthly Publishing 

Company, Chicago. 

Jingles and Rhymes for All Times i W. B. ConkeyCo., Chicago. 

Boys' and Girls' Alphabet | Do. 

The Night Before Christmas Do. 

Frolicsome Kittens Do. 

Puss in Boots Do. 

Alice's Alphabet Do. 

Old Mother Hubbard Do. 

Cinderella Do. 

Little Red RidingHood | Do. 

Little Boy Blue and Little Bo-Peep j Do. 

Reynard, the Fox Do. 

Beauty and the Beast Do. 

The Three Bears Do. 

Grandma's ABC Book , Do. 

Nursery ABC Book Do. 

Little Ones' A B C Book ! Do. 

Wee Stories | Do. 

Our Pet's ABC Book Do. 

Old Mother Goose I Do. 

Babes in the Wood Do. 

Jack and the Beanstalk Do. 

Holidays on the Farm | Do. 

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LITHOGEAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Funny Faces and Jolly Eaces. 

The Sleeping Beauty 

The Three Bears 

Cock Eohin and Jenny Wren. . 

The Pretty Alphabet Book 

The Musical Frog 

The Trencher Fed Pack 

So! Ho! 

Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary . . 



The Frog Who Would a- Wooing Go 

The Tailor Shot and Missed His Mark 

I Had a Little Hobby Horse 

The Crooked Man Who Went a Crooked Mile. 

Little Polly Flinders 

Twin Saints 



Peopbietoes. 



A Cosy Corner 

A Poppy Slumber Song 

Pansies and Basket 

Washington and Sally Fairfax. 

The Scorcher 

Sweet Peas 



Heliotrope 

Nasturtium 

Apple Blossoms... 

Magnolia 

Iris 

Wistaria 

Clematis 

Carnations 

Lilac 

Daffodil 

Morning Glory.... 
8-sheet. "Feller.' 



N. Y. No. 7696. 



W. B. Conkey Co., Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Hauce Bros. & White. 
C. Klackner, New York. 

Do. 
McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
H. C. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York. 
L. Prang & Co , Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
George Eosey. 

Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Strobridge Litho. Co. , 



Cincinnati, Ohio. 

20-sheet. "Eoyalty." N. Y. No. 7696 1 Do. 

1-sheet "Buy Me." N. Y. No. 7702 Do. 

28-sheet. "Stand." N. Y. No. 7608 j Do. 

Latest Styles of. Hair Cutting Will & Finck Company, 

San Francisco. 



PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Waynesburg, Pa. 1897 

Washington, Pa. 1897 

Wilmerding, Pa. 1897 

Judge Notes the Change in Our Doctors and Ministers 

Getting There with Both Feet 

Judge's Puzzle Pictures. " Novel " 

Dr. Franz Hartmann 

Fanny Temple , 

Ninety in the Shade 



T. M. Fowler and James B. 
Moyer, Morrisville, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Metaphysical Publ i s h i n g 
Company, New York. 

H. C. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



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CHARTS. 

I Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Combined Addition and Substruction Table Card 

Combined Multiplication and Division Table Card 

Bevel Gear Chart 

Spiral GearChart 

The New York and Paris Combined Drafting System 
for Cuttina; Ladies' and Children's Garment. 



Proprietors. 



Charles Hubbell. 

Do. 
D. O. James, Chicago. 

Do. 
Wm. H. Knowles. 

Providence, R. I. 



DESIGNS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors 



New High- Art Dress Plaitings 

Sunday School Diploma 

The Peace Flag. Large and Small 
Diploma 

3773. Ladies' Russian Jacket 

3779. Ladies' Rnssian Jacket 

3782. Misses' Russian Jacket 

3785. M isses' Blouse Waist 

3786. Child's Dress 

3790. Girls' Costume 

3793. Ladies' Costume 

3793. Misses' Costume 

3802. Ladies' Blouse Waist 

3803. Ladies' Basque 

3805. Misses' Waist 

3811. Ladies' Cape Wrap 

3815. Ladies' Tea Gown 

3818. Child's Cloak 

3819. Girls' Jacket 

3820. Girls' Cloak 

3821. Misses' Jacket 

Five-Cent Cash Purchase Check 



George Bruce, New York. 
Mrs. A. A. Buxton, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
L. Prang & Co. , Boston. 

L. W. Sheppard, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

Standard Fashion Company, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Geo. E. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



CUTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Bearded Winter Fife ' Peter Henderson & Co. , 

New York. 
B. T. O., B.T. P., B. T. Q., B. T. R., B. T. S., B. T. T., | Standard Fashion Company, 



B. T. U.,B. T. X.,B. T. Y.,B. U. B., B. U. C, B. U. F., 
B. U.G.,B. U.I.,B.U. J. 



New York. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



OTHER ARTICLES. 



E N'T EKED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, FROM AUGUST 30 TO SEPTEMBER 4, 1897, INCLUSIVE, 
WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO 
COPIES IN THE OFFICE. 



]No. 322. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT FEINTING OFFICE. 
1897. 



Treasury Department, 

Office oj the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Identification. By Major George W. Adair 

The Four Presidents. By W. L. Alden 

Catalogue of the Superh Publications 

Tin Foil and Its Combinations for Filling Teeth. By 

Henry L. Ambler. 
American Comprehensive Arithmetic. By M. A. Bailey. 

Der Zerbrochene Krug. By Heinrich Zschokke. Edited 
by B. Eoelker. 

Greek Prose Composition. By Henry Carr Pearson 

From Producer to Wearer. Fall and Winter. 1897-98. 

The American Correspondence School. Schedule 

Catalogue of the American School of Osteopathy. Ses- 
sion of 1897-98. 
On Loneman's Island. By Mary Hubbard Howell 

The Living Substance. By Gwendolen Foulke Andrews 
Commodore Bainbridge. By James Barnes 

Fortune's Footballs. By G. B. Burgin 

The Story of the Cowboy. By E. Hongh 

Calendar and Lectionary Pad. January, 1897 

Must France Stand Alone ? 

M. Quad and Kemble Page. By Chas. B. Lewis 

The Lion Queen. By Mrs. M. P. Handy 

South America Is Fast Becoming a ''Greater Italy." 

By J. L. Heaton. 
Peril and Hardship That Come With the Harvest. By 

I. D. Marshall. 
Passenger Engine Bigger and Stronger Than "999." 

By E. H. Mullen. 

Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By Ellen Osborn 

Queer Detectives. By Philip Berrill Mighels 

Boys Who Dig for Treasure. By J. L. Heaton 

An Old Name but New Game. By J. L. Heaton 

Are the Chiefs of Islam Planning a New Holy War ? 

By Owen Langdon. 

2 + 2=4. By Warren McVeagh 

Trading in Spoils of War. By H. D. Jones 

Peppo. By Marvin Dana 

Long Locks of Football Samsons in Evidence. By 

James H. Tuckerman. 

The Woman of Fashion. By Annie Laurie Woods 

Two Brave Women. By Alice E. Ives 

How to Interest. By Katriua Van Tassel 

The Record of My Ancestry 



(3) 



George W. Adair, 

Washington City. 
W. L. Alden. 

C. K. Alger. 
Henry L. Ambler, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
American Book Company, 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

American Cloak and Suit 
Company, New York. 

American Correspondence 
School, Washington City. 

American School of Osteo- 
pathy, Kirksville, Mo. 

American Sunday-School 
Union, Philadelphia. 

Gwendolen Foulke Andrews. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Ashby & Vincent, Erie, Pa. 
Associated Press, New York. 
Bacheller .Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Frederic W. Bailey, 

New Haven, Coun. 



BOOKS— CONTIN DED. 



Titles. 



Peopeietobs. 



A Brief Digest to Vols. 49-54 of American State Re- 
ports. By Edwin D. Smith. 

California Eeports. Vol. 116 

United States Courts of Appeals Reports. Vol. 15 

A United States Supreme Court and United States 

Circuit Court of Appeals Digest. By "William Draper 

Lewis. 

Consolidated Stock Brokerage. Contract 

The Force of Circumstances. By ~W. L. B 

Half Dime Library. Nos. 1048," 1049...., 

Dime Library. Nos. 983, 984 

Official List of Subscribers. August 15, 1897. Buffalo, 

N. Y. 

The Little Path to Heaven 

The Illustrated Prayer-Book for Children 

By Branscome River. By Marion Ames Taggart 

True Politeness. By Abbe Francis Demore , 

Bone Rules. By Rev. John B. Tabb 

Personal Notes 

Das Geschlecht der Hauptworter. M. D. Berlitz , 

The Three Great Apostles. Fourth Quarter. Lessons 

40-52. 
A Year With the Apostles. Nol. 7, No. 10. Lessons 

37-40. 
Dwellers in Tents, and Other Sermons. By Frederic 

Dewhurst. 
Roach & Co. — Pirates, and Other Stories. By Hector 

Fuller. 
The Army Mule, and Other War Sketches. By Henry 

A. Castle. 
Indirect and Collateral Evidence. By John H. Gillett... 

Ritual of the Lincoln Legion of Honor. L. E. P 

Directions How to Make the Best Window Attraction.... 



Common Council Manual. 1897. 

Tenth Edition. 
Sockalexis' True Indian Remedies.... 



Newark, N. J. 



The Practical Hotel Housekeeper. Part 18. 
List of Subscribers. August, 1897 



Course in Literature and Literary Criticism — 

14 — Oliver Wendell Holmes. Biography. (Con- 
tinued. ) 

14 — Oliver Wendell Holmes. Studies and Criti- 
cisms. 
Course in Popular and Applied Science — 

22— The Telescope. By William J. Hopkins 

23— World-Making. By Herbert A. Ho we 

School Ideas : A Teacher's Course — 

2 — Books and Education. By John Millar. 1 — The 

Value of Books. 
Manual of Arms 

Mental Nuts: Can You Crack 'Em? 

Clarke's Quiz Compend 

Clarke's Quiz Compend 



Bancroft- Whitney Company, 
San Francisco. 

Do. 
Banks & Bros. , New York. 

Do. 



Henry Barna, New York. 
W. L. Bass, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 
Bell Telephone Company, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Benziger Bros. , New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Leo. E. Bepliner, New York. 
Berlitz & Co., New York. 
Bible Study Pub. Co. , Boston. 

Do. 

Bowen-Merrill Company, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
J. D. Brown, Kirksville, Mo. 
Alfred Buckenham, 

Bothwell, Ontario, Canada. 
Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 
A. T. Campbell, 

Old Town, Me. 

Mary Cavanaugh and Mary 

Bresnan, Chicago. 

Chesapeake and Potomac 

Telephone Company, 

"Washington City. 

Chicago Record, Chicago. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 



Do. 



W 



C. and E. P. Church, 

New York. 
S. E. Clark, Philadelphia. 
J. H. Clarke, 

Springfield, Ohio. 
Clarke Fluid Company, 

Springfield, Ohio. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Mrs. Keith's Crime. By Mrs. W. K. Clifford. New 

Edition. 
Electric Light Wiring and Bell Work. Key, First 
Edition. 

Gas and Gas Fitting. Key, First Edition 

Stenography : Question Paper, First Edition — 

Lesson 7 

Lesson S 

Lesson 9 

Lesson 10 

Sewerage. Instruction Paper, First Edition 

Architectural Design. Instruction Paper, First Edition. 

Circular of Information of Steam Engineering 

No Tax on Agents. Sixth Edition 



1898. 



Remembrance Calendar. 

Mystic Clothes Washer 

Forms for Agency Contracts. By E. B. Crooker.. 
Personal Friendships of Jesus. By J. B. Miller.. 



Daily Light and Strength. 
John Halifax, Gentleman. 
Giving What We Have. 

Lindsay. 
Adam and Eve Exonerated. 



By Miss Mulock 

By Anna Bobertson Brown 

By H. A. Current 



The Fifth Gospel. Eevised Version. By Charles Eoads. 

Revised Edition. 
History of the Christian Church. By George H. Dryer. 

Vol. 2— The Preparation for Modern Times. 600- 

1517 A. D. 

Light from Egypt. By Eev. J. N. Fradenburgh 

The Poet's Poet and Other Essays. By William A. 

Quayle. 
The Truth Kesardins: Swine's Flesh 



The Trump of Truth 

The Water Garden. By William Tricker. 

Heraldry in Brief. 



The Stamp Book. Issued only by the Metropolitan 

Premium Stamp Company. 
The Visit of Saint Nicholas. Bv Clement C. Moore 



The Worst Boy in the School. By Michael J. A. 

McCaffery. 
Sacred Music for Men's Voices. Vol. 1. By W. O. 

Perkins. 
Dariel. By E. D. Blackmore. Chaps. 47-52 



By 



The Chautauquan Year Book. Selected and Edited by 

Grace Leigh Duncan. 
Curricula for the Quadrennium. May, 1897-1901. 
Theological Encyclopaedia and Methodology. 

George E. Crooks and John F. Hurst. 
The Christ Brotherhood. By Louis Albert Banks 
Life on High Levels. By Margaret E. Sangster... 

The Picket Line of Missions 

On Colorado's Fair Mesas. By Wm. B. Ebbert ... 



Pkopeietoes. 



Mrs. W. K. Clifford. 

Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Clem. H. Congdon, 

Philadelphia. 
H. M. Crider, York, Pa. 

E. E. Crooker, Crowley, La. 

Do. 
Thomas Y. Crowell & Co , 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

H. A. Current, 

Clarksville, Tenu. 
Curts & Jennings, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 



Do. 

Do. 

H. M. Danforth, 

Benton, Harbor, Mich. 

John Davey, Kent, Ohio. 

A. T. De La Mare Printing 

and Pub. Co., New York. 

Dempsey & Carroll, 

New York. 
D. De Sola Mendes & Co., 

New York. 
G. W. Dillingham, 

New York. 
Do. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Grace Leigh Duncan. 

Eaton & Mains, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Wm. B. Ebbert. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Picturesque Monroe County, Penn. With Historical 

Sketch. By Dr. J. Lantz. 
A Hand Book of the Laws of Pennsylvania. 1897. 

Edited by Lincoln L. Eyre. 

Book of the Popes 

The Literature of All Nations and All Ages. Edited by 

Julian Hawthorne, Associate Editor, Professor J. P. 

Lamberton. Vol. 4. 
The Story of an Untold Love. By Paul Leicester Ford. 

The French Method of Color Instruction 

Complete Geography. By Alex Everett Frye 

Oifener Schreibebrief des Philipp Sauerampter. Four. . . 

Offener Schreibebrief des Philipp Sauerampter. Part 7. 

Music-Book Printing. Witb Specimens 

Chronicles of DeMolay Commandery. No. 12. Knigbts 
Templars, Louisville, Ky. 

Photographers' Business Record 

Concord Directory. 1897 

Sparkling Gems of Race Knowledge Worth Reading. 

Compiled by James T. Haley. 

Education. Chap. 16 

The Unknown God. By William Watson 

Certain Accepted Heroes and Other Essays in Literature 

and Politics. By Henry Cabot Lodge. 

From a Girl's Point of View. By Lilian Bell 

A Piano Doctor's Philosophy 

Simon Dale. By Anthony Hope. Chap. 10 

Work of the Mystic Seven. By Irving B. Hayes 

Wholesale Catalogue of Bulbs, Plants, and Flower Seeds 

for Autumn Planting. 1897. 

Fridtjof Nansen am Nordpol. Von Louis Viereck 

Advance Information for Retailers of Millinery. Fall, 

1897. 
Minutes of the Annual and General Conferences. 1800- 

1818. Translated and edited by A. W. Drury. 

Supplementary Exercises to Thomas's Practical German 

Grammar. By Calvin Thomas. 
Monthly Bulletin of Shoe Ads. and Cuts. Second Year. 

Gleanings in Buddha-Filed. By Lafcadio Hearn 

Old Greek Folk Stories. By Josephine P. Peabody 

Nature's Diary. By Francis H. Allen 

Golden Cross Complete Assessment Notice. Nos. 269, 270, 

Gas for Fuel Purposes 

An Open-Eyed Conspiracy. By W. D. Howells 

Revised Class Record 

Call of the Comptroller 

The Electrotherm 

Blue Book of Somerville. 1897 

The Milton Directory. 1897-98 



Pkopkietobs. 



Morris Evans, 

Stroudsburg, Pa. 
Lincoln L. Eyre, 

Philadelphia. 
W. H. Farnham. 
William Finley & Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Paul Leicester Ford. 
Ira Gates French. 
Alex Everett Frye, Boston. 
German Press and Plate Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Do. 
F. H. Gilson Co., Boston. 
H. B. Grant, Louisville, Ky. 

George F. Greene, Chicago. 
W. A. Greenough & Co., 

Boston. 
James T. Haley & Co., 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Winchester Hall. 
Harper & Bros. , New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Hauschild Brothers' Music 
Company, Victoria, Tex. 
A. H. Hawkins, London. 
Irving B. Hayes, 

Florence, Mass. 
Peter Henderson & Co., 

New York. 
Herold Company. 
Hill Brothers, New York. 

Historical Society of the 
United Brethren in Christ, 
Dayton, Ohio. 
Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
Will Phillip Hooper, 

New York. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 
Do. 
Do. 
M. E. Howard, 

Westboro, Mass. 
Howard Publishing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
W. D. Howells. 
International Committee of 
Young Men's Christian 
Associations, New York. 
Investor Pub. Co., Boston. 
H. W. Johns Manufacturing 
Company, New York. 
Edward A. Jones, Boston. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Man Himself. By Dr. Otto Juettner 

The Trade in Live Stock. August 26, 27, 28, 30, 31 , 1897 

The Human Flower. By Ellis Ethelmer 

The Light that Failed. By Eudyard Kipling 

Krone's Deutsche Scbul-Yorsehriften. Nos. 1-3 

The Temptation of David. By Carrie Hunt Latta. 

Part 1. 
The Lawyers' Reports Annotated. Book 35 

Jupiter Jingles. By Annetta Stratford Crafts 

The Little Klondyke Nugget 

Webster's Encyclopaedia of Useful Information. By 

Prof. D. L. Webster. 
The Boom of a Western City. By Ellen Hodges Cooley. , 

Queer Janet. By Grace Le Baron 

Catalogue and Price List of Nickel and Brass Display 

Stands. 

The Challenge Lady Tailor System 

Livingston's Practical Compounder 

The Illustrated Hebrew Almanac. For the Year 5658.. 

The Colonies. 1492-1750. By Eeuben Gold Thwaites. 

Tenth Edition, revised. 

Wayfaring Men. By Edna Lyall 

The True Story of the United States. By Elbridge S. 

Brooks. 
Private Telegraphic Cipher Code 

Red Eagle's Gift. By P. Y. Black 

Woodbury Carroll. By Emma D. Opper 

Benny Selwyn's Heroism. By John H. Whitson 

The Story of Language. By Charles Woodward Hutson. 

H vmns of Praise and Patriotism. Selected and arranged 

by William C. Hoff. 
A Working Digest of Registration and Election Laws, 

City of Detroit. Compiled by S. B. McCracken. 

Climates and Resources 

The Simple Game of Little Fireman 

ABC Comic Animals 

Simple Simon 

Ten Little Niggers 

The Robber Kitten 

Jack and the Beanstalk 

Circus and Menagerie A B C 

History of Early Christian Literature in the First Three 

Centuries. By Dr. Gustav Kriiger. Translated by 

Rev. Charles R. Gillett. 
Constipation in Adults and Children. By H. Illoway. .. 
A Lovable Crank. By Barbara Yechton. A Fuss in the 

Family. 
Directions for Knitting Bicycle and Golf Stockings. By 

Alice Maynard. 



Proprietors. 



Otto Juettner, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Kansas City Star Company, 

Kansas City. Mo. 
Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 
Rudyard Kipling, 

Brattleboro, Vt. 
Krone Brothers, New York. 
Carrie Hunt Latta. 

Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. 

Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Wm. H. Lee, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Lee & Shepard, Boston. 

Do. 
Edward Leger & Son, 

New York. 
Miss Emma Lindenberg. 
Livingston Laboratory, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
J. Loewenherz and A. Funk, 
New York. 
Longmans, Green & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 
Lothrop Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
J. I. Maccaffil & Co., 

New York. 
S. S. MeClure Company, 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
A. C. McClurg&Co., 

Chicago . 
Townsend MacCoun, 

New York. 
S. B. McCracken, 

Detroit, Mich. 
A. F. McKay. 
McLoughlin Brothers. , 

New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Macmillan Company, 

New York. 

Do. 
M. H. Mallory&Co., 

New York. 
Mrs. Alice Maynard, 

New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Song of the Klondike. By Nellie V. Millar. 



Early Fathers of the Keformed Church in the United 

States. By Rev. James I. Good. 
Syllabus of Civil Government. By Geo. Turner Miller.. 

Negotiable Instruments Law. Annotated. By J. 
Warner Mills. 

Story of the State. 15 — The Great Boom on the Goge- 
bic 

Christ and the Money Changers. By W. U. Montgomery.. 

The Graphic Arts. By Edward J. Muller 



A Coronet of Shame. By Charles Garvice. 
Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 718 



The First Families. By Richard Mace 

A Princess and a Woman. By Robert McDonald. 
The Affair at Islington. By Matthew White, Jr.. 
Table of Paid-Ups and Their Equivalents 



A Field-Manual for Railroad Engineers. By J. C. 

Nagle. First Edition. 
My Lady's Wardrobe. Fall and Winter, 1897-98 



Plumbing Specialty Catalogue. No. 5. 



Transactions of the New England Cotton Manufacturers' 
Association. No. 62. April 28-29, 1897. 

Das Bild im Wasser. Part 11. Von Wilhelm Zenfen ... 

Der Konig von Sidon. Von Paul Liridan. Fortfekung . 
A Series of Seventy Original Illustrations to Captain Sir 

R. F. Burton's '-Arabian Nights." 
Safe Citizenship or Issues of the Day 



Colored Footprints in the Book of God. By Rev. Will 

T. Norris. 
Are Our School Histories Anglophobe? By Goldwin 

Smith. 

Ecclesiastical Art Embroideries 

Antisepto-Germieidal Suppositories 

Library of the World's Best Literature. Ancient and 

modern. Charles Dudley Warner, Editor. Vols. 19 

and 20. 
Perfection Vertical Writing, Spelling, Correction, and 

Dictation Blank. Full spacing. 
Reminiscences of Society in New York. By An Old 

New Yorker. 24 — Recognition of Society in New 

York Street Nomenclature. 
Wanolasset, the-Little-One-Who-Laughs. By A. G. 

Plympton. 
Detroit City Directory. 1897.. 



McKeesport, Duquesne, Etc., Directory. 1897-98 

Teacher's Manual for the Prang Course in Drawing for 

Graded Schools. Books 1-6. By John S. Clark, Mary 

Dana Hicks, Walter S. Perry. 



Nellie V. Millar, 

Washington City. 
Daniel Miller, Reading, Pa. 

Miller & Murray, 

Van Etten, N. Y. 
J. Warner Mills, 

Denver, Colo. 
Milwaukee Sentinel Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
W. TJ. Montgomery. 
Edward J. Muller, 

New York. 
George Munro's Sons, 

New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Frank A. Munsey, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Mutual Life Insurance Com- 
pany, New York. 
J. C. Nagle, 

College Station, Tex. 
National Cloak Company, 

New York. 
National Supply Companv, 
Toledo, Ohio. 
New England Cotton Manu- 
facturers' Association, 

Waltham, Mass. 

New Yorker Staats-Zeituug, 

New York. 

Do. 

H. S. Nichols, Ltd., London. 

J. L. Nichols & Co., 

Naperville, 111. 
Will T. Norris, 

Baltimore, Md. 
North American Review Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
J. M. Onderdonk, New York. 
Ontario Capsule Co. , Chicago. 
R. S. Peale and J. A. Hill, 
New York. 



F. E. Pearsall, 



Chicago. 



Morris Phillips & Co., 

New York. 

A. G. Plympton. 

R. L. Polk & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
Do. 
Prang Educational Company, 
Boston. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Prang Educational Course in Art Instruction — 

Fifth Year 

Fifth Year— First Half. No. 5 

Fifth Year— Second Half. No. 6 

An Effort Will Be Made to Open the Rock-Barred Skagua 
Trail. 

The City of Tents 

Death of Ogden Goelet 

New Men and Methods in Spain in October 

Goelet's Body Waits 

Typhoid in Dawson City 

Miss Cisneros Talks to the World 

Eeligions of Primitive Peoples. By Daniel G. Brinton.. 

John Marmaduke. By Samuel Harden Church 

Ulysses S. Grant. By William Conant Church 

A Conflict of Evidence. By Rodrigues Ottolengui. 

Chap. 6. 
Records and Accounts of 

Money: Thoughts for God's Stewards. By Rev. Andrew 

Murray. 

The Gist of Japan. By Rev. R. B. Peery 

Christian Missions and Social Progress. By Rev. James 

S. Dennis. Vol. 1. 
The Brewers' Handbook of the United States and Canada. 

1897. 

In Indian Tents. As told to Abby L. Alger 

Last Night's Outing. By Arthur Rochat 

The American Woman's Standard Canning Process 

The American Tourists' Association 

The Emphasised New Testament. Part 3. By Joseph 

Bryant Rotherham. 
The Story of Eden. By T. M. Sample 

Twenty-Second Volume of the Coal Dealers' "Blue 

Book." September, 1897. 
Insurance Maps of Memphis, Tenn. Vol. 2 

The Nature and Origin of the Noun Genders in the 

Indo-European Languages. By Karl Brugmann. 

Translated by Edmund Y. Eobbins. 
The Mathematical Theory of the Top. By Felix Klein. 
The Express Messenger and Other Tales of the Rail. 

By Cy Warman. 

An Old-Field School-Girl. By Marion Harland 

Thomas and Matthew Arnold and Their Influence on 

English Education. By Sir Joshua Fitch. 

The Progressive Speller. Arranged by F. P. Sever 

The Only Immortal, or the "New Birth." By E. A. 

Seymour. 

Ein halbes Jahrhundert. Von F. Sigel. Chap. 7 

Making an Invention and Patenting an Invention 

American Newspaper Directory (Issued Quarterly). 
Twenty-ninth year. 

Bas' Theres. By Jean Porter Rudd 

Down the Rhine. By Oliver Optic 

2 T E 



Proprietors. 



Prang Educational Company, 
Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
Press Publishing Company, 
New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Record Publishing Company, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Fleming H. Revell Company, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 

Roberts Brothers, Boston. 
Arthur Rochat, 

Golden Gate, Cal. 
J. R. Rockwell & Co. 
John Joline Ross, New York. 
Joseph Bryant Rotherham. 

T. M. Sample, 

Sweetwater, Tenn. 
J. B. Sanborn Compa y, 

Chicago. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

F. P. Sever. 

E. A. Seymour, New York. 

F. Sigel. 

William Edgar Simonds, 

Hartford, Conn. 
Geo. P. Rowell & Co. , 

New York. 
Jean Porter Rudd. 
Alice Adams Russell, 

Harrison Square, Mass. 



10 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



By 



Prospector's Guide. Pocket Edition. With Map of 

Alaska and the Klondyke. 

Margoleen. By Mrs. Poca T. Smith 

The Founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. 

Sarah Saunders Smith. 
A Little Book of Missouri Verse. Collected and edited 

by J. S. Snoddy. 
Trading Stamp Book Issued by New York Trading 

Stamp Company. 
Missouri Eeports. Vols. 134,135,136 



Missouri Appeals Eeports. Vol. 68 

Stevenson's Introductory Bookkeeping. By William 

C. Stevenson. 
Stidger's Progressive American Short-Hand. Edited 

by Felix G-. Stidger. 

Wedded for Pique. By May Agues Fleming 

A Klondyke Claim. By Nicholas Carter 

Voices of Doubt and Trust. Selected by Volney 

Streamer. 

Inventions Wanted 

The Practical Hotel Steward. Part 17. By John 

Tellman. 
Preliminary Manual to Thompson's New Short Course 

in Drawing. Books 1, 2, 3, 4. 
New Short Course in Drawing. Fifth year. Book 5. 

By Laugdon S. Thompson. 
One Hundred Object-Lessons on the Horse. By Dr. 

Louis Brandt. 

Frank Eeade Library. No. 167 

Tales from Town Topics. September, 1897 

The Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin Counties 

Eegister. For 1897-98. 

Planets and Stars , 

The Bishop of Price. By Cy Warman 

Defiant Hearts. By W. Heimburg. Trauslated by A. 

W. Ayer and H. T. Slate. Chaps. 23-26. 
Pollard's Synthetic Third Eeader. By Eebecca S 

Pollard. 
Self Cooling Transformers 



Proprietors. 



Alternating Current Constant Potential Arc Lamps 

Polyphase Inductor Generators 

The Westinghouse No. 38 B, Single Eeduction Railway 

Motor. 
Illustrative Cases on Admiralty. Selected by C. E. 

Kremer. 
Century Edition of the American Digest. Vol. 1 — 

Abandonment Advocate. 

An Oral Arithmetic. By J. M. White 

Song Album for Trombone With Accompaniment for 

Piano. By J. W. Lawson. 

White's Excelsior Method for the Clarinet 

The Imperial Method for the Eeed or Cabinet Organ 

Superintendent's Eecord Book of the Home Department 

of . 

Eeport of Canvass 

Home Department Visitor's Class Record 

Application for Membership 

Certificate of Membership ,.., 



F. M. Smith, Martinez, Cal. 

Mrs. Poca T. Smith. 
Sarah Saunders Smith, 

Pittsfield, Mass. 
J. S. Snoddy, Richmond, Mo. 

Sperry & Hutchinson, 

New York. 
E. W. Stephens, 

Columbia, Mo. 
Do. 
William C. Stevenson, 

Topeka, Kans. 
Felix G. Stidger, Chicago. 

Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 
Volney Streamer. 

Edgar Tate & Co., New York. 
John Tellman, Chicago. 

Laugdon S. Thompson, 

Boston. 
Do. 

N. D. Thompson Pub. Co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Town Topics Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Union Publishing Company, 
Boston. 
Winslow Upton. 
Cy Warman. 

Waverley Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Western Publishing House, 
Chicago. 
Westinghouse Electric and 
Mfg. Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

West Publishing Company. 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 

J. M. White. 

White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 
W. A. Wilde & Co., Boston. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



11 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



The Home Department. What It Is 

Envelope for Home Department 

Not Like Other Men. By Mrs. Rhoby S. Williams 

Willis' Annotations to the Codes and Constitution of 

Montana. By Jno- G. Willis. 
Rules of Procedure for Inventors Desiring to Obtain 

United States and Foreign Patents. 

The People's Standard History. Parts 25, 26 

Exiled to Siberia. By William Murray Graydou. 

Chaps. 16-18. 
Pike's Peak Puzzles "Pod" 



W. A. Wilde & Co., Boston. 

Do. 
Ehoby S. Williams. 
Jno. G. Willis, 

Dilton, Mont. 
H. B. Willson&Co., 

Washington City. 
WoolfallCo., New York. 
Do. 

R. Pitcher Woodward. 



PERIODICALS. 

i Arranged alphabetically bynames of titles. ] 



A B C Pathfinder and Dial. August 30 to Septembers, 

1897. 

A B C Pathfiuder Railway Guide. September, 1897 

Advance Reports. Legal Intelligencer. September 3, 

1897. 

Advertising Experience. September, 1897 

Albany Law Journal. August 28, 1897 



American Agriculturist. September 4, 1897 

American Architect and Building News. August 28, 

1897. 
American Ecclesiastical Review. September, 1897 



American Field. September 4, 1897 

American Florist. August 28, 1897 

American Jeweler. August, 1897 

American Kitchen Magazine. September, 1897. 

American Machinist. September 2, 1897 

American Resorts. August, 1897 

American Stock-Keeper. September 4, 1897 



American Wool and Cotton Reporter. September 2, 1897.. 
Annals of Gynecology and Pediatry. September, 1897... 
Annals of Surgery. September, 1897 



Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. September, 1897 

Appleton's Popular Science Monthly. September, 1897.. 



Architecture and Building. August 28, 1897 .. 
Army and Navy Register. September 4, 1897. 



Army and Navy Weekly. September 4, 1897. 



Art Amateur. September, 1897 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 37, No. 17. 



New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
Do. 
Frank Reeder, Secretary of 
the State of Pennsylvania. 
Irving G. McC'oll, Chicago. 
Albany Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 
Orange Judd Co. , New York. 
American Architect and 
Building News Co. , Boston. 
American Ecclesiastical Re- 
view Company, New York. 
American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 
American Florist Company, 

Chicago. 
Geo. K.Hazlitt&Co., 

Chicago. 
Home Science Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

American Machinist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
American Resorts Company, 
Chicago. 
American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
Frank P. Bennett, Boston. 
Ernest W. Gushing, Boston. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 
E. &H. T. Anthony & Co., 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
L. L. Thompson, 

Washington City. 
Howard, Ainslee & Co., 

New York. 
Montague Marks, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Ave Maria. September 4, 1897 

Babyhood. September, 1S97 

Baptist Union. September 4, 1897 

Bibelot. September, 1897 

Biles' Whiskey Price List. September 1, 1897. 
Birds. August, 1897 



Bon Ton. October, 1897 

Book Buyer. September, 1897 



Boston Sunday Globe. August 29, 1897.. 

Brick. September, 1897... 

Brooklyn Life. September 4, 1897 



California Architect and Building News. August 20, 

1897. 
California Banker's Magazine. May, 1897 



Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review. September 1, 

1897. 
Catbolic News. September 1 and 5, 1897 

Central Law Journal. August 27, 1897 .* 

Chap-Book. September 1, 1897 



Child Study Monthly. September, 1897 

Choir Leader. September, 1897 

Christian Herald. September 1, 1897 

Church Economist. August 26, 1897 



Church Union. September, 1897 

Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. August 27 and 

September 3, 1897. 
Collier's Weekly. September 2,1897 



Comfort. September, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. September 4, 1897.. 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. Quotation Supple- 
ment. September 4, 1897. 

Cuba y America. September 1, 1897 , 

Current Magazine. September 1, 1897 

Cycling Gazette. September 2, 1897 



Daily Racing Form. August 28 to September 3, 1897.... 
Deutsch-AmerikanischesKneippblatt. September, 1897.. L. M. Schweizer, New York 



Pbopbietobs. 



D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Inch 
Babyhood Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Baptist Young People's 
Union, Chicago. 
Thomas B. Mosher, 

Portland, Me. 
J. W. Biles Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Nature Study Publishing 

Company, Chicago. 

S. T. Taylor Co., New York. 

Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Globe Newspaper Company, 
Boston. 
Windsor & Kenfield Publish- 
ing Company, Chicago. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, NT. Y. 
California Architectural Pub- 
lishing Co., San Francisco. 
J. W. Treadwell, 

San Francisco. 
Review Publishing Company, 
New York. 
Catholic News Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St Louis, Mo. 
Herbert S. Stone & Co., 

Chicago. 
A. W. Mumford, Chicago. 

E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 
Church Economist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Church Union Co. , New York. 
Trades Weekly Comj>any, 

New York. 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
Gannett & Morse Concern, 

Augusta, Me. 
William B. Dana Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

Manuel Montero, New York. 
Britton Company, Chicago. 
Emil Grossman & Bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

F. H. Brunell, Chicago. 



Dickerman's United States Treasury Counterfeit Detec- 
tor. September, 1897. 
Donahoe's Magazine. September, 1897.. 



Dry Goods Economist. August 28, 1897. 



Dickerman & Holler, 

New York. 
Donahoe's Magazine Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Textile Publishing Company, 

New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Contin ued. 



Titles. 



Eastern State Journal . August 28, 1 897 

Educational Foundations. September, 1897 

Educational Review. September, 1897 

Electrical Engineer. August 26, and September 2, 1897.. 

Electrical World. August 28, 1897 

Elite Styles. October, 1897 

Engineering Magazine. September, 1897 

Engineering Record. September 4, 1897 

European Architecture. September, 1897 

Ev'ry Month. September, 1897 

Examiner. September 2, 1897 

Exodus. September, 1S97 

Family Story Paper. September 18, 1897 

Farm Implement News. September 2, 1897 

Farm Machinery. August 31, 1897 

Farm Poultry. September 1, 1897 

Farmer. September 4, 1897 

Fashions. September, 1697 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 81, Nos. 5 and 6 

Fireside Companion. September 18, 25, and October 2, 

9, 1897. 
Forest and Stream. September 4, 1897 

Forum. Septem ber, 1 897 

Garden and Forest. September 1, 1897 

Gardening. September 1, 1897 

Golden Hours. September 11, 1897 

Golden Rule. September 2, 1897 

Golfing. August 28, 1897 

Granite Monthly. September, 1897 

Grasshopper. September 1, 1897 

Great Round World. September 2, 1897 

Grocers' Regulator. August 26, 1897 

Handbuch fiir den Amerikanisehen Brauer und Malzer. 
Lieferung No. 18. 

Happy Days. September 18, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. September 4, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. August 31, 1897 

Harper's Weekly. September 4, 1897 

Herald of Music. August, 1897 

Home and Farm. September 1, 1897 



Pboprietoes. 



Charles D. Horton, 

White Plains, N. Y. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Henry Holt. & Co., 

New York. 
Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 
Elite Styles Company, 

New York. 
John R. Dunlap, New York. 
Engineering Record, 

New York. 
Smith & Packard, Chicago. 
Howley, Haviland & Co., 

New York. 
Examiner Co. , New York. 
Gestefeld Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Midland Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
I. S. Johnson & Co., Boston. 
Orange Judd Co., Chicago. 
Herbert Booth King & Bro. 
Publishing Co., New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, 'Minn. 
George Munro's Sons, 

New York. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Forum Pub. Co., New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Gardening Co., Chicago. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Golden Rule Co., Boston. 
Golfing Co., New York. 

Granite Monthly Company, 
Concord, N. H. 
M. Brownell, Newport, R. I. 
William Beverly Harison, 

New York. 
Reid, Murdoch & Co., 

Chicago. 
Ernst Hantke, New York. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. F. Kelly, St. Louis, Mo. 
Home and Farm Publishing 
Company, Louisville, Ky. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Home Magazine. September, 1897 

Home Talk. August, 1897 

Hoosier Guest Monthly. September, 1897. 

Horseman. August 31, 1897 

Hygienic Magazine. August, 1897 



Ice and Refrigeration. September, 1897 

Illustrated American. September 4, 1897 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. August 29, 1891 



Illustrated Electrical Review. September 1, 1897. 



Illustrated Police News. September 4, 1897. 

Insurance Critic. September, 1897 

Intelligence. September, 1897 



International Magazine. September, 1897. 
Ishmaelite. September, 1897 



Jewelers' Circular. August 25 and September 1, 1897.. 

Jewelers' Weekly. September 1, 1897 

Jewish Comment. September 3, 1897 

Journal of Cutaneous and Genito-Urinary Diseases. 

September, 1897. 
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. September 

1897. 
Journal of Practical Metaphysics. September, 1897 



Journal of the American Medical Association. August 

28, 1897. 
Journal of the American School of Correspondence. Vol. 

1, No. 5. 
Kindergarten Review. September, 1897 



Law Notes. September, 1897. 



Legal Intelligencer. September 3, 1897.. 

Leslie's Weekly. September 2, 1897 

Library of Health. September, 1897 

Life. September 2. 1897 



Maekey ABC Guide. September 4, 1897.. 

Medford Light. September, 1897 

Medical Record. September 4, 1897 

Medicine. September, 1897 



Mercantile Adjuster. September, 1897. 
Midland Monthly. September, 1897.... 



Proprietors. 



Commercial Travelers' Home 
Ass'n, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Woodward Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Hoosier Publishing Com- 
pany, Seymour, Ind. 

Chicago Horseman News- 
paper Co., Chicago. 

Chas. Wesley Brandenburg, 
New York. 

H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago. 

Lorillard Spencer, New York. 

Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Electrical Review Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

George W. Corliss, New York. 

Metaphysical Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Union Quoin Co., Chicago. 

Wm. H. Robson, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 

" The Publishers, " 

Baltimore, Md. 

Physicians Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Charles Henry Brown, 

New York. 

Philosophical Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

American Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 

George L. Fowler, New 5Tork. 

Milton Bradley Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Edward Thompson Com- 
pany, Northport, Long 
Island, N. Y. 
Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 
Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Charles Brodie Patterson, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
ABC Guide Co., New York. 
Geo. S. Delano. 
Wm. Wood & Co., New York. 
William M. Warren, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Mercantile Adjuster Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Johnson Brigham, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



.Military Gazette. July 10 and August 14, 21, 28, 1897.. 
Minneapolis Daily Report. August 30, 31, and Septem- 

bre 1, 1897. 
Monthly Review. September. 1897 



Municipal Record aud Advertiser. August 28, 1897 



Muusey's Magazine. September, 1897. 

Music. September, 1897 

Musical Age. September 2, 1897 



Proprietors. 



National Nurseryman. September, 1897. 



National Police Gazette. September 11, 1897. 
New England Homestead. September 4, 1897. 



New England Magazine. September, 1897 

New England Master-Builder. August 28, 1897. 
New Time. September, 1897 



New York Clipper. September 4, 1897 

New York Herald. August 28 to September 3, 1897. 



New York Journal. August 28 to September 3, 1897.. 
New York Ledger. September 4, 1897 



New York Lumber Trade Journal. September 1, 1897 
New York Medical Journal. August 28, 1897 



New York Supplement and State Reporter. August 26, 

1897. 
New York Times. August 28 to September 3, 1897 



New York Times Weekly. September 4, 1 897 

New York Tribune. August 29, 1897 

New York Weekly. September 18, 1897 

New Yorker Abendblatt. August 23, 30, to September 

3, 1897. 

New Yorker Sonntagsblatt. August 29, 1897 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. August 28 to September 

3, 1897. 

New Yorker Wochenblatt. August 28, 1897 

North American Review. September, 1897 



Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 12. 



Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 72, No. 4 

Official Railway Equipment Register. September, 1897. 



Open Court. September, 1897 

Our Animal Friends. September, 1897. 



Our Productions. August 28, 1897... 
Our Young People August 21, 1897. 



Outing. September, 1897 

Outlook. September 4, 1897.. 



Military Pub. Co., Chicago. 
Chas. Eees, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Sharp & Alleman Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Columbia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Frank A. Munsey, New York. 
W. S. B. Mathews, Chicago. 
Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 

National Nurseryman Pub. 

Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Richard K. Fox, New York. 

Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
Warren F. Kellogg, Boston. 
H. H. Lepper, Boston. 
Charles H. Kerr & Co., 

Chicago. 
Frank Queen Publishing 
Company, New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
New York Lumber Trade 
Journal Co. , New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
New York Times Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Tribune Ass'n, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
North American Review 
Pub. Co., New York. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Rail way Equipment and Pub- 
lishing Co., New York. 
Open Court Pub. Co. , Chicago. 
American Society for the 
Prevention of Cruelty to 
Animals, New York. 

American Publishing and 
Engineering Co., New York. 
Young People Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Outing Company, New York. 
Outlook Co., New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 9 

Painting and Decorating. August 16, 1897 

Parisian. September, 1897 

Pennsylvania County Court Reports. August 28 and 
September 4, 1897. 

People's Home Journal. September, 1897 

People's Railway Guide. September 1, 1897 

Period. August, 1897 

Philadelphia Inquirer. August 29 and 31, 1897 

Philistine. September, 1897 

Phono-Meter. August. 1897 

Pigeon Flying. September, 1897 

Pilgrim of Our Lady of Martyrs. September, 1897 

Pittsburg Daily News. August 28 to September 3, 1897.. 

Pittsburg Times. August 28 to Sept 3, 1897 

Planets and People. September, 1897 

Plumbers' Journal. September 1, 1897 

Printer and Bookmaker. September, 1897 

Psychological Review. September, 1897 

Puck. September 8, 1897 

Puck's Library. "Peezness." No. 123. October, 1897.. 
Raud-McNally Central Railway Guide. September, 

1897. 
Rand-McNally Official Railway Guide. September, 1897.. 
Rand-McNally Western Railway Guide. September, 

1897. 

Recreation. September, 1897 

Rider and Driver. September 4, 1897 

Rough Notes. September 2, 1897 

Russell's Convention Dates. August 28, 1897 

School Journal. August 28, 1897 

School News. September, 1897 

Scientific American. September 4, 1897 

Self Culture. September, 1897 

Shipping and Commercial List. September 4, 1897 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 27, Nos. 18 and 19 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 12 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 41 , No. 9 

Standard. September 11, 1897 

Star Light. September, 1897 

Stenographer. September, 1897 

Storms and Signs. September, 1897 



Pbopeietoes. 



West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Trade News Publishing Com- 
pany, New- York. 
M. L. Dexter, New York. 
T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 
Philadelphia. 
F. M. Lupton, New York. 
C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
Olive B. Lee, Dallas, Tex. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Elbert Hubbard, 

East Aurora, N. Y. 
Geo. Andrew Lewis, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Chas H. Jones, Philadelphia. 
Apostleship of Prayer, 

New York. 
Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

F. E. Ormsby, Chicago. 
Estate of J. M. Heatherton, 

New York. 
Howard Lock wood & Co., 

New York. 
Macmillan Co., New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Do. 
American Railway Guide 
Company, Chicago. 

Do. 
Do. 

G. O. Shields, New York. 
Rider and Driver Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Rough Notes Publishing Co., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Hamlin Russell, 

Newark, N. J. 
Co., 

New York. 
C. M. Parker, 

Taylorville, 111. 
Munn&Co., New York. 

Werner Co., Akron, Ohio. 
Shipping and Commercial 
List Company, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St, Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Standard Press, New T York. 
Bertram Sparhawk, Boston. 
Stenographer Printing and 
Pub. Co., Philadelphia. 
C. Coles, Kingston, Pa. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Street Railway Journal. September, 1897 

Student's Journal. September, 1897 

Sun. August 28 to September 3, 1897 

Sunday School Times. September 4, 1897.. 

Sunday School World. October, 1897 

Superintendent and Foreman. August 31, 1897 

Supreme Court Reporter. Vol. 17, No. 34 

Teachers' Institute. September, 1897 

Tobacco. August 27, 1897 

Toilet Goods Buyer. September, 1897 

Toilettes. October, 1897 

Town Talk. September 4, 1897 

Town Topics. September 2, 1897 

Travelers' Official Railway Guide. September, 1897 

Travelers' Ready-Reference Appleton's Guide. Septem- 
ber, 1897. 
Treasury of Religious Thought. September, 1897 

Truth. September 11, 1897 

Typewriter World. September, 1897 

Up-To-Date. August 28, 1897 

Vanity Fair. September, 1897 

Viavi Cause. August 28, 1897 

Vogue. September 2, 1897 

Voice of Fashion . August, 1897 

Washingtoniau Magazine. September, 1897 

Western Electrician. August 28, 1897 

White Elephant. September, 1897 

Woman's Home Companion. September, 1897 

Woman's Review. July, August, 1897 

Wool Market Review. August 28, 1897 

Wool Record. August 17, 24, 31, 1897 

World's Sunday Magazine. August 29, 1897 

Young America. September, 1897 

Young People's Weekly. September 12, 1897 

Youth's Companion. September 2, 1897 

3 T E 



Street Railway Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Andrew J. Graham & Co., 

New York. 
Sun Printing and Publish- 
ing Association, New York. 
John D. Wattles & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 

American Sunday School 

Union, Philadelphia. 

Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

:o., 

New York. 

T. H. Delano Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Toilet Goods Buyer, 

New York. 

Toilettes Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Burke & Beyer, Newark, N.J. 

Town Topics Publishing 
Company, New York. 

National Railway Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Knickerbocker Guide Com- 
pany, New York. 

E. B. Treat & Co., 

New York. 
Truth Company, New York. 
Harry Weber, Chicago. 

Up-To-Date Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Blakely Hall, New York. 
H. & H. E. Law, 

San Francisco. 

Fashion Company, New York. 

Voice of Fashion Publishing 

Company, Chicago. 

Washingtonian Company, 

Washington City. 
Electrical Pub. Co., Chicago. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Mast, Crowell& Kirkpa trick, 
Springfield, Ohio. 
Woman's Review Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. 

F. Nathaniel Perkins, Boston. 
Wool Record Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Press Pub. Co., New York. 
Mrs. W. S. Pearce Shute, 

New York. 
David C. Cook Publishing 

Company, Elgin, 111. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 



18 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles, followed by index of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



After. Words by Louis Katzenstein. Music by Edwin 

Baler. Mezzo-soprano or baritone in B fiat. John F. 

Ellis & Co., Washington, D. C. 
Air Dansant. Arranged by P. Scharwenka for cabinet 

organ. By Carl Emerson. Philadelphia : Hatch 

Music Company. 
American (The) Belle March. (Band.) E. B. Hall. John 

Church Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
American Choir. No. 40, Vol. 2. September 2, 1897. 

Kyrie and Sanctus. Charles S. Elliott. Gloria Patri 

and Gloria in Excelsis. Charles S. Elliott & Co., 

New York. 
American Eagle March. By John Geo. Boehme. New 

York : John Geo. Boehme. 
Anchor Song. The words by Rudyard Kipling. Music 

by Annie Whitehorne. Boosey & Co., London. 
And They All Joined In. Horwitz and Bower's Great 

Chorus Song. Words by Charles Horwitz. Music by 

Fred. V. Bowers. New T York : M. Witmark & Sons. 
Apple Blossoms. Written and composed by Florence 

Marsh. The New York Pub. Co., New York. 
Artists' Bepertoire, 4 hands. A collection of classical 

and standard pianoforte music by the best known 

writers of the world. White-Smith Music Publishing 

Company, Boston. 
Ascherberg's Coon Song Album. London : E. Ascher- 

berg & Co. 
Baby's Pink Shoe*. Words by Didimus. Music by 

Louis Blake. Joseph Flanner, Wilwaukee, Wis. 
Baiser (Un.) Song. Words by L. Le Lasseur de Eauzay. 

Music by H. De Fantenailles. For soprano or tenor. 

A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 
Belinda Soot. A Smoky Two-step. Piano. By Fred. 

L. Neddermeyer. F. L. Neddermeyer, Columbus, 

Ohio. 
Belle (The) of Broadway. J. H. Jennings. Banjo, 

mandolin, guitar, and piano. By J. H. Jennings. J. 

H. Jennings, Providence, B. I. 
Belles of the Beach. Song. Words by Geo. Bowles. 

Music by Fred. Eustis. New York : M. Witmark & 

Sons. 
Blackville Echoes. Wing dance. Two-step. Geo. L. 

Tracy. (Orchestra.) Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 
Blow, Breezes, Blow. Mary C. Hungerford. E. M. 

Frazer [n. i.] 
Bouquets. Po6sie de Ch. Fuster, Muisque de H. de 

Fontenailles, Ton original pour soprano ou tenor. A. 

Durand & Fils, Paris. 
Brighten the Way With a Smile. Mrs. Frank A. Breck. 

Grant Folfax Tullar. 
Britta Quadrille. (Orchestra.) C. W. Bennett. Oliver 

Ditson Company, Boston. 
Cable Car Gripman. Words by Hugh Morton. Music 

by Gustave Kerker. [n. i.] 
Calm (The) of Love. (Kuhe der Liebe.) From the 

German of M. Evers, by Nathan Haskell Dole. Albert 

Dietrich. Alto and baritone. Oliver Ditson Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Campania March. Carlton. (Band.) H. E. McMillin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Propkietors. 



JohnF. Ellis & Co., 

Washington City. 

Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 

John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Charles S. Elliott & Co., 

New York. 



John Geo. Boehme, 

New York. 
Boosey & Co., London. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Florence Marsh. 

White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 



E. Ascherberg & Co., 

London. 
Joseph Flanner, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 



Fred. L. Neddermeyer, 

Columbus, Ohio. 

J. H. Jennings, 

Providence, E. I. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Do. 

A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 



Tullar-Meredith Company, 

Chicago. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 



H. E. McMillin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



19 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Captain of de Coon town Guards. March medley. Dave 
Reed, Jr. Arranged by Herbert L. Clark. M. Wit- 
mark & Sons, New York. 

Christian, Dost Thou See Them. (Hymn anthem.) 
. P- A. Schnecker. White-Smith Music Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

Cornfield Cadets. Grotesque March. (Orchestra.) By 
Hoyd McClure and Raphael Fassett. Arranged by J. 
C. Hansen. Conover Music Company, St. Paul, Minn. 

Corn (A.) Song. The Words by Paul Laurence Dunbar. 
The music by S. Coleridge Taylor. Boosey & Co., 
London. 

Cradle Song. Words and music by Maude Valerie 
White. G. Ricordi & Co., London. 

Cradle Song. Chanson de Berceau. Fingered by L. E. 
Orth. M. Hauser. Arranged by H. [for piano]. 
Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 

Crown Prince Overture. (Orchestra.) G.D.Barnard. 
John Church Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Cueillelte. Poesie de Ch. Fiister, Musique de H. de 
Fontenailles. Ton original pour soprano ou tenor. 
A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 

Dahlia Mazurka. (Band.) Laurendeau. Carl Fischer, 
New York. 

Dance (The) of the Dumpies. Characteristic dance for 
the pianoforte. Composed by Alfred Lee. London : 
Charles Sheard & Co. Boston, Mass.: The White- 
Smith Music Publishing Company. 

Dance of the Night Hawks. Fantasia. By Frank J. 
Gurney. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. 

Dance of the Pirates. By J. A. Silberberg. M. Wit- 
mark & Sons, New York. 

Dandy (The) Colored Guards. Marching song. Words 
and music by J. Ed. Lakeman. J. E. Lakeman, 
Boston. 

Darkies (The) Serenade. (Two banjos). J.H.Jennings, 
Providence, R. I. 

Darling Little Yum-Yum. Words by Hugh Morton. 
Music by Gustave Kerker. [n. i.] 

Delineated Scale Practice. For the daily use of stu- 
dents, [n. i.] 

Delia. By J. W. Dick. Worcester, Mass. : J. W. Dick.. 

Deuxieme Air de Ballet, d' Hell e pour piano. Alphonse 
Duvernoy. Paris : Enoch & Cie. 

Devotional Anthems. New and selected by Chas. H. 
Gabirel. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 

Dis Coon has Got de Blues. Song and chorus. Words 
by J. W. Murray. Music by F. C. Mock. M. Whit- 
mark & Sons, New York. 

Dormez-Vous. Poesie du Vicomte de Selle. Musique 
de H. de Fontenailles. Ton original pour soprano ou 
tenor. A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 

Dream of a Bride. (Traum Einer Brant.) Salonstuck. 
For the piano. By Hermann Wenzel. Revised and 
arranged by Haus L. Line. National Music Company, 
Chicago. 

Dream of the Peasant Maiden. (Traum der Seunerin.) 
Aug. Labitzky. Op. 45. Adapted for reed organ by 
W. F. Sudds. Philadelphia: Hatch Music Company. 



Propeietoes. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 

Raphael Fassett. 

Boosey & Co., London. 

G. Ricordi & Co., London, 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 

Charles Sheard & Co., 

London. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

J. E. Lakeman, Boston. 



J. H. Jennings, 

Providence, R. I. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 

White-Smith Music Pub. Co., 

Boston, Mass. 

J. W. Dick, Worcester, Mass. 

Enoch & Cie, Paris. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 



National Music Company, 

Chicago. 



Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 



20 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes. Bass solo. P. A. 

Sclmecker. Songs with pianoforte accompaniment. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Leipzig. 
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes. Tenor solo. P. A. 

Schnecker. Songs with pianoforte accompaniment. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston, Leipzig. 
Echoes of the Jubilee. Grand March hy Prof. Damis 

Paul. Greetings to America. 
Edelweiss. (Rich. Teichmann.) Soprano or tenor. 

English adaptation hy I. A. Rockar, M. Penschel. 

Op. 38, No. 1. Rockar's collection of German songs. 

New York : F. A. Rockar. 
England's Answer. Song. The words hy Rudyard 

Kipling. The music hy Raymond Hunt Boosey & 

Co., London. 
"Estelle" Polka. For dance and concert. I. Pranoviee. 

(Orchestra.) Charles J. Orth, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Farewell (The). Song. H. Walford Da vies. Loudon and 

New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. 

"Fashions" Caprice. By Rohert A. Keiser 

Festival Procession from A. Jensen's "Wedding Music." 

Orchestra. Arranged hy Theo. Moses. Carl Fischer, 

New York. 
" Feuillet d' Album " pour piano par Serge Wolchowsky. 

Emil Grude, Leipzig. 
"Footsteps." Song. Words by Gressandia. Music hy 

Florence Aylward. J. B. Cramer & Co., Ltd., London. 
For I Love Her So. Descriptive ballad. Written and 

Composed hy W. T. Francis. New York : M. Witmark 

& Sons. 
From the Battery to Harlem. Words hy Hugh Morton. 

Music hy Gustave Kerker. [n. i.] 
Garden (The) Party Waltz. J. H. Jennings. 1st and 

2d mandolin, guitar solo, guitar accompaniment, 

piano, 1st and 2d banjo. J. H. Jennings, Providence, 

R. I. 
Garten Verein March Two-step. By H. Beissner, Gal- 
veston, Tex. 
Gartner uud Gartnerin. Humoristisches. Hochzeits- 

duett, fur zwei mittlere Stimnen (Frauen und Mi'm- 

nerstimmel mit Begleitung des pianoforte. Text uud 

Musik von August Weweler. Op. 6. Fr. Kistner, 

Leipzig. 
Gavotte und Polnische Mazurka for Klavier zu swei 

Handen. Componirt von Joseph Schultz. Op. 32. 

Ed. Bote and G. Bock, Berlin. 
Gebet. (Prayer.) (Organ.) Johannes Pache. Op. 

183, No. 1. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Girls are Nothing but Roses. Words by Hugh Morton. 

Music by Gustave Kerker. [n. i.] 
Glbcklein klingt, Vogleiu singt. Fiir eine Singstimme. 

C. Wonuberger. (In Illustrierte Jugendblatter, v. 

13, No. 9.) 
God (The) of Abraham Praise (Hymn anthem). P. 

A. Schnecker. White-Smith Music Pub. Co.. Boston. 
Gone to His Last Fire. Song and chorus. Words by 

Harry Dillon Music by John Dillon, [n. i.] 
Good Advice. (Gute Lehre). Folk song. English 

Version by Nathan Haskell Dole. Georg Heusckel, 

Op. 4, No. 3. (Duet, alto and baritone.) Oliver 

Ditson Company, Boston. 



Proprietors. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston and Leipzig. 

Do. 



Damis Paul, Notre Dame, 

South Bend, Iud. 
F. A. Rockar, New York. 



Boosey & Co., 



Loudon. 



Charles J. Orth, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Robert A. Keiser. 
Carl Fischer. New York. 



Emil Grude, Leipzig. 

J. B. Cramer & Co., London. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
J. H. Jennings, 

Providence, R. I. 

H. Beissner, Galveston, Tex. 
Fr. Kistner, Leipzig. 



Ed. Bote and G. Bock, 

Berlin. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
A. Bendel, Reading, Pa. 



White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Good-Night, W. M. B. Mrs. W. M. Bell. [n. i.] 

Grape-vine (The) Swing. A four-part song. Words by 

Samuel M. Peck. Music by Hermann I. ohr. Boosev 

& Co., London. "The Choralist, No. 3:27." 
Grille (Die). Oper. in drei Oufziigen unter Beniitzung 

einer Grundidee von George Sand von Erich Speth. 

Musik von Johannes Doebber. Berlin : Verlag von 

Pies & Erler. The B. F. Wood Music Company, Boston. 
Hail Mother-City. An anthem or chorus composed for 

the Semi-Centennial of the city of New Bedford. 

By Edward J. A. Zeiner. Words by Franklin Wes- 
ton Barlett. H. L. Hutchinson & Co., New Bedford, 

Mass. 
Happy (The) Darkies. March and Two-Step. By 

Harry Hart. Ypsilanti Music Company, Ypsilauti, 

Mich. 
Harp (The) of Erin. Air varie for cornet. P. Gruen- 

wald. Op. 272. (Orchestra.) fn.i.] 
Heartsease. Text adapted from German of Adam Geible. 

By Elizabeth Van Albade Woodson. Music by Fordyce 

Hunter. O. K. Houck & Co., Memphis, Tenn. 
His Time Expired To-Day. Sentimental song. Words 

by Louis I. B. Barenkopf. Music by Aithur C. Kirk- 
ham, [n. i.] 
Hobo on the Hog. Song and dance. Words and music 

by Ben Chadwick. Westfield, Mass. : Chadwick Music 

Publishing Company. 
Horizontal Bars. Galop. Feagans. (Band.) H. E. 

McMillin, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Humoretta. Mazurka caprice. By H. Engelmann. Op. 

267. Philadelphia : Chas. D. Tuttle. 
Husking (The) Bee. Characteristic piece. (Piano.) 

Charles Armand. Carl Fischer, New York. 
Hymn Before Action. Rudyard Kipling and H. Wal- 

ford Davils. Loudon and New York : Novello, Ewer 

&Co. 
I'm a Captain Bold and Haughty. Words by Hugh 

Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. [n.i.] 
I'm the Bosom Friend of Albert, Prince of Wales. Song 

and chorus. Howritz and Bowers. M. Witmark & 

Sons, New York. 
I Can't Find Another Love Like Nell. Song and chorus. 

Words and music by John T. Kelly. M. Witmark 

& Sons, New York. 
Impromptu. F. Schubert. Op. 152. No. 2. Book 2. 

C. F. Leede, Leipzig. 
Impromptus. F. Schubert, Op 90. Nos. 1-4. Book 

3. C. F. Leede, Leipzig. 
"In a Minute." Galop. Orchestra with piano accom- 
paniment. Geo. L. Tracy, [n. i.] 
" Initials," or the Jay of Wye. Song. Words by Eard- 

ley Turner. Music by Walter Passmore. J. B. Cra- 
mer & Co., Ltd., London. 
" Iowa's Queen." Words by Tacitus Hussey. Music 

by Prof. Arthur Heft. Carter & Hussey, Des Moines, 

Iowa. 
I Want to Send Mamma a Message. Song and chorus. 

Music by Chas. Robinson. Words by Andrew Ster- 
. ling. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. 
Jolly (The) Millers. Characteristic galop. Orchestra. 

T. H. Rollinson. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 



Proprietors. 



Wm. M. Bell. 

Boosey & Co., London. 

Ries & Erler. Berlin. 



E. J. A. Zeiner. 



Ypsilanti Music Company, 

Ypsilauti, Mich. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
O. K. Houck &Co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Arthur C. Kirkham. 



Ben Chadwick, 

Westfield, Mass. 

H. E. McMillin, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Chas. D. Tuttle, 

Philadelphia. 
Carl Fischer, New York. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Do. 



H. Germer. 

Do. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
J. B. Cramer & Co., Loudon. 



Tacitus Hussey, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 



22 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Composed 
L. Steven- 



The Fifth Edi- 



Coraposed and 



Words 



Kaiser-Trinkspruch. (Drie Commersliede. ) F. Th. 

Cursch-Buhren. Op. 151. Breitkof & Hartel, Leipzig. 
Katy-Did, She Did. Song and chorus. Words by Roy 

L. McArdell. Music by Nat D. Mann. M. Witmark 

& Sons, New York. 
Klondike Lancers. By J. Stauton Gladwin. Toronto: 

Anglo-Canadian Music Pub. Ass'n, Ltd. 
Klondike (March). Composed by Harry M. Creed. 

Philadelphia, M. D. Swisher. 
Klondike March and Two-step. By Guy B. Collier. 

Cluett & Sons, Albany and Troy, N. Y. 
Land (The) of Counterpane. Unison song. 

by R. Houston Macdonald. Words by R. 

son. London : Novello. Ewer & Co. 
Little Innocent. Gavotte simplice. Composed by The- 
odore Bendix. M. Witmark & Sons, New York, N. Y. 
Little Overalls oi Blue. Song and chorus. Written 

aud composed by Lilla C. Bliveu. J. L. Atkinson, 

Emmetsburg, Iowa. 
Little (The) Straw-Thatched Home (Y. Bwthyn bach to 

Gwellt). Song and chorus. By T. Lloyd (Crych 

Elen). Translated by (Ap. Daniel). 

tion. T. Lloyd, Slatington, Pa. 
Lone (The) Sentry of the Blue Ridge. 

published by Paul O'Connor, [n. i.] 
"Louisa." Song. Music by Gustave Kerker. 

by Hug»Moton. [n. i | 
Love Is So Sweet. Valse song. Written and composed 

by llda Orme. London : E. Ascherberg & Co. 
Love's Parting Song. Words by Christiana Rossetti. 

Music by Hermann Lohr. Chappell & Co., Ltd., 

London. 
Ma Caroline. Coon schottische. By Lee Johnson. (Mili- 
tary band.) [n. i.] 
Madchenherz (A Maiden's Heart). Gedicht von Oscar 

Meyer Lied von Clarence Lucas. Chappell & Co., 

Ltd., London. 
Madolin Waltz. (Orchestra with piano accompaniment.) 

By C. W. Bennett, [n.i.] 
Magnificat. Set to music for soprauo solo. Chorus and 

orchestra by C. Hubert H. Parry. Novello's Original 

Octavo Edition. London and New York : Novello, 

Ewer & Co. 
Marine Review March. Key of C. Original in key of 

Bflat. Charles D. Tuttle. [n.i.] 
Meditation (March). C. R. Cressy. Pipe-organ music 

with pedal obligate The John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Meditation. (Organ.) Johannes Pache. Op. 183, 

No. 3. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Meet Me Down at Huyler's. Words by Hugh Morton. 

Music by Gustave Kerker. [n. i.]. 
Moments Musicals. F. Schubert. Op. 94, Nos. 1-6. 

Book 1. 
Morn Soft and Serene. Song. The words by S. Per- 

ham. The music by Sybil Palliser. Boosey & Co., 

London. 
My Sweet Repose. (Du bise die Ruh.) (Franz Schu- 
bert.) Revised and fingered by Thos. a' Becket. Tran- 
scribed by Franz Liezt. (Piano.) Grade 4. Phila- 
delphia : Hatch Music Company. 



Proprietors. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Anglo-Canadian Music Pub. 
Ass'n, Ltd., Toronto. 

H. M. Creed. 

Guy B. Collier. 

Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Lillian C. Bliven. 



T. Lloyd, Slatington, Pa. 



Paul O'Connor. 

T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
E. Ascherberg & Co., 

Loudon. 
Chappell & Co., Londou. 



Sherman, Clay & Co., 

San Francisco. 
Chappell & Co., London. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 



Charles D. Tuttle. 

Johu Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
H. Germer. 



Boosey & Co., 



London. 



Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Night (Thel has a Thousand Eyes. Frank E. Sawyer. 
Song, with accompaniment for the pianoforte. Com- 
posed by Frank E. Sawyer. Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 

Nightingale Waltz. By J. H. Jennings. Mandolin, with 
guitar accompaniment. [n. i.] 

Nocturno fiir note, mit begleitung des pianoforte. Von 
S. Padassohn. Op. 133. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

No Embers, nor a Fire-Brand. Folk song. Music by 
Georg Heuschel. Op. 4, No. 1. Duet alto and bari- 
tone. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston 

Notturne in A. For organ. By Johannes Pache. Op. 
183, No. 2. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Odyssee (Die; der Musik. Tragodie. 3 Theil Odysseus' 
Heirnkehr. Yorspiel und 1 akt. (Full score. ) (Orches- 
tra.) August Bungert, Berlin. 

Odyssee (Die) der Musik. Tragodie. 3 Theil. Odysseus' 
Heimkehr. By August Bungert. Akt. i. (Full 
score. ) (Orchestra.) August Bungert, Berlin. 

Od^yssee (Dir) der Musik. Tragodie. 3 Theil. Odysseus' 
Heimkehr. By August Bungert. Akt. 3. (Full 
score.) (Orchestra.) August Bungert, Berlin. 

Oh. No One Knows or Would Guess It. From the 
German of Eichendorff by Nathan Haskell Dole. 
Georg Heuschel. Op. 4, No. 2. (Duet, alto, and 
baritone.) Oliver Ditson Company. Boston. 

Oh, Willie, Don't You Lose Me. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. [n. i.] 

Old (The) Arm Chair. (Arranged for male voices by 
Josef Cantor. ) Music by Henry Russell. Words by 
Eliza Cook. (The '"Lute," second series, No. 177.) 
Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt. 

Organist e (L') Liturgiste. Recuesil de Pieces sur des 
chants liturgiques, ou usites dans l'Eglise, Composees 
pour Orgue (Ou Harmonium.) Par Alexandre Guil- 
mant. Op. 65. Paris : A. Durand & Fils. 

Pagoda March. (Band.) G.F.Daniels, [n. i.] 

Paragraph 3. Overture. (Orchestra.) F. v. Suppe\ 
Arranged by Theo. Moses. Carl Fischer, New York. 

" Pensee d'autrefois." Poesie de Ck. Fuster. Musique 
de H. de Fontenailles. A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 

Persevering Love. (Beharrliche liebe.) A Wend Folk- 
song. Albert Dietrich. English version by Nathan 
Haskell Dole. (Duet for alto and baritone ) Oliver 
Ditson Company, Boston. 

Phi Delta Phi. Marching song. Geo. A. Katzenberger, 
Greenville, Ohio. 

Polonaise i n B flat for piano. By Carl Fisher. Rochester, 
N. Y. : Gibbons & Stone. 

Pretty (The) Birds, They Sang So Sweet that Morning. 
Alt' Hampton. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. 

Pull Away, Boys, said the Captain. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. [u. i.]. 

Quartet No. 3 in D minor, for 2 violins, viola, and 
violoncello. By C. Villiers Stanford. Op. 64. 
Augener & Co , London. 

Rad-Sport Klange, mit Gesang. 1, Macrch. 2, Galopp. 
3, Walzer. Herrn Professor Reingold. Begas in 
holier Yerehrung gewidmet von Ludolf Waldmann. 
L. Waldmanns Verlag, Berlin. The B. F. Woods 
Music Company, Boston, Mass, 



Proprietors. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



J. H. Jennings, 

Providence, R. I. 
Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

August Bungert, Berlin. 

Do. 

August Bungert, Berlin. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 



T. B. Harms & Co. , 

New York. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Alex. Guilmant. 

John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Carl Fischer. New York. 

A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 

Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

W. C. Tichenor. 

Gibbons & Stone, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Augener & Co., London. 

Ludolf Waldmann, Berlin. 



24 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Words by A. Valde- 
J. B. Cramer & Co., 



Rainbow (The) of Peace. Cantata. Tenor and bass 

solo. Chorus and organ. Music composed by Thomas 

Adams. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. 
Right (The) Victorious. (Male voices.) Music and 

chorus by Wm. M. Bell. [Words by] J. G. Whittier. 
Rockford Waltz. By Ettore Gualano. Gualano 

Brothers, Sycamore, 111. 
Romance (A study in pedal effects). By Gilmore W. 

Bryant. Op. 24. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Sacred Music for Men's Voices. Vol. 1. By W. O. 

Perkins. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 
Salamanca (Mexican Schottische) Arranged by H. de 

Harport. Two mandolins aud guitar. Denver Music 

Company, Denver, Colo. 
Salve Regina. Soprano or tenor. (Song) No. 2. By 

A. J. Boex. [n. i. ] 
Salve Regina. No. 2. (Humbly With Loving Hearts.) 

Sacred solo. Composed by A. J. Boex. Soprano or 

tenor. The John Church Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Schone (Die) Schweizerin. (The Pretty Swiss Girl ) 

Morceau de Salon composed for the pianoforte by 

Leonard Gautier. London : H. J. Reeks. Boston, 

Mass : White-Smith Music Publishing Company. 
Serenade (The). Selection from the comic opera. By 

Victor Herbert. Arranged by Otto Langey. (Band) 

■' The Serenade " Waltzes. Edward Schuberth &Co., 

New York. 
Shadow and Sunlight. Song in F. 

mar. Music by J. H. Maunder. 

Ltd., London. 
Shore Line Galop. Banjo club 

(Banjos, mandolin, and guitar. 

Providence, R. I. 
Shore Line Galop. By J. H. Jennings. Two banjos, 

2 mandolins, guitar, and piano accompaniment. J. H. 

Jennings, Providence, R. I. 
Si J'etais Dieu! Poesie de Sully-Prudhomme. 

ique H. de Fonteuailles. [n.i.] 
Si J'etais Dieu! Poesie de Sully-Prudhomme. 

ique de H. de Fontenalles. Ton original pour soprano 

ou tenor. A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 
Skippers Three. Song. H. Chilver Wilson. Novello, 

Ewer & Co., London. 
Sleep, Baby. Composed by J. Christopher Marks. 

(Quartette.) No. 055. Novello, Ewer & Co., London. 
Social (A) Gathering. Medley overture. Orchestra. 

Arranged by L. 0. de Witt. Carl Fischer, New York. 
Society Buds. March and two-step. By Hattie Starr. 

M. Witmark & Sons, New York. 
Sonate. Pour Cor a' Pistons avec Ace. de. piano par 

Xavier Lervux. Paris : Alphonse Leduc. 

Song Folio No. 5. Boston : Oliver Ditson Company 

Song of the Tennessee Texans. By Jno. P. Cooper. 

Jno. P. Cooper, Waxahachie, Tex. 
Songs (The) in Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro. Baritone 

and bass. (The Count and Bartolo. ) Edited by 

Alberto Randegger. London and New York : Novello, 

Ewer & Co. 
Songs (The) in Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro. Soprano. 

(The Countess.) Edited by Alberto " 

Novello, Ewer & Co. , London and New York. 



J. 

J. 



Jennings. 
Jennings, 



Mus- 



Mus- 



Pkoprietors. 



Novello, Ewer & Co. , 



London. 



Wm. M. Bell. 



Gualano Brothers, 

Sycamore, 111. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Denver Music Company, 

Denver, Colo. 

John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 



Charles Sheard & Co. , 

Loudon. 



Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 



J. B. Cramer & Co., Ltd., 

London. 



Providence, R. I. 



Do. 



A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 
Do. 



Novello, Ewer & Co. 



Do. 

Carl Fischer. 



London. 



New York. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 

Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 
Jno. P. Cooper, 

Waxahachie, Tex. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 



Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Propeietobs. 



Words by John Brown. 
Chappell & Co., Ltd., 



Stepping (The) Stones. Song 

Music by Hermann Lohr. 

London. 
Story (The) and the Poet. Words and music by Maude 

Valerie White. G. Ricordi & Co., London. 
Strolling (The) Chappies. March. For 2 mandolins 

and guitar. R. R. Hogue. [n. i.] 
Suite in H Moll i'iir Streich Orchester uud tlote. 

John Seb. Bach. Arranged fur pianoforte von Richard 

Hoffman. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Sweet Cosette. Words by H. A. Freeman. Music by 

H. S. Krouse. New York : Percy Ashdown. 
Sweetest (The) Flower. Die schonste Blume. Words 

by Dr. Frederick Petersen. Translation by F. A. 

Rockar. Music by Frank van der Stucken. Tran- 
scription for the pianoforte by Hugo Gruenwald. 

New York : F. A. Rockar. 
Sweet Spirit Hear My Prayer. Violin and piano. From 

Wallace's Opera, u Lurline. " J. Hone Saenger. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 
Taenk, naar engang. Wexels. F. Melius Christiansen. 

(Song.) [n. L] 
"Tashruou" March and Two-step. By Harry Graul. 

Harry Graul, Detroit, Mich. 
Tears, in B flat. Words by Mrs. F. M. Butts. A Life 

Lesson, in F. Words by J. Whitcomb Riley. Music 

by Alfred Hollins. Robert Cocks & Co., London. 
Tears, in G. Words by Mrs. F. M. Butts. A Life Les- 
son, in D. Words by J. Whitcomb Riley. Music by 

Alfred Hollins. Robert Cocks & Co., London. 
Tempest (The) March and Two-step. By Emil Katzen- 

stein. New York : M. Witmark & Sons. 
Thine Eyes of Blue. Waltz song. By Julius F. Mahler, 

Helena, Mont. 
This Day I Need Thee. Grant Colfax Tullar. I. H. Mer- 
edith, [n. i.] 
Thomasville Guards March for Piano. By Miss Mattie 

Stegall. Mattie Stegall, Thomasville, Ga. 
Tritt Gefasst! Keep Step March. Marsch fiir piano- 
forte von Hein rich Seifert. Op. 201. William Kaun, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Two Lancaskire Dances. (Band.) Geo. L. Tracy. 

Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 
Two Little Dolls. Words and music bv Fred. J. Hamill. 

[n.i.] 
Two Lovers. (Die Konigskinder. Aus des 

Wunderhorn.) English adaptation by F. A. 

Altdeutsches Volkslied. Arranged by Fred. Siegert. 

Rockar's Collection of Male Choruses. Mannerchore. 

New York : F. A. Rockar. 
Uncle Sam Forever. Words by Rena N. Langster. Music 

by Leander Fisher. 
Under the Double Eagle. By T. J. Wagner. Two 

mandolins and guitar. Arranged by H. De Harport. 

Denver Music Company, Denver, Colo. 
Unter bliihenden Rosen. Under Blooming Roses. 

Idylle fiir pianoforte. Componirt von Adolf Diederich. 

Op. 34. William Kaun, Milwaukee, Wis. Richard 

Kaun, Berlin. 

4 T E 



Knaben 
Rockar. 



Chappell & Co., London. 

G. Ricordi & Co., London. 

R. R. Hogue. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Percy Ashdown, New York. 
F. A. Rochar, New York. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 

Christiansen & Urseth, 

Rochester, Minn. 
Harry Graul, Detroit, Mich. 

Robert Cocks & Co. , London. 
Do. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Julius F. Mahler, 

Helena, Mont. 
Tullar-Meredith Company, 

Chicago. 
Mattie Stegall, 

Thomasville, Ga. 
William Kaun. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
F. A. Rockar, New York. 



Bena N. Langster, 

Buffalo. N. Y. 
Denver Music Company, 

Denver, Colo. 

William Kaun, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 



26 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 

Titles. Proprietors. 



Vado A Morir. Recitative and air from Handel's opera, 

Arminio. The English words by Paul England. 

Edited with a pianoforte accompaniment by K. A. 

Streatfield. Boosey & Co.. London. 
Valse de Sylvia. Solo pour pianoforte. E. Gramm. 

Philadelphia: W. H. Boner & Co. 
Veiled Prophet. March. Victor Herbert. Arranged 

by Otto Laugey. New York : Edward Schuberth & Co. 
Village (The) Organist. Book 8. Edited by J. Stainer 

and F. Cunningham Woods. London and New York : 

Novello, Ewer & Co. 
Village (The) Organist. Book 9. Edited by J. Stainer 

and F. Cunningham Woods. London and New York : 

Novello, Ewer & Co. 
Violets, Sweet Violets. Song and Refrain. By Leah B. 

Lessi. Chicago : Lyon & Healy. 
Violin (The) Chart. By O. H, Hawthorn Webb. F. 

W. Chanot, London. 
Water Fairies' (The) Spell. (Nixenzanber.) Salons- 
tuck. Richard Eilenberg. Op. 115. Edited and 

Fingered by A. Bechter : Philadelphia : Hatch Music 

Company. 
Wedding (The) Day. (Lancers.) Julian Edwards, [n. i.]. 

Wedding (The) Two-step. Vocal. By E. W. Shartel. 

E. Shartel, Guthrie, Okla. 
Wheu Celia Sings. Song. Words by Clifton Bingham. 

Music by Frank Moir. J. B. Cramer & Co., Ltd., 

London. 
When the Clock Strikes Two in the Tenderloin. Words 

by Hugh Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. [n.i.] 
When the Daylight Fades. Song. The words by Beat- 
music by Frederick Be van. 



rice Ada Gurr. The 

Boosey & Co., London. 
Where My Saviour Leads. 

Ira D. Saukey. 
Whispering (The) Wind. 

Wollenhaupt. Op. 38. 



T. J. Crosby. Arranged by 



Mazurka c?price. H. A. 
New edition lingered by L. 
E. Orth. Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Whisper Softly. Words and music by S. Jos. Monck. 
[n.i.] 

Wine, wine, wine! Waltz-song. Words by Hugh 
Morton. Music by Gustave Kerker. [n. i.] 

Winnie schottische. (Band.) L. P. Laurendeau. Carl 
Fischer, New York. 

Witmark (The) Collection of Male Quartettes. Ar- 
ranged by Chas. Shattuck. No. 1. M. Witmark & 
Sons, New York. 

Woodside Park March. By G. E. Conterno. Op. 74. 
(For piano.) New York, Luciano Conterno & Sons. 

Xylophone Dance. By Paul Colin. M. Witmark & 
Sons, New York. 

Yolande Quadrille. (Orchestra with piano accompani- 
ment.) C. W. Beunet. Oliver Ditson Company. 
Boston. 

You Cannot Smile in Vain. Grant Colfax Tullar. J. 
H. Meredith, [n.i.] 



Boosey & Co., London. 



E. Gramm. 

Edward Schuberth & Co.. 

New York. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 

Do. 



Leah Lessi. 
F. W. Chanot, 



London. 



Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 



John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
E. W. Shartel, 

Guthrie, Okla, 
J. B. Cramer & Co., London. 



T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Boosey & Co., Loudon. 



Biglow & Main Company, 

New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

S. Jos. Monck, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Carl Fischer, New York. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

G. E. Conterno, New York. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

Tullar-Meredith Company, 
Chicago. 



27 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— AN INDEX BY NAMES OF PKOl'EIETORS, 



Proprietors. 


Titles. 


Anglo-Canadian Music Publishing Associa- 


Klondyke Lancers. 


tion, Toronto, Canada. 




Lscherberg (E.) & Co.. London 


Coon Song Album. 




Love Is So Sweet. 




Sweet Cosette. 




Quartet, No. 3. 


Beissner (H.), Galveston, Tex 


Garten-Verein March. 


Bel] (Win. M.) 


Good-Night, 




The Right Victorious. 


Beudel (A.), Reading, Pa 


Glockleiu Klingt. 


Biglow & Main Company, New York 


Where My Saviour Leads 




Little Overalls of Blue. 


Boehme (John Geo.), New York 


American Eagle March. 


Boosey & Co., London 


Anchor Song. 




A Corn Song. 




England's Answer. 




The Grape- Vine Swing. 




Morn Soft and Serene. 




Vado a morir. 




When Dull Care. 




When the Daylight Fades. 


Bote (Ed.) and Bock (G.), Berlin 


Gavotte und Polnische. 


Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig 


Kaiser trinksprucb. 

Notturuo. Fur flote and piano. 




Bungert (August) Berlin 


Odyssee (Die) der musik tragodie III theil, 
1, 2, 3 Akt. 




Chadwick (Ben), Westfield, Mass 


Hobo on the Hog. 


Chauot (F. W.), Loudon 


The Violin Chart. 




Love's Parting Song. 




Miidchenherz. 




The Stepx>ing Stones. 


Christiansen & Ursetb. Rochester, Minn 


Taenk, naar eugang. 




The American Belle March. 




Crowu Prince Overture. 




Meditation March. 




Pagoda March. 




Salve Regina. Soprano or tenor. No. 2. 




The Wedding Day. Lancers. 


Cocks (Robert) & Co , London 


Tears (B flat). A Life Lesson. (F). 
Tears (G), and A Life Lesson (D). 




Collier (Guy B.) 


Klondyke March. 


Conterno (G. E. ) , New York 


Woodside Park March. 


Cooper (Jno. P.), Waxahachie, Tex 


Song of the Tennessee Texans. 


Cramer (J. B.) &Co.. London 


Footsteps. 
Initials. 






Shadow and Sunlight. 




When Celia Sings. 


Creed (H. M.) 


Klondike March. 


Denver Music Company, Denver, Colo 


Salamanca. 




Under the Double Eagle. 


Dick (J. W.), Worcester, Mass 


Delia. 


Ditson (Oliver) Co., Boston 


Blackville Echoes. 




Blow, Breezes, Blow. 




Britta Quadrille. 




The Calm of Love. 




Cradle Song. 




Devotional Anthems. 




Good Advice. 




The Harp of Erin. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PEOPEIETOES)— Continued. 



Peopeietobs. 



Titles. 



Ditson (Oliver) Co., Boston. 



Durand (A.) & Fils, Paris. 



Elliot (Chas. S.) & Co., New York 

Ellis (John F.) & Co., Washington City 

Enoch & Cie, Paris 

Fassett (Raphael) 

Fischer (Carl), New York 



Flanner (Joseph), Milwaukee, Wis. 
Germer (H.), Leipzig 



Gibhons & Stone, Rochester, N. Y 

Gramm, (E.) 

Graul (Harry), Detroit, Mich 

Grade (Emil), Leipzig 

Gualamo Brothers, Sycamore, 111 

Guilmant (Alex.) 

Harms (T. B. ) & Co., New York. 



Hatch Music Company, Philadelphia. 



In a Minute. 

The Jolly Millers. 

Maclolin Waltz. 

No Embers, nor a Fire-Brand. 

Nocturne in A. 

Oh, No One Knows or Would Guess It. 

Persevering Love. 

Sacred Music. 

Song Folio, No. 5. 

Two Lancashire Dances. 

The Whispering Wind. 

Yolande Quadrille. 

Bouquets. 

Cueilletti. 

Dormez-vous. 

Pensie d'autrefois. 

Si j'etais Dieu. Soprano or tenor. 

Si j'etais Dieu. 

Un baiser. 

Kyrie and Sanctus. Gloria Patri and 
Gloria in Excelsis. 

After. 

Deuxieme air de ballet. 

Cornfield Cadets. 

Dahlia Mazurka. 

Festival Procession. 

The Husking Bee. 

Paragraph 3, Overture. 

A Social Gathering. 

Sweet Spirit, Hear My Prayer. 

Winnie Schottische. 

Baby's Pink Shoes. 

Impromptu. Op. 90. 

Impromptu. Op. 142. 

Jubilee Edition of Selected Pianoforte 
Works. 

Moments Musicalo. Op. 94. 

Polonaise in B flat. 

Valse de Sylvia. 

Tashmoo March. 

Feuillet d' Album 

Eockford Waltz. 

L'Organiste Litnrgiste. 

Cable Car Gripman. 

Darling Little Yum-Yum. 

From the Battery to Harlem. 

I'm a Captain Bold and Haughty. 

Girls Are Nothing But Eoses. 

Louise. 

Meet Me Down at Huvler's. 

Oh, Willie, Don't You Lose Me. 

Pull Away, Boys, Said the Captain. 

Two Little Dolls. 

When the Clock Strikes Two in the Ten- 
derloin. 

Wine, Wine, Wine. 

Air Dansant. 

Dream of the Peasant Maiden. 

My Sweet Eepose. 

The Water Fairies' Spell. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PEOPEIETORS)— Continued. 



Proprietors. 



Titles. 



Hogue(R. R.) 

Houck (O. K.) & Co., Memphis, Tenn 
Hnssey (Tacitus), Des Moiues, Iowa.... 
Jennings (J. H.), Providence, R. I 



Kaun (Wm.), Milwaukee, Wis 

Keiser (Robert A.) 

Kirkham (Arthur C.) 

Kistner (Fr ), Leipzig , 

Lakeinan (J. E.), Boston 

Leduc (Alphonse), Paris 

Leslie (Mrs. C. E.) 

Lessi (Leah), Chicago 

Lloyd (T.), Slatington, Pa 

McMillin (H. E.), Cleveland, Ohio 

Mahler (Julius F.), Helena, Mont 

Marsh (Florence) , New York 

Monck (S. Jos.), Cleveland, Ohio 

National Music Company, Chicago 

Neddermeyer (Fred. L.), Columbus, Ohio 
Novello, Ewer & Co., London 



O'Connor (Paul) 

Orth (Chas. J.), Milwaukee, Wis. 
Paul (Darius), Notre Dame, Ind. 
Ricardo & Co., London 

Ries & Erler, Berlin 

Rockar (F. A.), New York 

Sangster (Rena N.), Buffalo, N. Y 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston 



The Strolling Chappies. 

Heartsease. 

Iowa's Queen. 

The Belle of Broadway. 

The Darkie's Serenade. 

The Garden Party Waltz- 
Banjo, mandolin, and guitar. 
Two mandolins, guitar, etc., piano. 

Nightingale Waltz. 

Shore Line Galorj — 

Two banjos, 2 mandolins, guitar, and 

piano. 
Banjo, mandolin, and guitar. 

Tritt gefasst. 

Unter blukenden rosen. 

Fashions Caprice. 

His Time Expired To-day. 

Gartner und Gartnerein. 

The Dandy Colored Guards. 

Sonate. 

Arise, My Soul, Arise. 

Violets, Sweet Violets. 

The Little Straw Thatched Home. 

Horizontal Bars. 

Campania March. 

Thine Eyes of Blue. 

Apple Blossoms. 

Whisper Softly. 

Dream of a Bride. 

Belinda Soot. 

The Farewell. 

Hymn Before Action. 

The Land of Counterpane. 

Magnificat. 

The Rainbow of Peace. 

Skippers Three. 

Sleep, Baby. 

The Songs in Mozarts le Nozze di Figaro. 
Baritone and bass. 

The Songs in Mozarts le Nozze di Figaro. 
Soprano. 

The Village Organist. Book 8. 

The Village Organist. Book 9. 

The Lone Sentry of the Blue Ridjre. 

Estella Polka. 

Echoes of the Jubilee. 

Cradle Song. 

The Story and the Poet. 

Die Grille. 

Edelweiss. Soprano or tenor. 

The Sweetest Flower. 

Two Lovers. 

Uncle Sam Forever. 

Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes. 
(Tenor.) 

Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes. ( Bass. ) 

Gebet (Prayer). 

Meditation. 

The Night Has a Thousand Eyes. 

The Old Arm Chair. 

Romance. 

Suite in H moll. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Proprietors. 


Titles. 


Sclmbertli (Edward) & Co., New York 


The Serenade. 




Veiled Prophet (March). 


Sharte (E. W.), Guthrie, Okla 


The Wedding Two-step. 




Dance of the Dumpies. 




Die schone Schweizerin. 


Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco, Cal 


Ma Caroline. 


Stegall (Mattie) Thomasville, Ga 


Thomasville Guards March. 


Tichenor (W. C.) 


Phi Delta Phi. 


Tullar-Meredith Company, Chicago 


Brighten the Way With a Smile. 
This Day I Need Thee. 






You Cannot Smile in Vain. 


Tuttle (Chas. D.) Philadelphia, Pa 


Humorette Mazurka. 




Marine Review March. 


Waldmaun (Lndolf), Berlin 


Rad-Sport, 

Christian, Dost Thou See Them? 


White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Boston.. 




Delineated Scale Practice. 




The God of Abraham Praise. 


Wit mark (M.) & Sons, New York 


And They All Joined In. 
Artists Repertoire. ■ 






Belles of the Beach. 




Captain of de Coontown. 




Dance of the Night Hawks. 




Dance of the Pirates. 




Dis Coon Has Got de Blues. 




For I Love Her So. 




Gone to His Last Fire. 




I Cannot Find Another Love Like Nell. 




The Pretty Birds, They Sang so Sweet That 




Morning. 




I Want to Send Mama a Message. 




I'm the Bosom Friend of Albert. 




Katy-Did, She Did. 




Little Innocent. 




Society Buds March. 




The Tempest March. 




The Witmark Collection of Male Quartettes. 




No. 1. 




Hylophone Dance. 


Ypsilanti Music Company, Ypsilanti, Mich.. 


The Happy Darkies. 




Hail Mother City. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Down East. By Justin Adams 

The Gawlooler. By Octavus Cohen 

Her Last Rehearsal. By Willard Holcomb 

Love in Law. By Burnham Kalisch 

The Lady or the Hair. By Madalena V. B. MacAdam 

and Livingston Russell. 

Lucindy's Weddin'. By Hugh McGavock McNutt 

The Mother-in-law of McTweedles. By John A. Moroso 

and John A. HefFernan. 
Little Duchess. By Frederick Mouillot and F. W. 

Marshall. 
Lovejoy's Wife. By L. Gustaf Schroeder 



Proprietors. 



Justin Adams, Chelsea, Mass. 
Octavus Cohen, New York. 
Willard Holcomb, 

Washington City. 
Burnham Kalisch, New York. 
Madalena V. B. MacAdam. 

Hugh McGavock McNutt. 
John A. Moroso and John A. 

Heffernan, Brooktyn, N. Y. 
Frederick Mouillot and F. W. 

Marshal, London, England. 
L. Gustaf Schroeder, 

San Francisco. 



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MAPS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Map of North America Showing all Routes to Alaska 

and Klondyke Country. Kevised to September 1, 1897. 

Map of the City of Medford , 



The Hutchings and Packard Map of the Yukon Gold 

Fields, Etc. 
Map of Alaska and the Yukon District 

Millroy's Map of Alaska and the Klondyke Gold Fields.., 

Sectional Map of Trinity County and Parts of Hum- 
boldt, Shasta, and Siskiyou Counties, Cal. 

Official Map of Alaska Including the Klondyke District 
and Adjacent Gold Fields. 

Melair, Mo. August, 1897 

Towsoutown, Mo. July, 1897 

Collierville, Term. August, 1897 

Cambridge Springs, Pa. August, 1897 

Freeport, 111. July, 1897..... 

Map of Africa, Designed Especially for Class Work 



W. B. Conkey Company, 

Chicago. 
W. A. Greeuough & Co., 

Boston. 
C. F. Hutchings, 

Wilmington, Del. 
B. C. Keuway, 

Tacoma, Wash. 
J. J. Millroy, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Punnett Brothers, 

San Francisco. 
Rand, McNally &Co., 

Chicago. 
Sanbom-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Western Publishing House, 
Chicago. 



ENGRAVINGS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Chrysanthemums. 3J by 5. 



Jean Boussod, Manzi , Joyant 

& Co., Paris, France. 

Celebrating the New Year. 3| -by 5 Do. 

On Lake Maggiore. 12f by 8a Do. 

At St, Cloud. 12 by 8:[ Do. 

Sweet Girlhood. 9f by 10* Do. 

Twelfth Night. 3f by 5 Do. 

Fond Memories. 7§ by llf Do. 

A Flirt. 12-Jbyl7V Do. 

The Bee. 8|by 13 Do. 

The Last Drop. 9 by 12| Do. 

A Creek in the Zuiderzee. 13] by 19] Do. 

Return of a Reconnoitering Party. 13> by 20 Do. 

In Search of a Ford. 13£ by 20 '. ! Do. 

The Wasp. 8f by 13 Do. 

Love Among the Ruins. 15J by 11J Do. 

Family Joys. 14-J by 18 Do. 

The Fisherman's Return. 13f by 19] .... Do. 

Cockham-on-the-Thames. 20] -by 12] Do. 

A Thames Back Water. 20] -by llf Do. 

Oriental Fancv. 3J by 5} ] Do. 

The Poultry Market. '3] by 5 | Do. 

The Rivals. 3] by 5 Do. 

How Charming. 3|by5.: | Do. 

I Love You. 3 § by 5 , J Do. 

A Fearless Rider. 3J by 5g ! Do. 

Morning Near Coatesville, Pa R. Dudensing & Son, 

New York. 

Shore at Bristol, Pa Do. 

Garden in Venice I Do. 

Invoking God's Blessing | Do. 



32 



ENGRAVINGS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Bicycling. By Hal Hurst 

On Shore. By Hal Hurst 

Ball. Bv Hal Hurst 

Golf. By Hal Hurst .' 

Tennis. By Hal Hurst 

Fishing. By Hal Hurst 

Gunning. By Hal Hurst 

Riding. By Hal Hurst 

Reception 

Bathing Costume 

Yachting 

Skating 

She Jealous! 

Wound One Arm Round Her Waist Unresisted 

And Pure as the Pure Light of Dawn She Stood 

Yes, Boy ! Thank this Guardian Angel, the Duke Said 

And Lord Alfred had Sprung to the Feet of Lucile 

And Read Over Again that Perplexing Epistle 

Due de Luvois, Adieu 

You Say that Your Heart is Your Hushand's 

As He Lifted Her Hand to His Lips 

With a Lady that Leaned on His Arm 

In Her Habit and Hat, with Her Glad Golden Hair 

Your Friend Always, Lucile 



Frederick A. 
pany, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
' Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Stokes Corn- 
New York. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Fullersburg Mill Race ,...: , 

Old Dutch Windmill 

A Morning Dip 

Big Four 

I 'Tan Hear It 

The Silver Liniug 

Hiawatha. Nos. 884, 885 

559. An Evening Hymn 

560. Home, Sweet Home 

561. Love and Music 

565. Southern Beauty 

566. Papa's Picture 

567. Contemplation 

Miss Marguerite Maude Waterman. Nos. 1-6 
Narragansett Pier Casino 

Fun on the Beach 

The Rockingham 

Bertha Creigh ton. No. 9 

Amelia Bingham. No. 1 

Helen Terry Potter. No. 1 

Amelia Sherna. Nos. 1-4 

Belle Gold. Nos. 2, 4, 5 

Bertha Creighton. No. 13 

Estelle Clayton Group. No. 1 



Geo. A. Allen, 

Western Springs, 
Do. 



111. 



Do. 

Ashman, 
Bateham, 
A. A. Bish 

Chippewa Falls 



Baltimore, Md. 
Norwalk, Ohio. 



Wis. 



C. E. Bolles, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Alfred S. Campbell, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
E. Chickering, Boston. 

W. B. Davidson, 

Jamestown, R. I. 

Do. 



B. 



Do. 
J. Falk, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



New York. 



33 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Evening 

Girl Reading 

The Fog Warning 

At the Fountain 

Early Spring 

Webster's Reply to Hayne 

Landscape With Sheep 

The Farm Yard 

Landscape. (Two different views.) 

Caritas 

Beatrice McKenzie. Nos. 1-7 

Helen Bertram. Nos. 1-7 

Standard of the Polish National Alliance in America 

The Correct Drawers and Pants Support 

12040. The Thanksgiving Service to Her Majesty 

12041. Her Majesty at the Service at St. Paul's Cathedral 

12042. Her Majesty Passing the Parliament Building.... 

12043. Her Majesty 

12044. The Hon. Sir Wilfred Laurier 

12045. The House of Commons and Their Families 
Waiting Her Maiesty's Arrival. 

12046. The House of Lords and Their Families 

12047. Crowds Awaiting Her Majesty's State Entrance.. 

12048. Her Majesty's State Entrance 

12049. Carriage Containing Empress, Frederick and 
Others. 

12050. Yeomanry 

12051. Waiting for the Diamond Jubilee Procession 

12052. Queen's Day 

12053. A Mass of Eager Spectators 

12054. Gathering for the Queen's Procession 

12055. The Pride of the British Army 

12056. The Imperial Infantry Forming Into Line 

12057. The Imperial Light Infantry 

12058. The Military Parade 

12059. A Squadron of the Royal Lancers 

12060. Artillery and Cavalry 

12061. Britain's Show of Strength 

12062. The Life Guards Mounted Band 

12063. The Life Guards and Their Mounted Baud 

12064. Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee Procession 

12065. The 12th and 17th Lancers 

12066. The Royal Irish Constabulary and the Royal 
Horse Guards on Parade. 

12067. The Escort to Her Majesty 

12068. The Contingent of English and Foreign Princes.. 

12069. Naval Gun Detachment and Royal Horse Artil- 
lery. 

12070. Captain Ames and Troopers 

12071 . Officers of the Imperial Service Troops 

12072. The Royal Horse Artillery 

12073. Keeping Step with the Music 

12074. Her Majesty's Soldiers 

12075. Majesty and Beauty in Soldiery , 

12076. Canadian Mounted Troops 

12077. The Royal Carriages 

12078. Colonial Troops 

12079. Viewing the Royalty as they Pass 

12080. Viewing Her Majesty's Procession , 

5 T E 



Peopeietoes. 



Foster Brothers, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
F. W. Guerin, St. Louis, Mo. 

Do. 
Jan W. Idzikowski, Chicago. 
W. H. Kephart, 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
B. W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



34 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



12081. Officers Clearing the Route for Procession 

12082. Cavalry and Artillery on Parade 

12083. The Royal Escort 

12084. The Royal Lancers 

12085. Premiers of South Australia 

12086. A Squadron of the Royal Hussars 

12087. The Hussars and Their Band 

12088. Triumph of a Glorious Reign 

12089. Crowded Streets 

12090. Soldiers Falling Into Line 

12091. Soldiery 

12092. James Street 

12093. After the Procession 

12094. London, Showing the Parliament Building 

12095. London Bridge 

12096. London Bridge in Gay Attire 

12097. The Tower Bridge 

12098. Street Scene 

12099. Bird's-Eye View of London.. 

12100. Bank of England, from Mansion House 

12101. James Street, from the Marlboroough House 

12102. Victoria Hotel 

12039. Hon. Wm. J. Bryan 

Sunday Morning 

Steamer Mexico Off for Klondike 

363. Muir Glacier from Steamer "Queen" 

367. Dyea, Alaska 

368. Skagua, Alaska 

369. Skagua, Alaska 

371. Klondike Miners at Skaguay, Alaska 

372. Broadway, Skaguay. August 12, 1897 

372.}. Klondike Trading Company's Store 

379. Steamer Queen Unloading Klondikers on Scow at 
Dyea. 

380. Scow Load of Klondikers, Dyea 

Kansas City College of Dental Surgery. Graduates of 

1897. 
Dagger-Hoop Act 

Chord Finding Chart 

White Horse Hotel 

The Jolly Four 

9. The Sectional Planet 

12. The Nebulous Envelopment 

13. The Entering Nebula 

14. The God 

15. Suspension Rings Balancing 

16. The Volcanic Period 

18. The End 

19. Symbolic Reference, Etc 

20. The First Appearance 

5068. The Christian Endeavor Army, San Francisco...... 

6050. I Isn't Bin Borned Very Long 

6051. Golly, Dis Am Cheaper Dan Two-Fers 

6052. Jonah Swallowing the Whale 

6053. I'se a Little Alabama Coou : 



Proprietors. 



B. W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Knaffl & Bro., 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
LaRoche, Seattle, Wash. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

E. A. Lein, Kansas City, Mo. 

Thomas William Leonard, 

Richmond. Va. 
J. W. Longfellow, 

Van Wert, Ohio. 
R. Newell & Son, 

Philadelphia. 

F. B. Patterson, New York. 
George H. Pattison, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
B. L. Singley, Meadville, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



35 



PHOTOGEAPHS— Continued . 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 




B. L. Singley, Meadville, Pa. 
Do. 


6055. Sally in Our Alley 


6056. All in the Dark 


Do. 


6057. I Lub Yo, Ma Honey, Yeth I Do 


Do. 


6058. Hush Yo Fussin 


Do. 


6059. Taut I Hah None 


Do. 


6060. Track, We'se'a Comin' 


Do. 


6061. Sebeu or Eleben 


Do. 


6062. The Old, Old, Story 


Do 


6065. There's No Love Like a Mother's Love 


Do. 


6069. Now, I'll Have a Ride 


Do. 


You Tam Yankee 


Strohmeyer & Wyman, 

New York. 
Do 


Japanese Maidens of Love 


Do. 


How Biddv Served the Tomatoes Undressed 


Do. 


Mr. Hugh Beaver 


Arthur W. Yale 




Philadelphia. 
R. Y. Young. 
Do 


Love' s Token 


Uucle Remus, the Rabhit Slayer 


Do. 


Glory Enough for One Day's Hunt 


Do. 


'Tis Time to Lunch. Jack 


Do 




Do. 


Our Great Day's Sport ... 


Do. 


My First Prize of the Season 


Do 


Hunting White Bear in the Arctic Region 


Do. 
Do. 







LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Cupids at Play 

Young Friends 

Spring's Message 

The New Pretty Village 

Little Firemen Game 

1-sheet. "Supper." N. Y. No. 7733 

8-sheet. "Old Man and Widows". N. Y. No. 7725 
16-sheet. "Hunting." N. Y. No. 7726 



Joseph P. Knapp, New York. 
Knapp Company, New York. 
Lautz Bros. & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 
Strobridge Litho. Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 
Do. 



PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



The Sympathy Dodge 

The Tide of Prosperity is Rising 
Triumphant 



Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 



36 
DESIGN. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors 



Titles. 


Peopeietobs. 




Wirtli Brothers, New York. 







CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Attachable Gamut for Violins Wm. Rushton Bowker, 

Waltham, Mass. 
Educational Music Course. Third Chart Ginn & Co. Boston. 



Smith's Intermedial Writing Charts. Nos. 1-8 H. P. Smith Pub. Co. 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



AND 



OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, FROM SEPTEMBER 6 TO SEPTEMBER 11, 1897, INCLU- 
SIVE, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES 
IN THE OFFICE. 



ISTo. 323. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT FEINTING OFFICE. 
1897. 



Treasury Department, 

Office oj the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery , Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Pbopeietoes. 



The Squire of Eose Vale. By Charlotte E. Abbott. 
Chap. 49. (Eeceived Sept. 10, 1897.) 

Dan, the Tramp. By Laura Hunsaker Abbott. (Ee- 
ceived Sept. 9, 1897.) 

The Gold Fields of the Klondike Eegion, with Complete 
Map. (Eeceived Sept. 8, 1897.) 

The Eeady Cotton Eeckoner. Eevised Edition. By 

E. A. Allen. (Eeceived Sept. 9, 1897.) 
Allen's Living Topics Cyclopedia. (Eeceived Sept. 9, 

1897.) 
A School History of the United States. By John Bach 

McMaster. (Eeceived Sept. 8, 1897. 1 
School Beading by Grades. Fourth Year. By James 

Baldwin. (Eeceived Sept. 8, 1897.) 
Hoheres Viertes Lefebuch. Von W. H. "Weick und 

C. Grebner. (Eeceived Sept. 7, 1897.) 
Transactions of the American Gynecological Society. 

Vol. 22, for 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 7, 1897.) 
"A" Syndicate Page. Sept. 11, 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 

11, 1897.) 
"A" Syndicate Page. Sept. 18, 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 

11, 1897.) 
"B" Syndicate Page. Sept. 11, 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 

11, 1897.) 
"B" Syndicate Page. Sept. 18, 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 

11, 1897.) 
"C" Syndicate Page. Sept. 11, 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 

11, 1897.) 
"E" Syndicate Page. Sept. 4, 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 

11, 1897.) 
"E" Syndicate Page. Sept. 11, 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 

11, 1897.) 

Forrest Defeated. (Eeceived Sept. 11, 1897) 

Quick on the Shoot. (Eeceived Sept. 11 , 1897) 

Fashions of New York. (Eeceived Sept. 11, 1897) 

Commentary on the Gospel According to Matthew. By 

Edwin W. Eice. (Eeceived Sept. 8, 1897.) 
Stephen Hardee. By Katharine N. Festetits. (Eeceived 

Sept. 8, 1897.) 
Kinkead's Instructions and Entries. (Eeceived Sept. 11, 

1897.) 
Sweethearts and Friends. By Maxwell Gray. (Eeceived 

Sept. 8, 1897.) 
A Soldier of Manhattan. By Joseph A. Altsheler. 

(Eeceived Sept. 11, 1897.) 
The Story of Germ Life. By H. W. Conn. (Eeceived 

Sept. 11, 1897.) 
A History of French Literature. By Edward Dowden. 

(Eeceived Sept. 11, 1897.) 
The Chemistry of the Non-Metals. By John Howard 

Appleton. (Eeceived Sept. 9, 1897.) 

(3) 



Charlotte E. Abbott. 

Laura H. Abbott. 

Alaska Transportation, Trad- 
ing and Mining Company, 
New York. 
E. P. Allen, 

Cincinnatti, Ohio. 
Henry G. Allen & Co., 

New York. 
American Book Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

American Book Co. and Van 

Antwerp, Bragg & Co. 

American Gynecological 

Society, Philadelphia. 

American Press Association, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

American Sunday-School 
Union, Philadelphia. 

Do. 

W. H. Anderson &Co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

John Howard Appleton, 

Providence, E. I. 



4 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Taste in Interiors 

The Man of Nazareth. By W. H. Ashby. (Received 

Sept, 7, 1897.) 
The Kaiser as God's Viceroy. (Received Sept. 7, 1897)... 

DuaTAlliahce for Peace. (Received Sept. 7, 1897) 

How to make a Water Ranch. By J. Harry Adams. 

(Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 
Stocking the Aquarium. By A. L. Woods. (Received 

Sept. 9,1897.) 
Fun for Boys at Lenox. Bv J. L. Heaton. (Received 

Sept. 9,1897.) , 
Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By Ellen Osborn. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 9,1897.) 
Fruit Festival and Harvest Home. By C. M. Harger. 

(Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 
Correct Things in Men's Dress. By Owen Langdon. 

(Received Sept. 9,1897.) 
Rattlesnake Pete Discusses Snakes. By I. D. Marshall. 

(Received Sept. 9, 1897. ) 
Is Europe Threatened with Famine ? By J. L. Heaton. 

(Received Sept. 9,1897.) 
Largest Dynamo in the World. Bv S. H. Mullin. 

(Received Sept. 9,1897.) 
Most Appalling of All Terrors of the Deep. By Chas. 

B. Lewis. (Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 
M. Quad and Kemhle Page. By Chas. B. Lewis. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 9,1897.) 
All About the Woman of Fashion. By Annie Laurie 

Woods. (Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 
Trilby of the Opera. By Katherine S. Parks. (Received 

Sept. 9, 1897. ) 
Most Interesting of All Jewels. By Edmund Russell. 

(Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 
Victimized. By David Wechsler. (Received Sept. 9, 

1897.) 
The Blue Camlet Cloak. By Clinton Scollard. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 9, 1897.) 
Eddie. By Willis Emery. (Chas. Hooke.) (Received 

Sept. 9, 1897.) 
Dr. Jim's Dream. By John Elbert Wilkie. (Received 

Sept. 9, 1897.) 
California Reports. Vol. 116. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) .., 

How to Become Expert in Typewriting. By Mrs. Arthur 
J. Barnes. Revised. Complete Smith Premier In- 
structor. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Complete Remington Instructor. (Received Sept. 

7, 1897.) 

Catalogue of Blanks for Clerk of Court. Arranged for 
August, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 

Chats with Inventors About Inventions aud Patents. 
By Wallace A. Bartlett. (Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Half Dime Library. No. 1050. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 

Dime Library. No. 985. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 

Historic Writing Tablet. (Received Sept. 8, 1897) 



A Fountain Sealed. By Sir Walter Besant. Chaps. 

11-17. (Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 
The Physician's Visiting List for 1898. (Received Sept. 

11, 1897.) 



Belle Archer. 
W. H. Ashby, 

Beatrice, Nebr. 
Associated Press, New York. 

Do. 
Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Bancroft-Whitney Company, 
San Francisco. 

Arthur J. Barnes, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Do. 

Barrett Publishing Company, 
Springfield, Ohio. 
W. A. Bartlett, 

Washington City. 
.] Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 
. Beltin Engraving Company, 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Walter Besant, London. 

P. Blakiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Scientific Basis of Medicine. By I. W. Heysinger. 
(Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 

One Hundred Gymnastic Games. (Eeceived Sept. 7, 
1897.) 

Music Department. K. S. N. S. (Received Sept. 7, 
1897.) 

Plane Geometry. By F. D. Boynton. (Received Sept. 
11, 1897.) 

Bubbles. By Fannie E. Newberry. (Received Sept. 8, 
1897.) 

Kent Fielding's Ventures. By I. T. Thurston. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Index to Minutes of Estates. (Received Sept. 10, 1897).. 

Care and Use of Automatic Gear Cutting Machines for 
Spur Gears. 1897. (Received Sept 9, 1897.) 

Physical Drill for Foot Troops. Compiled by Capt. 
Constautine Chase. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 

Course in Popular and Applied Science. 24. The Eye. 
By William J. Hopkins. (Received Sept, 7, 1897.) 

25. Color. By William J. Hopkins. (Received 

Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Course in Literature and Literary Criticism. 14. Oliver 
Wendell Holmes. (Concluded.) (Received Sept. 7. 
1897.) 

15. James Russell Lowell. Biography. By John 

Ebenezer Bryant. (Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 

■ 15. James Russell Lowell. Biography. (Con- 
cluded.) By John Ebenezer Bryant. (Received 
Sept. 11,1897.) 

School Ideas : A Teachers' Course. 2. Books and Edu- 
cation. (Continued.) By John Millar. (Received 
Sept, 9, 1897.) 

Catalogue of Childs Business College. (Received 
Sept. 7,1897.) 

Cincinnati Bell Telephone Directory. Issue No. 30. 
Cincinnati, September, 1897. (Received Sept. 7, 
1897.) 

A Girl's Ordeal. By Mrs. Lucy C. Lillie. (Received 
Sept. 11, 1897.) 

A Night on the Eight-Mile Lock. By L. T. Meade and 
Robert Eustace. (Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 

Steam Heating: Key, First Edition. (Received Sept. 
7, 1897.) 

Sewerage: Question Paper, First Edition. (Received 
Sept. 9, 1897.) 

Fundamental Principles of Heating and Ventilation. 
Part 2. Key, First Edition. (Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 

Acetylene Gas for House Lightinc;. ( Received Sept. 7, 
1897.) 

The Excelsior Fourth Reader. Revised, July, 1897. 
(Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 

The Excelsior Fifth Reader. Revised, June, 1897. 
(Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 

My Terrible Sister-in-Law. By May Crommelin. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 10, 1897.) 

Ballads of Yankee Land. By William Edward Pen- 
ney. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 

The Ring and the Book. By Robert Browning. Edited 
by Charlotte Porter and Helen A. Clarke. (Received 
Sept. 7, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



Boericke & Tafel, 

Philadelphia. 
Boston Normal School of 
Gymnastics, Boston. 

Charles A. Boyle, 

Emporia, Kans. 
F. D. Boynton, Ithaca, N. Y. 

A. I. Bradley & Co., Boston. 

Do. 

W. B. Bridges, 

Scottsboro, Ala. 
Brown & Sharpe Manufac- 
turing Co., Providence, R. I. 
James J. Chapman, 

Washington City. 
Chicago Record, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Childs Business College, 

Worcester, Mass. 
City and Suburban Tele- 
graph Association, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Henry T. Coates & Co., 

Philadelphia, 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 

Do. 
J. B. Colt & Co., New York. 
Crane & Co., Topeka, Kans. 

Do. 

May Crommelin. 

Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



(Re- 

(Re- 
By 



A Good Start. By F. B. Meyer. (Received Sept. 9, 1897).. 

The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. Translated 

by Rev. Henry F. Cary. Edited by L. Oscar Kubns. 

(Received Sept, 9, 1897.) 
The Poet's Poet and Other Essays. By William A. 

Quayle. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 
Manual of Ecclesiastical Architecture. By Prof. Wil- 
liam Wallace Martin. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 
A Master of Indirection. By T. Austin Dailey. Chap. 

27. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Chaps. 28-29. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 

Improved Svstem of Adding aud Subtracting Numbers. 

(Received" Sept. 7, 1897.) 
An Epitome of the History of Medicine. By Roswell 

Park. (Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 
Illustrated Catalogue No. 21 of Independent Air Pumps 

and Condensers. 
Delbridge's Cotton Gin Book. (Received Sept. 9, 1897).. 
Delbridge's Cotton Bill Stub Book. (Received Sept. 9, 

1897.) 
The Mothers' Council. By Mrs. Louise Pollock. 

ceived Sept. 9, 1897.) 
The Way of Fire. By Helen Blackmar Maxwell. 

ceived Sept, 9, 1897. ) 
The Romance of Colonization of the United States. 

G. Barnett Smith. (Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 
Catalogue of Fine, High-Class, All-Colored Fireworks. 

1897. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 
Special Illustrated Catalogue. 1897. (Received Sept. 7, 

1897.) 
The Methodist Episcopal Church Pulpit. E. S. East- 
man, Editor. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 
The Government of the People of the State of Wisconsin. 

By James Alva Wilgus. (Received Sept. 7, 1897). 
Dr. Elsenheimer's Academy of Music. Catalogue 

1897-98. (Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 
Street Guide to Buffalo, N. Y. (Received Sept. 7, 1897).. 
The Two Altheas. By Edith E. Horseman. (Received 

Sept. 7, 1897.) 
The Lord of Lowedale. ByR. D. Chetwode. (Received 

Sept. 7, 1897.) 
Under the Cuban Flag. By Fred. A. Ober. (Received 

Sept. 7, 1897.) 
Missing Heiress. Translated from the German of Adal- 
bert Holm by J. La Rose. No. 35. (Received Sept. 

7, 1897.) 
Klondike, a Manual for Goldseekers. By Charles A. 

Bramble. (Received September 8, 1897.) 

Colchi-Sal. (Received Sept. 7, 1897) 

Manual of Natural History Studies. (Received Sept. 11. 

1897.) 
Golden Gleanings of Poetry and Song. Compiled and 

edited by Henry Davenport Northrop. (Received 

Sept. 7, 1897.) 
Camellia. By Pearle Melville Garrett. (Received 

Sept. 9, 1897.) 
History of the United Brothers of Friendship and Sis- 
ters of the Mysterious Ten. A negro order. By W. 

H. Gibson. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 
The Giles Mercantile Agency. (Received Sept. 10, 1897). 



Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



Curts & Jennings, 

Cincinnati. 
Do. 

T. Austin Daily. 

Do. 

John M. Dashiell, 

Decatur, 111. 
F. A. Davis Company, 

Philadelphia. 

Dean Brothers' Steampump 

Works, Indianapolis, Ind. 

C. L. Delbridge, Atlanta, Ga, 

Do. 

De Wolfe, Fiske & Co., 

Boston. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

A. L. Due Fireworks Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 

C. S. Eastman, 

Monroe, Mich. 
Eldredge & Bro. , 

Philadelphia. 
N. J. Elsenheimer, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Matt. Endres, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Estes & Lauriat, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

S. Feinbers & Co. , New York. 



R. F. Fenno & Co., 

New York. 
E. Fougera & Co. , New York. 
Franklin Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Horace C. Fry. 



Pearle Melville Garrett, 

Murphysboro, 111. 
W. H. Gibson, 

Louisville, Ky. 

Giles Merchantile Agency, 

Portland, Oreg. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietobs. 



Girabel Brothers Bicycle Catalogue. 1897. (Received 
Sept. 7, 1897.) 

The Government of Ohio. By J. P. Gordy. (Received 
Sept. 10, 1897.) 

Instructions for Mine. Goodhue's Improved Skirt Chart. 
(Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Old Wells and Water-Courses of the Island of Manhat- 
tan. By Geo. Everett. Hill and Geo. E. Waring, Jr. 
Part 1. (Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 

Five Hundred Carats. By Geo. Griffith. (Received 
Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Dabby's Second Epistle. (Received Sept. 10, 1S97) 



Education. Chap. 7. (Received Sept. 7, 1897) 

Hanford's Athens, Sayre, and Waverly Directory. 1897. 
(Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 

No. 6847, or The Horrors of Prison Life. (Received 
Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Harrsen's Mexican Commercial Reports. 1897. August 
Edition. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Harvey's Dictionary of Classical and Foreign Quotations, 
Words, and Phrases. By F. Russell Harvey. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Prinz im Irrenhaus. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 

Derr irrlinnige Prinz. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 

Insurance Maps of Philadelphia. Vol. 32. (Received 
Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Views of Omaha and Surroundings. (Received Sept. 11, 
1897.) 

Conditions to be Realized and Rules to be Observed in 
Conversations on the Philosophy of Knowledge. 
(Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 

The Chautauqua System. (Received Sept. 10, 1897) 

Hoenshel's Complete English Grammar for Common and 
High Schools. By E. J. Hoenshel. Third Edition. 
Revised. (Received Sept. 7, 1897. ) 

A Text Book of Physics. By Edwin H. Hall and 
Joseph Y. Bergen. Revised and Enlarged. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 10, 1897.) 

Specimens of Argumentation. Modern. Compiled by 
George P. Baker. Second Edition, Revised. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 11, 1897.) 

Elements of Comparative Zoology. By J. S. Kingslev. 
(Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 

Hamlet. By William Shakespeare. From the River- 
side Edition, Edited by Richard Grant White. With 
Additional Notes by Helen Gray Cone. (Received 
Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Calendar. (Received Sept. 10, 1897) 



The "H. W. J." Electric Car Heaters. (Received 
Sept. 8, 1897.) 

The Trade in Live Stock. Sept. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, and 8, 
1897. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Notes on Pathology. By W. A. Evans. (Received 
Sept. H, 1897.) 

Columbus System of Vertical Writing. No. 3. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 11, 1897.) 

Krone's Schul-Vorschriften. No. 4. (Received Sept. 8, 
1897.) 



Gimbel Brothers, 

Wilwaukee, Wis. 
Ginn & Co., Boston. 



Melissa Goodhue, 



Boston. 



Maud Wilder Goodwin, 

New York. 

Geo. Griffith. 

Grit Publishing Company, 

Williamsport, Pa. 
Winchester Hall. 
George Hanford, 

Elinira, N. Y. 
John Wesley Hardin. 

Ferdinand Harrsen, 

Mexico City, Mexico. 
F. R. Harvey. 



W. R. Hearst, New York. 

Do. 
Ernest Hexamer & Son, 

Philadelphia. 
Herman Heyn, Omaha, Nebr. 

W. W. Hicks, 

Lily Dale, N. Y. 

C. O. Hiscock, Albion, Mich. 
E. J. Hoenshel, 

Lincoln, Nebr. 

Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 

Do. 



Do. 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 



George F. Human, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

H. W. Johns Manufacturing 

Company, New York. 

Kansas City Star Company, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

W. T. Keener Company, 

Chicago. 
John Kehoe, New' York. 

Krone Brothers, New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Nature Studies for Color Work. By Helen Phillips Lane. 
Series A and B. (Keceived Sept. 7, 1897.) 

The Principles of Bacteriology. By A. C. Abbott. 
Fourth Edition. (Eeceived Sept. 9, 1897.) 

Dreams in Homespun. By Sam Walter Foss. (Received 
Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Exiled from Two Lands. By Everett T. Tomlinson. 
(Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Guarding the Border. By Everett T. Tomlinson. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Pacific Shores. By Oliver Optic. (Received Sept. 9, 
1897.) 

The Happy Six. By Penn Shirley. (Received Sept. 11, 



• ) 



By Herman 



Appendicitis and Its Surgical Treatment. 
Mynter. (Received Sept. 8, 1887. ) 

In Nature's Waggish Mood. By Paul Heyse. Trans- 
lated by Harriet Lieber Cohen. Part 2. (Received 
Sept. 10, 1897. ) 

By Alwyn M. Thurber. 



By Faye Huntington. 



(Received 
(Received 



Zelma, the Mystic. 
Sept. 11, 1897.) 

His First Charge. 
Sept. 7, 1897.) 

The Boston Browning Society Papers. 1886-97. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 9, 1897.) 

The St. Paul Business College. 1897-98. (Received 
Sept. 7, 1897.) 

English and American Sonnets. Edited by E. H. Turpin. 
(Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 

Selections from L'Hommond's Viri Romse and Cornelius 
Nepos. Edited by Jno. T. Buchanan and R. A. Minck- 
witz. (Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 

Drifting and Resisting. By A. B. Meservey. (Received 
Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Morgan's United States Tariff. (Pocket Edition. ) 1897. 
(Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 

Old Times in the Red River Valley. By M. H. Mor- 
rill. 7. Old Pembima Village. (Received Sept. 8, 
1897.) 

Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 719. 
11, 1897.) 

True Manliness. By C. E. Walker. 

7, 1897.) 
A Son of Mars. By St. George Rathborne. 

Sept. 9, 1897.) 
A M ountain of Gold. By Willis Steell. (Received Sept. 

9, 1897.) 
Der Konig von Sidon. (Fortsetzung. ) (Received Sept. 

8, 1897.) 

Das Bild ini Wasser. Von Wilhelm Zenfen. Part 12. 

(Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 
Syllabus for Nature Study. Prepared by Miss S. E. 

Eldredge. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 
Fifty Miles Around New York. (Received Sept. 9, 

1897.) 

Fifty Miles Around Brooklyn. (Received Sept, 9, 1897). .. 

Der Geschaftsfiihrer oder sichere Geschaftsmethoden. 
Von J. L. Nichols. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 

Bar Harbor Apparitions. By George F. Ormsby. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 7, 1897. ) 



Peopeietobs. 



(Received Sept. 
(Received Sept. 
(Received 



Helen Phillips Lane. 

Lea Brothers <%; Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Lee & Shepard, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 
Living Age Company, 

Boston. 

C. M. Loomis. 

Lothrop Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Macmillan Company, 

New York. 
Maguire Brothers, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Maynard, Merrill & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



A. B. Meservey. 

Samuel T. Morgan, 

Baltimore, Md. 
M. H. Morrill. 



Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
National Purity Association, 
Chicago. 
F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York. 
Do. 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 

New York Society of Peda- 
gogy, New York. 
New York State Division of 
the League of American 
Wheelmen, New York. 
Do. 
J. L. Nichols & Co., 

Naperville, 111. 
George F. Ormsby. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peoprietoes. 



The Romance of a Poor Young Man. From the 

French of Octave Feuillet. (Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 
Gold Fields of Alaska. First Edition. By Louie. 

(Received Sept, 7, 1897. ) 
Perfection Vertical Writing, Spelling, Correction, and 

Dictation Blank. With Guide Lines. (Received 

Sept, 7,1897.) 
Directory of the Town of Ipswich. (Received Sept. 10, 

1897.) 
Reminiscences of Society in New York. By an Old 

New Yorker. 25. Society in History, at Home, at 

Church, and at the Club. (Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 
Marinette Directory for 1897-98. (Received Sept. 8, 

1897.) 
Laws of Alaska Pertaining to Civil Government. Mines, 

and Land. By Frederic Hall. (Received Sept. 10, 

1897.) 
Gold-Hunters Cheer for the World on the Skagua Trail. 

(Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 
Win. J. Bryan to the American People Through the 

World. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 
Amazing News from Panama. (Received Sept. 10, 1897). 

Mascagni Took Poison. (Received Sept. 10,1897) 

Ireland Faces Famine. (Received Sept. 10, 1897) 

Ireland Sees No Ray of Hope. (Received Sept. 10, 1897)., 
Greater New York Facts. Compiled by Edgar R. 

Freyer. (Received Sept, 8, 1897.) 
Stamford Directory, 1897. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 



By 

10, 



Little Journeys to the Homes of Famous Women. 

Elbert Hubbard. Jaue Austen. ( Received Sept. 

1897.) 

Empress Josephine. (Received Sept. 10, 1897) 

Mary W. Shelley. (Received Sept. 10, 1897) 

A Conflict of Evidence. By Rodrigues Ottolengui. 

Chap. 7. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 
The Ayrshire Homes and Hauuts of Burns. By Henry 

C. Shelley. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 
Pratt Portraits. Sketched in a New England Suburb. 

By Anna Fuller. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 
Quotation Record 



Railway Postal Clerks' Record Book. (Received Sept. 

7, 1897.) 

From Paris. (ReceivedSept.il, 1897) 



The Plumb-Line Laid to the Wall By Ben Randals. 

( Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 
The Pew to the Pulpit. By David J. Brewer. (Received 

Sept. 8, 1897.) 
Seven Years in Sierra Leone. The story of the work of 

William A. B. Johnson. By Rev. Arthur T. Pierson. 

(Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Strans-Cura. (Received Sept. 7, 1897) 

Pledge. (Received Sept. 1(», 1897) 



In Fashion's Domain. (Received Sept. 7, 1897) 

Practical Harmony and Composition. By J. H. Rue- 
bush and J. H. Hall. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 

2 T E 



L. C.Page & Co., Boston. 

B. Patterson, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
F. E. I'earsall, Chicago. 



M. V. B. Perley, 

Ipswich, Mass. 
Morris Phillips & Co.. 

New York. 

R. L.Polk & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
Prack & Blech, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Press Publishing Company, 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Edgar R. Preyer. 

Price & Lee Company, 

New Haven, Conn. 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Quotation Record Company, 
New York. 
Railway Postal Clerks' 
Record Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Rand, McNally & Co., 

Chicago. 
Ben Randals, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Fleming H. Revell Company, 
New York. 
Do. 



C. E. Rogers, Boston. 

Ella Clementine Rogers, 

Philadelphia. 
Henriette Rousseau. 
Ruebush-Kieffer Company, 
Dayton, Va. 



10 

BOOKS— CONTIN UED. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Pathological Technique. By Frank Burr Mai lory and 

James Homer Wright. (Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 
Special Formulas and Valuable Prescriptions. ( Received 

Sept. 7, 1897.) 
Auld Liglit Idylls. By J. M. Barrie. (Received Sept. 

11, 1897.) 
The History of the Lady Betty Stair. By Molly Elliot 

Seawell. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 
The Bible and Islam. By Henry Preserved Smith. 

(Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 
A Window in Thrums. By J. M. Barrie. (Received 

Sept. 11, 1897.) 
A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Epistles 

to the Philippians and to Philemon. By Rev. Marvin 

R.Vincent. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) ' 
A History of Christianity in the Apostolic Age. By 

Arthur Cushman McGiffert. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 
Percentage and Piecework for Practical Printers. By 

Henry E. Seeman. (Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 
Maud Smithers, with Apologies to Whittier. (Received 

Sept. 8, 1897.) 
Minneapolis Public Schools. (Received Sept. 7, 1897)... 
Life of Gen. James H. Lane. By John Speer. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 8, 1897.) 
Trading Stamp Book. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) Issued 

by Cleveland Trading Stamp Company. 
Missouri Appeals Reports. Vol.69. (Received Sept. 8, 

1897.) 
Won by the Sword. By J. Perkins Tracy. (Received 

Sept. 11, 1897.) 
A Genealogical Note Book. (Received Sept. 7, 1897) 



68. (Received Sept. 10, 
(Received 



Frank Reacle Library 
1897.) 

Waite's Lockport City Directory for 1897 
Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Notes on Pharmacognosy. By Otto A. Wall. [Con- 
tinued from page 290.] (Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Shrewsbury. By Stanley J. Weyman. Chaos. 30-32. 
(Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 

White on Corporations. Third Edition. (Received Sept. 
11, 1897.) 

Sentiment and Business. (Received Sept. 10, 1897) 



A Memoir of Robert C. Winthrop. Prepared by Robert 
C. Winthrop, Jr. (Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 

Proof Sheets of Chadwick's Harmony. Issued as Manu- 
script. (Received Sept. 10, 1897.) 



W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
Mountferd J. Scott. 

Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do 

Do. 



Do. 

Henry E. Seeman, 

Durham, N. C. 
W. T. Sim, St. Louis, Mo. 

Bonnie E. Snow. 
John Speer, 

Garden City, Kans. 
Sperry & Hutchinson, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
E. W. Stephens, 

Columbia, Mo. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Joseph F. Swords. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

L. P. Waite & Co. 

Otto A. Wall. 

Stanley J. Weyman, London. 

Frank White. 

Mills Whittlesey, 

Trenton, N. J. 
John Wilson & Son, Boston. 

B. F. Wood Music Company, 
Boston. 



PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. Sept. 6-12, 1897 New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 

Advance Reports. Legal Intelligencer. Sept. 10, 1897.. Frank Reeder, Secretary of 

the State of Pennsylvania. 

Albany Law Journal. Sept. 4 and 11, 1897 > Albany Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 

Allegretto. August, 1897 ! G. W. Hummel, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 



11 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietors. 



Amateur Athlete. Sept. 2 and 9, 1897 

American Agriculturist. Sept. 11, 1897 

American Amateur Photographer. September, 1897 

American Architect and Building News. Sept. 4, 1897... 

American Exchange and Review. September, 1897 

American Field. Sept. 11, 1897 

American Florist. Sept.,4, 1897 

American Gynaecological and Obstetrical Journal. Sep- 
tember, 1897. 

American Home Journal. September, 1897 

American Investments and Financial Opinions. Sep- 
tember, 1897. 

American Machinist. Sept. 9, 1897 

American Stock-Keeper. Sept. 11, 1897 

Annals of Surgery. September, 1897 

Architecture and Building. Sept. 4,1897 

Army and Navy Register. Sept. 11, 1897... 

Army and Navy Weekly. Sept. 11/1897 

Atlantic Reporter. Sept. 1, 1897 

Ave Maria. Sept. 11,1897 

Baptist Union. Sept, 11,1897 

Bearings. Sept. 2 and 9, 1897 

Boiler Maker. September, 1897 

Boston Sunday Globe. Sept. 5, 1897.... 

Botanical Gazette. August, 1897 

Bradstreet's. A Journal of Trade, Finance, and Public 

Economy. Sept. 4 and 11, 1897. 
Brooklyn Life. Sept. 11, 1897 

Buffalo Medical Journal. September, 1 897 

Buyers' Reference. August, 1897 

Carriage Monthly. September, 1897 

Cassier's Magazine. September, 1897 

Catholic News. Sept. Sand 12,1897 

Central Law Journal. Sept. 3, 1897 

Child-Life. September, 1897 

Christian Financier. July, 1897 

Christian Herald. Sept. 8, 1897 



Amateur Athlete News Com- 
pany, New York. 

Orange Judge Co. , New York. 

Outing Company, New York. 

American Architect and 
Building News Co., Boston. 

Review Pub. and Printing 
Company, Philadelphia. 

American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 

American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 

J. D. Emmet, New York. 

W. B. Conkey Co. , Chicago. 
Niagara Publishing Com- 
pany Buffalo, N. Y. 
American Machinist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
L. L. Thompson, 

Washington* D. C. 
Howard, Ainslee & Co., 

New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 

Baptist -Young People's 

Union, Chicago. 

Bearings Pub. Co , Chicago. 

Joseph P. Ryerson'& Son, 

Chicago. 
Globe Newspaper Company, 
Boston. 
University of Chicago, 

Chicago. 
Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
William Warren Potter, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Buyers' Reference Company, 
New York. 
Ware Brothers, Philadelphia. 
Cassier Magazine Company. 
New York. 
Catholic News Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Elizabeth Mast Hyatt, 

Boston. 
A. A. Kidder, 

New London, Conn. 
Louis Klopsch, New York. 



12 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Christian Literature. September, 1 897 

Church Economist. Sept. 2 and 9, 1897 

Clothier and Furnisher. September, 1897 

Collier's Weekly. Sept. 9, 1897 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. Sept. 11, 1897. 



Proprietors. 



Commercial and Financial Chronicle Cotton Crop Supple- 
ment. Sept. 11, 1897. 
Concert-Goer. Sept. 1, 1897 



Cycling Gazette. Sept. 9, 1897. 



Daily Racing Form. Sept. 4-10, 1897. 
Delineator. October, 1897 



Dietetic a+id Hygienic Gazette. September, 1897. 

Dry Goods Economist. Sept. 4, 1897 

Eastern State Journal. Sept. 4, 1897...... 



Electrical Engineer. Sept. 9, 1897 

Electrical Engineering. Sept. 1, 1897. 
Electrical World. Sept. 4, 1897 



Etude. Sept. 9, 1897 

Examiner. September, 1897 

Fame, September, 1897 

Family fetory Paper. Sept. 25, 1897. 



Farm and Home. Sept. 1, 1897 

Farm Implement News. Sept. 9, 1897. 
Farm Machinery. Sept. 7, 1897 



Farmer. Sept. 11, 1897 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 81, No. 7. 



Forest and Stream. Sept. 11, 1897 

French Dressmaker. October, 1897 

Garden and Forest. Sept. 8, 1 897 

Glass of Fashion Up-to-Date. October, 1 897.. 
Golden Hours. Sept. 18, 1897 



Golden Rale. Sept. 9, 1897 

Golfing. Sept. 4, 1897 

Good Housekeeping. September, 1897. 



Good Literature. September, 1897 

Grand Album of Metropolitan Fashions. October, 1897.. 



Christian Literature Com- 
pany, New York. 
Church Economist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Geo. N. Lowrey Company, 

New York. 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
William B. Dana Company, 
New York. 
Do. 

Wilcox & Haigh, 

Detroit, Mich. 
Emil Grossman & Bro., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Frank H. Brunell, Chicago. 
Butterick Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Gazette Pub. Co., New York. 
Textile Pub. Co., New York. 
Charles D. Hoi ton, 

White Plains, N. Y. 
Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
Electrical Engineering Pub- 
lishing Company. Chicago. 
W. J. Johnston & Co., 

New York. 
Theo. Presser, Philadelphia. 
Examiner Co., New York. 
Artemas Ward, New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Phelps Publishing Company, 
Springfield, Mass. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Midland Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Orange Judd Co., Chicago. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Paris Fashion Company, 

New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New l'ork. 
Butterick Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Golden Rule Co., Boston. 
Golfing Company, New York. 
Clark \V. Bryan Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
F. M. Lupton, New York. 
Butterick Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Great Round World. Sept. 9, 1897.. 



Peopbietobs. 



Green Bag. September, 1897 

Grocers' Regulator. Sept. 2 and 9, 1897 



Handbueh fur den Amerikanischen Brauer und Malzer. 
Lieferung No. 19. 

Happy Days. Sept. 25, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. Sept. 11, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. Sept. 7, 1897 

Harper's Weekly. Sept. 11, 1897 

Home Music Journal. September, 1897 



Horseman. Sept. 7, 1897. 



Illustrated American. Sept. 11, 1897 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. Sept. 5, 1897. 



Illustrated Christian World. September, 1897. 
Illustrated Electrical Review. Sept. 8, 1897 ... 



Illustrated Police News. Sept. 11, 1897. 

Inland Printer. September, 1897 

Jewelers' Circular. Sept. 8, 1897 



Jewelers' Weekly. Sept, 8, 1897 

Jewish Comment. Sept. 10, 1897 

Journal of Practical Medicine. September, 1897. 
Journal of School Geography. September, 1897.. 



Journal of the American Medical Association. Sept. 4, 

1897. 
Journal of the Military Service Institution. September. 

1897. 

Judge. Sept 11 and 18, 1897 

Keystone. September, 1897 

Laud of Sunshine. September, 1897 



Landwirthschaftliche Beilage. Sept. 10, 1897. 

Lawyers' Reports Annotated. July 1, 1897 

Legal Intelligencer. Sept. 10, 1897 

Leslie's Weekly. Sept, 9, 1897 

Life. Sept. 9, 1897 , 



Literary Review. August, 1897.... 

McCall's Magazine. October, 1897 

Machinery. September, 1897 

Mackey ABC Guide. Sept, 11, 1897.. 
Marine Engineering. September, 1H97. 
M edical News. Sept. 4 and 1 1 , 1 897 ... . 

Merck's Report. Sept. 1, 1897 

Metropolitan Fashions. October, 1897 . 



Military Gazette. Sept, 4, 1897. 



William Beverley Harison, 

New York. 
Boston Book Co., Boston. 
Reid, Murdoch & Co., 

Chicago. 
Ernst Hantke, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Home Music Company, 

Logansport, Ind. 
Chicago Horseman News- 
paper Company, Chicago. 
Lorillard Spencer, New York. 
Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Ross Taylor, New York. 

Electrical Review Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

Inland Printer Co., Chicago. 
Jewelers' Circular Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Trades Weekly C nrpany, 

New York. 
"The Publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 
Medicine Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Richard E. Dodge, 

Lancaster, Pa. 
American Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Military Service Institution, 
New York. 
Judge Pub. Co., New York. 
B. Thorpe, Philadelphia. 
Land of Sunshine Publishing 
Co., Los Angeles, Cal. 
Westliche Post Association, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia, 
Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
Review Company, Boston. 
Mc.Call Company, New York 
Industrial Press, New York. 
A BC Guide Co., New York. 
Marine Pub. Co., New York. 
Lea Bros. & Co., New York. 
Merck & Co., New York. 
Butterick Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Military Pub. Co., Chicago. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Millinery Trade Review. September, 1897. 



Minneapolis Daily Report. Sept 2, 3, 4, and 7, 1897.. 
Monthly Blotter. September, 1897 



Morse & Rogers Money Saver. Sejjtember, 1897., 
Municipal Record and Advertiser. Sept. 4, 1897. 



Musical Age. Sept. 9, 1897. 



Musical Visitor. September, 1897 

National Engineer. September, 1897 

National Police Gazette. Sept. 18, 1897.. 
National Reserve. September, 1897 



New England Circuit Guide. Vol. 2, No. 18. 
New England Homestead. Sept. 11, 1897 



New England Master-Builder. Sept. 4, 1897. 
New York Clipper. Sept. 11, 1897 



New York Herald. Sept. 4-10, 1897. 



New York Journal. Sept. 4-10, 1897. 
New York Ledger. Sept. 11, 1897 



NTew York Medical Journal. Sept. 4, 1897 

New York News-Letter. September-October, 189' 



New York Supplement and State Reporter. Sept. 2, 

1897. 
New York Times. Sept. 4-10, 1897 



New York Times Weekly. Sept, 11, 1897 . ... 

New York Weekly. Sept. 25, 1897 .. 

New Yorker Abendblatt. Sept. 4, 6-10. 1«97 



New Yorker Souutagsblatt. Sept. 5, 1897 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. Sept. 4-10, 1897. 

New Yorker Wochenblatt. Sept. 4, 1897 

New World. September, 1897 



Northeastern Reporter. Sept. 3, 1897., 



Northwestern Monthly. September, 1897. 
Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 72, No. 5 



Nylic Exchange. September, 1897., 



Ohio Nisi Prius and General Term Reports. Sept. 6, 
1897. 

Osprey. September, 1 897 

Our Productions. Sept. 4, 1897 



Proprietors. 



Outlook. Sept. 11, 1897 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 10 . 



Parker's Supplementary Reader. July, August, Sep- 
tember, 1897. 



Gallison & Hobron Company, 
New York. 
Chas. Rees, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Muirson & Wright, 

San Jose, Cal. 
Morse & Rogers, New York. 
Columbia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 
John Church Co., Cincinnati. 
James T. Edwards, Chicago. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
National Reserve Publishing 
Co., Kansas City, Mo. 

F. K. Laupher, Boston 

Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass 

H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

Frank Queen Publishing 

Company, New York. 

James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New Yoik. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
New York Life Insurance 
Company, New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
New York Times Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 

Boston. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

J. H. Miller, Lincoln, Nebr. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

New York Life Insurance 

Company, New York. 

Carl G. Jahn, 

Columbus. Ohio. 
Osprey Co., Galesburg, 111. 
American Publishing and 
EugineeringCo.,New York. 
Outlook Co., New York. 

West Publishing Company, 
St, Paul, Minn. 
C. M. Parker, 

Taylorville, 111. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Tjtj.es. 



Pennsylvania County Court Reports. Sept. 11, 1897... 

Peterson Magazine. September, 1897 

Philadelphia Inquirer. Sept. 4-10, 1897 



Phonographic Magazine. Sept. 1, 1897. 



Proprietors. 



Pianist and Organist. September, 1897.. 
Pittsburg Daily News. Sept. 4-10, 1897. 



Pittsburg Times. Sept. 4-10, 1897 

Popular Education. September, 1897. 

Primary Education. September, 1897. 
Primary School. September, 1897 



T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 
Philadelphia. 
Peterson Co., New York. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Phonographic, Institute Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Pianist Pub. Co., New York. 
Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Educational Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Do. 



New York. 

Proceedings of the Engineei's' Club of Philadelphia. ! Engineers' Club of Philadel- 
July-September, 1897. phia, Philadelphia. 

Puck. Sept. 15, 1897 < Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 

Quarterly Sentinel. August, 1897 \V. C. Calhoun, Denver, Colo. 

Railway Hand Book Pub- 
lishing Co., San Francisco. 



Railway Hand Book. Sept. 1, 1897. 

Reports of Cases in the Circuit Court of Ohio 

Rider and Driver. Sept. 11, 1897 

Rogers' Magazine. Advance Sheets. Vol. 1, No. 1. 
Rough Notes. Sept. 9, 1897 



Rudder. September, 1897 

Russell's Convention Dates. Sept. 4, 1897 

Scholar's Magazine. October, 1897 

School and Home. Sept. 7, 1897 

School Journal. Sept. 4, 1897.... 



Scientific American. Sept. 11, 1897 

Shipping and Commercial List. Sept. 11, 1897. 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 13 



Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 41, No. 10 

Standard. Sept. 18, 1897 

States Duty. September, 1897 

Success with Flowers. September, 1897.. 



Sun. Sept. 4-10, 1897 

Sunday School Times. Sept. 11,189* 



Superintendent and Foreman. Sept. 7, 189* 
Tailors' Review. October, 1897 



Texas Illustrated Monthly Magazine. August, 1897. 



Tobacco. Sept. 3, 1897 

Town Talk. Sept. 11, 1897. 



Carl C. Jahn, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Rider and Driver Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Jason Rogers. New York. 
Rough Notes Publishing Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Rudder Pub. Co., New York. 
Hamlin Russell, 

Newark, N. J. 
Sunday School Times, 

Philadelphia. 
Wm, L. Thomas, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Munn & Co., New York. 

Shipping and Commercial 
List Company, New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Standard Press, New York. 
W. H. Moore, St. Louis, Mo. 
Dingee & Conard Company, 

"West Grove, Pa. 
Sun Printing and Publishing 
Association, New York. 
John D. Wattles & Co. , 

Philadelphia. 
Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 
Butterick Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Texas Magazine Company, 

Dallas, Tex. 
T. H. Delano, New York. 
Burke &Beyer, Newark, N.J. 



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PEEIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Town Topics. Sept. 9, 1897. 



Travelers' and Shippers' Directory. September, 1>97 

Truth. Sept. 18,1897 

United States Courts of Appeals Reports. Sept. 1, 1897... 
University Medical Magazine. September, 1897 

Up-To-Date. Sept. 11, 1897 



Vogue. Sept. 9, 1897 

Western Electrician. Sept. 4, 1897.. 



Will Carleton's Magazine, Everywhere. September, 

1897. 
Will C. Rood's Fashion and Cutting Journal. October, 

1897. 
Wool Market Review. Sept. 4, 1897 



Wool Record. Sept. 7, 1897 

World's Sunday Magazine. Sept. 5, 1897. 
Yachting. June-July, 1897 



Young People's Weekly. Sept. 19, 1897. 
Youth's Companion. Sept. 9, 1897 



Town Topics Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Denborn Company, Chicago. 

Truth Company, New York. 

Banks & Bros.. New York. 

University of Pennsylvania 
Press, Philadelphia. 

Up-To-Date Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Fashion Co., New York. 

Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Will Carleton, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Will C. Rood, Chicago. 

F. Nathaniel Perkins, 

Boston. 
Wool Record Publishing 

Company. New York. 

Press Pub. Co., New York. 

Burgee & Pennant Company, 

New York! 

David C. Cook Publishing 

Company, Elgin, 111. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles, followed by an index of proprietors. ) 



Advancement Studies for Pianoforte. Op 

Lynes. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
All Coons Look Alike to Me. Schottische. Arranged 

by F. W. Meacham. Composed by Ernest Hogan. 

M. Witmark & Sons, New York. 
Also Sprach Zarathustra. Tondichtung. First and 

second klavier. By Rich. Strauss. Op. 30. Miin- 

chen : Jos. Aibl. 
"American Standard" March. (Orchestra.) R. W. 

Hall, Gillespie, Pa. [n. L] 
Arcadian (The). Round dance invented by R. M. 

Compton. Music by Oscar Morley. London : W. 

Ascherberg & Co. 
Berceuse. Piano. Frederick Emerson Farrar. Oliver 

Ditson Company, Boston. 
Billy Pike of Klondike. By W. R. Raniss. Vocal. 

G. W. R. Wallace & Co., La Grange, HI. 
Birth (The) of Jesus. (Sacred Cantata.) By Arthur 

Berridge. London : J. Curwen & Sons. 
Bo-Peep. (Tales of Mother Coose.) [Vocal.] By Fred 

Eustis. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. 
Cachucha (The). (Chorus and dance. ) (Act 2.) "Gon- 
doliers." yEolian Grand. 30351. Sullivan. 
Choir (The) Boy. By Paul B. Armstrong. [Vocal.] 

Frank K. Root & Co., Chicago. 
County (The) Fair. Two-step. Piano. Cortes Moneo, 

Providence, R. I. The Alpha Company. 



26. Frank I Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 



Jos. Aibl, 



Munchen. 



R. W. Hall Music Company, 
Gillespie, Pa. 
E. Ascherberg & Co., 

London. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
G. W. R. Wallace, 

La Grange. 
J. Curwen & Sons, London. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
iEolian Company, New York. 

Frank K. Root & Co., 

Chicago. 
James B. Allen. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Dans nn Songe. (Suite de Yalses.) Piano. By Emile 

Waldteufel. Op. 265. An Menestrel, Paris. 
Dause des Pretresses. Piano. Edmond Missa. Au 

Menestrel, Paris. 
Danse Muscovite. [Piano. | Par E. Boggetti. Leipzig, 

Bosworth & Co., The B. F. Wood Music Co., Boston. 
Dause Komantique. [Piano.] By J. C. Macy. Oliver 

Ditsou Company, Boston. 
Darda March Two-step. By Deteru Williams. For 

first and second mandolins and guitar. Cleveland, 

Ohio: J. H. Darda. 
Das holzerne. Schwert. Musikcomodie in 2 Bildern 

von Heinrich Zoellner. Op. 76. Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig and New York. 
Defend Me Still. Song. Alto or baritone in B flat. 

Words by Shakespeare. Music by Jules Jordan 

Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 
Die Kache. (Avenged. (L. Uhland.) Alexander von 

Fielitz. Op. 59. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 
Dolly's Lullaby. Words by Frederick R. Horsky. 

Music by W. A. Norman. Vorhauer Bros. & Co , 

Chicago. 
Egyptian War Song. 'Sebek Hetep.) Song. Words 

by Stephen F. Whitman. Henry K. Hadley. Op. 

9, No. 1. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
En Rapport. Two-step March. (Piano.) Benj. 

O'Donnell. Philadelphia, Pa. : Chas. D. Tuttle. 
En Revent Sur la Mer. Barcarolle for 2 mandolins, 

mandole, piano, and guitar. Words by A. Mile. 

Marie Kaiser. Music by Ch. Graziani- Walter. Op. 

240. Leipzig : Aug. Cranz. The B. F. Wood Music- 
Company, Boston. 
Entrance and March of Peers. "Iolanthe." Sullivan, 

30344. .Eolian Grand. 
Fantasiestvick. Fur Violine mit Begleitung des Piano- 

torte von Bernhard Dessau. Op. 19. Schweers & 

Haake in Bremen. 
Father, We Cry to Thee. Med. voice in F. By Jules 

Jordan. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 
Fedora. Russian Mazurka. (Piano.) Theo. Bon- 

heur. London : H. J. Reeks. 
Festal Chimes for Anniversary Day. By Geo. C. 

Hugg. Geo. C. Hugg, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Finale. (Act 1.) "Iolanthe." ^Eolian Grand. Sulli- 
van, 30345. 
Finale. (Act 1.) 

livan. 30352. 
Finale. (Act 2.) 

livan. 30353. 
Firelight Schottische. (Piano. 

Legg Brothers, Kansas City, Mo. 
Fort Snelling March. (Piano.) 

Conover Music Company, St. Paul, 
"Friend or Foe" Galop. (Piano.) 

Conover Music Company, St. Paul 



'Pinafore. " iEolian Grand Sul- 

Pinafore." iEolian Grand. Sul- 

Chas. M. McNulty. 

Frank Schmuhl. 
Minn. 

Frank Schmuhl. 
Minn. 



Emile Waldteufel. 
Heugel et Cie, Paiis. 

Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 
Oliver Ditsou Co., Boston. 
J. H. Darda, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Oliver Ditson Co., Boston. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 
Vorhauer Bros., Chicago. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Chas. D. Tuttle, 

Philadelphia. 
Aug. Cranz, Leipzig. 



jEolian Company, 

New York. 
Schweers & Haake, Bremen. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
Charles Sheard & Co. , 

London. 
Geo. C. Hugg, Philadelphia. 

..Eoliau Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Chas. M. McNulty. 

Conover Music Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 



Friendship March. (Piano.) By J. K. Sealey. Jersey j J. K. Sealey. 

City, N. J. : • Ewald Bros. 
Fun Among the Coons. For piano. Robert E. Egan 

Warner Music Company, Marlboro, Mass. 

3 T E 



L H. Warner, 

Marlboro, Mass. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Fiinf Lieder, No. 1. Ei! Bezinne cle Mei! Vocal. 

Fur eine singstimme mit Begleitung des pianoforte. 

By Karel Mestclagh. Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig. 
Fuuiculi-Funicula. (Danza.) Arranged for first and 

second mandolins, third mandolin or violin, first and 

second guitar, flute, and cello. By Dillebar & Spatz. 

Eastman Edition Mandolin Orchestra. 
Garden (The) Blest- 
No. 1 in C. Song. Words by Clifton Bingham. 
Music by Frederic H. Cowen. London : Robert 
Cocks & Co. New York: Edward Schuberth & Co. 
No. 2 in D. Song. Words by Clifton Bingham. 
Music by Frederic H. Cowen. London: Robert 
Cocks & Co. New York : Edward Schuberth & Co. 
No. 3 in E flat. Song. Words by Clifton Bingham. 
Music by Frederic H. Cowen. London : Robert 
Cocks & Co. New York : Edward Schuberth & Co. 
Garden (The) of Love. [Vocal in key of G.] By Joseph 

Adams. London : Phillips & Page. Boston : G. 

Schirmer, Jr. 
Gazelle (La). (Danse Characteristic.) By Theo. Ben- 

dix. [Orchestra.] 
Golden Curls. Song. By John Woodman. Wallaston, 

Mass.: John Woodman. 
Ha, Ha, Ha, Her Name was Mary Wood, but Mary 

Wouldn't. Song. Words by Andrew Sterling. Music 

by Chas. Robinson. Louis Hass, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Her Heart's My Heart. (Waltz, song and chorus.) By 

L. W. Hardy. New York : Phelps Music Company. 
Histoire de Blondinette. Orchestra and piano. Ernest 

Gillet. Nice : Paul Decourcelle. 
Hither, Sleep. (Lullaby for contralto.) By Edward 

H. Phelps. New York : Phelps Music Company. 
I Long to Hear Her Voice Again. Song. Music by J. 

R. Henning. Words by Willie D. Price. Richmond 

Music Company, Richmond, Va. 
Impromptu-Valse. (Piano.) Emile Waldteufel. Au 

Menestrel, Paris. 
I'm Sorry for John. Song and refrain. Words and 

music by W. C. Davies. Gagel Brothers, New York. 
In meinem Garten die Nelken. (The Roses All in My 

Garden.) (Madehenlieder. ) By Alexander von Fielitz. 

Op. 60. Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig and New York. 
In the Forest, Moonbeam Brightened. Song. Poem by 

Heinrich Hein. Music by Henry K. Hadley. Op. 9, 

No. 5. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Iroquois (The) Two-step. Composed by Rena Hirsch. 

Baltimore : George Willig & Co. 
Jack. Waltz song. Composed by Raymond Lord. 

Torstrick and Arthur, New York. 
Jesus, Lover of My Soul. Sacred duet. For soprano 

and alto. Words by Rev. Charles Wesley. Music by 

Geo. N. Rockwell. The Lyric Music Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 
Klondike Gains. Words by H. Alden Spencer. Music 

by Russ E. Dickinson. Central Music Studio Company, 

New York. 
The Klondike (The) March. (Orchestra.) H. O. 

Walker, Congers, N. Y. 
Lastentur Cceli. (Christmas hymn.) Vocal quartette. 

By B. Hamma. Octavo Edition, No. 9750. Oliver 

Ditson Company, Boston. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig and New York. 

A. H. Eastman, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



Robert Cocks & Co., London. 

Do. 

Do. 
Phillips & Page, London. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
John Woodman. 

Louis Haas, Philadelphia. 



Edward H. Phelps, 

New York. 
Paul Decourcelle, Nice. 

Edward H. Phelps, 

New York. 
J. R. Henning, 

Richmond, Va. 

E. Waldteufel, Paris. 

Gagel Brothers, New York. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig and New York. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Geo. Willig & Co., 

Baltimore, Md. 
Torstrick & Arthur, 

New York. 
Geo. N. Rockwell. 



Central Music Studio Com- 
pany, . New York. 

H. O. Walker, Congers, N. Y 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Lancers Quadrille. (Gondoliers.) 20233. iEolian Grand. 

Moses. 
Languissante. Yalse. Par Ch. Graziani-Walter. Op. 

241. First and second mandolin, mandole, and guitar. 

Aug. Cranz, Leipzig ; The B. F. Wood Music Com- 
pany, Boston. 
Lawlands (The) O'Holland. Song. Old ballad. By H. 

Walford Davies. Op. 3, No. 6. London : Novello, 

Ewer & Co. 
Liedner (Die). Vocal. Walter Rabl. Op. 4. N. Sim- 
rock, Berlin. 
Lipsia. (Intermezzo.) Par Carl Mai emberg. [Piano.] 

Leipzig : Bosworth & Co. ; The B. F. Wood Music 

Company, Boston. 
Little Dot. (Dance Characteristic.) Henry Froeklieh. 

(Orchestra.) [n. i.] 
Long as the World Goes Round. Song. Cortes Monco. 

Providence, R. I.: The Alpha Company. 
Love's Caprice. Gavotte. (Piano.) E.S.Phelps. Oliver 

Ditson Company, Boston. 
Mammy's Pumpkin Colored Coons. (Vocal.) By Hill- 
man and Perrin. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. 
Ma South Ca'lina Rose. Song. Words by Charles L. 

Boije. Music by Sydney P. Harris. St. Louis, Mo.: 

Sydney P. Harris. 
Melodic Vocalises. Vocal Studies. E. F. Steffens. 

[n. i.] 
Melodie Orientale. [Piano.] By Ossip Gabrilowitsch. 

Op 1, No. 2. Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 
Minuet. [Piano.] By Ossip Gabrilowitsch. Op. 1, 

No. 5. Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 
Merry Bells Gavotte. For piano. Composed by Otto 

Hackh. Op. 340. New York: Hamilton S. Gordon. 
Message (A) on the Train. Descriptive Ballad. Words 

by Sidney S. Toler. Music by J. Elmer Grimm. 

Conover Music Company, St. Paul, Minn. 
"Minnieoneon." Overture. (Band.) R. W. Hall. 

R. W. Hall Music Company, Gillespie, Pa. 
Moment Musical. Pianoforte. Erik Meyer Helmund. 

Bosworth & Co. , Leipzig. 
My Beloved Queen. [ Vocal in key of G.] By Fabian 

Rose. London : Phillips & Page. 
My Girl Upon Mars. (Waltz song.) Words by Henry 

Denver. Music by Bertha C. Marshall. New York : 

Phelps Music Company. 
My Little Sweetheart, Grace. (Waltz song.) Words by 

Phil a Kilfoil. Music by Will Hauer. Vorhauer 

Bros. & Co., Chicago. 
My Star. Song. Words by Paul Lawrence Dunbar. 

Henry K. Hadley. Op. 9, No. 6. Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. 
Mystic Guard March. Banjo solo or duet. By Frank 

W. Grant. F. W. Grant Pub. Co., Dover, N. H. 
Nancy Green. Song. Arthur S. Josselyn. Providence, 

R. I. : The Alpha Company. 
National Action Songs. Part I . Verse and action by 

Edward Oxenford. Music by E. Ouseley Gilbert. 

London : J. Curwen & Sons. 
National Action Songs. Part 2. Verse and action by 

Edward Oxenford. Music by E. Ouseley Gilbert. 

London : J. Curwen & Sons. 



Proprietors. 



IEolian Company, New York. 
Aug. Cranz, Leipzig 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 



N. Simrock, 
Bosworth & Co., 



Berlin. 
Leipzig. 



Braud Publishing Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
James B. Allen. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 
M. Witmark & Sons, 

New fork. 
Sydney P. Harris, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

E. F. Steffens. 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 

Do. 

Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 
Conover Music Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

R. W. Hall Music Company, 

Gillespie, Pa. 

Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 

Phillips & Page, London. 

Edward H. Phelps, 

New York. 

Vorhauer Bros. & Co. , 

Chicago. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Frank W. Grant, 

Dover, N. H. 
James B. Allen. 

J. Curwen & Sons, London. 
Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Negro (A) Melody. By Mary S. Conrade. [n. i.] 

"Nellie," or Our Last Good-bye. [Vocal.] By J. D. 

Crandell. [n. i.] 
" New World " Symphony. First Movement. Adagio. 

JEolian Grand. 10348. By Dvorak. 
Night (The) That Patsey FJynn Led Sousa's Band. 

Song. Cortes Monco. Providence, R. I. : The Alpha 

Company. 
No Possible Doubt Whatever. SoDg. Act 1. "Gon- 
doliers." JEolian Grand. 30350. Sullivan. 
Not Yet. [Vocal.] By W. F. Glover. [Key of G.] 

Oliver Ditsou Company, Boston. 
L'Odalisqne. Piano solo. Erik Meyer Helmund. 

Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 
Ode to Cuba. [Vocal.] By J. W. Bischoff. Sanders 

& Stayman, Baltimore and Washington. 
Ode to the Sea. Soprano solo. Chorus* and orchestra. 

By Arthur Somerville. Loudon and New York : 

Novello, E\ver& Co. 

Offertoire in A flat. 10351. JEolian Grand. Read 

O Foolish Fay. Song. "Iolanthe." Act 2. Sullivan. 

JEolian Grand. 
On Review. March and two-step. (Orchestra. ) J. 

A. Silberberg. Arranged by Robert Pecker, [n. i.] 
Our Ball Team March and Two-step. (L'iauo. ) Com- 
posed by John Griffin. Holy Ghost College, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 
Out to Old Aunt Mary's. Song. Words by James 

Whitcomb Riley. Music by Robert Atkinson. 

Oliver Ditson Comp my, Boston. 
O Ye That Love the Lord. Anthem. By W. H. Rich- 
mond. London : Weeks & Co. ; Chicago, 111.: Clayton 

F. Summy. 
Pagoda March. (Two-step for the piano.) By G. F. 

Daniels. Arranged by "Winthrop." John Church 

Compauy, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Pepita. Spanish Waltz. (Orchestra.) By H. O. 

Walker, Congers, N. Y. [n. i. ] 
Perle (La) de L'Orieut. Morceau Brilliant. (Piano.) 

Leonard Gautier. London : H. J. Reeks. 
Petite Serenade. Op. 1, No. 1. (Piauo. ) By Ossip 

Gabrilowitsch. Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 
Pilgrims (The) of the Night. For quartette. Words 

by F. W. Faber. Music by Geo. N. Rockwell. The 

Lyric Music Company, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Plantation Sunrise. Banjo Solo. By J. Rowley. 

Boston : Oliver Ditson Compauy. 
Pluie d'Ete. (Petit Caprice.) (Piano ) By Edinond 

Missa. Paris : Heugel et Cie. 
Pride of the Ball Room — 

(Orchestra.) Altos in D. A collection of dance 

music. Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
(Orchestra.) Basso. A collection of dance music. 

Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
(Orchestra.) Clarinet in A. A collection of dance 

music. Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
(Orchestra.) Cornet in A. A collection of dance 

music. Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
(Orchestra.) Flute. A collection of dance music. 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 



Proprietors. 



Mary S. Conrade, 

Jamesville, Ohio. 
J. D. Crandell, Shelby, Ohio. 

JEolian Company, New York. 

James B. Allen. 

iEolian Company, New York. 

Oliver Ditson Company. 

Boston. 
Bosworth & Co. , Leipzig. 

Joseph Adams, 

Washington, D. C. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 

iEoliau Company, New York. 
Do. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
John Griffin. 



Oliver Ditsou Company, 

Boston. 



Weeks & Co., 



London. 



John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

H. O. Walker, Congers, N. Y. 

Chas. Sheard & Co., London. 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 

Geo. N. Rockwell. 



Oliver Ditsou Company, 

Boston. 
Heugel et Cie, Paris. 


Lyon & Healy, 


Cliicago. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 





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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pride of the Ball Eoom — 

(Orchestra.) Trombone. A collection of dance 

music. Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
(Orchestra.) Tuba in D. A collection of dance 

music. Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
(Orchestra.) Viola. A collection of dance music. 

Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
(Orchestra.) First violin. A collection of dance 

music. Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
(Orchestra.) Second violin. A collection of dance 

music. Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 
(Piano.) A collection of dance music. Lyon & 
Healy, Chicago. 
Psalm (Der 126th). Fur alto-solo. By Heinrich Rei- 
maun. Op. 26. Mit Begleitung der Orgel oder des 
Claviers. N. Simrock, Berlin. 
Quartette. Op. 63. For 2 violins, viola, and violon- 
cello. Carl C. Nuller. Breitkopf & Hlirtel, Leipzig. 
Queen of the Sound. (March.) Orchestra. Stanis 

Hoppe. [n. i.] 
Recit and Ballad, He Loves. iEolian Grand. "Iolauthe." 

Act 2. Sullivan. 30348. 
Revival Sonnets. By George C. Hugg. Vol. 5, No. 3. 

Geo. C. Hugg, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ping, Merry Bells ! (Christmas carol.) By Wm. Arms 
Fischer. Oliver Ditson Company's Octavo Edition. 
No. 9925. 
Pip Van "Winkle. (Romantic opera in three acts. ) Com- 
posed by Franco Leoni. [Vocal score.] G. Ricordi 
& Co., London. 
Romance. (Piano.) By Ossip Gabiilowitsch. Op. 1, 

No. 4. Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 
Ruddygore. (Finale, Act 1.) JEoleau Grand. Sulli- 
van. 30349. 
Savoyarde (Le). No. 1. Salonstiick. (Piano.) S. 
Tianslateur. Op. 77. Leipzig: Bosworth & Co. 
The B. F. Wood Music Company, Boston. 
Saylor Springs. Galop. [Vocal.] Arnulf Cintura. Cres- 

eut Music Publishing Company, Evansville, Ind. 
Scene Bacchanale — 

Cello and basso. Composed by Ernest Ford, Lon- 
don and New York: Novello, Ewer & Co. 1, 
Brindisi. 
Viola. Composed by Ernest Ford. London and 

New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. 1, Brindisi. 
Violino priino. Composed by Erne-it Ford. London 
anil New York: Novello, Ewer & Co. 1, Brindisi. 
Violin secoudo. Composed by Ernest Ford Lon- 
don and New York: Novello, Ewer & Co. 1, 
Brindisi. 
Scene Komantique. Piano solo. Erik Meyer Helmund. 

Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 
Scheuley (The). For piano. By I']. L. Ewing. 

Braun's Dancing Academy, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Schon Rothtraut. Walzer. Von Robert Vollstedt. Op. 
104. Fur piano. Leipzig : Aug. Cranz. The B. F. 
Wood Music Company, Boston. 
Sechs Vortragstiicke — 

Andantiuo. For flute. Rudolf Tillmetz. Leipzig: 

Fr. Kiatner. 
Gigue. For flute. Rudolf Tillmetz. Leipzig: Fr. 
Kistner. 



Proprietors. 


Lyon & Healy, 


Chicago. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




N. Simrock, 


Berlin. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

S. Hoppe. 

iEolian Company, 

New York. 
George C. Hugg, 

Philadelphia. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 



G. Ricordi & Co. 



London. 



Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 

Berlin. 
iEolian Company, New York. 



Bosworth & Co. , 
Arnulf Cintura. 



Leipzig. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 
H. L. Braun, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Aug Cranz, Leipzig. 



Fr. Kistner, 
Do. 



Leipzig. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Rudolf Tillmetz. 



Rudolf Tillmetz. 
Rudolf Tillmetz. 



Leipzig : Fr 
Leipzig 
Leipzig 
Leipzig 



Sechs Vortragstiicke — 
Largo. For flute. 

Kistner. 
Minuett. For flute. 

Fr. Kistner. 
Sarabande. For flute. 

Fr. Kistner. 
Siciliano. For flute. Rudolph Tillmetz 
Fr. Kistner. 

Seek Ye the Lord. Tenor solo and chorus. By Dr. J. V 
Roberts. John Church Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, 
No. 101. 
Seni-om-sed (The) March. Two-step. (Piano.) By J. E. 

Agnew. J. E. Agnew, Des Moines, Iowa. 
Serenade. Song. D'apres, Francois Coppee. Musique 

de Giacomo Orefice. Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 

Serenade Champetre. (Serenata Campestre. ) By Ch. 

Graziaui- Walter. Op. 238. Leipzig : Aug. Cranz. 

B. F. Wood Music Company, Boston. 

Servian Gipsy Dance. By E. Boggetti. ( Piano. ) Leipzig : 

Bosworth & Co. B. F. Wood Music Company, Boston. 

Shepherd's (The) Holiday. (A cantata.) By T. Mee 

Pattison. London : J. Curwen & Sons. 
Sifts and Sally. Jig. (Piano.) Cortes Monco. Provi- 
dence, R. L, The Alpha Co in pan v. 
Skipper (The) of the "Rose." [Vocal.] (No. 2 in 
D.) By Frederick Bevan. London: Keith, Prowse 
& Co. New York : Gottschalk & Alpuente. 
Sommernacht. Song. For Mannekor, Baritone solo, 
and horn solo with piano. Ernst Heuser. Op. 28. 
Leipzig : Rob. Forberg. 
Song (A) of Innocence. By H. Walford Davies. Op. 

. 3, No. 5. [Vocal. ] London : Novello, Ewer & Co. 
Song (A) of the Norseman. (Baritone in B.) By Jules 

Jordan. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 
Street (The) Urchins Fate. Descriptive Ballad. Words 
and music by Thos. H. Chilvers. New York : Myll 
Brothers. 



Peopeietoes. 



Studien. For harmonium. 50 Ubungs und Cortrags- 

stiicke. A. Reinhard. Op. 74, heft 1. Heinrieh- 

shofen's Verlag, Magdeburg. 
Studien. For harmonium 50 Ubungs und Vortrags- 

stiicke. August Reinhard. Op. 74, No. 2. Hein- 

richshofen Verlag, Magdeburg. 
Studien werke (Ein). (Piano.) Capricen, Etuden und 

Klavierstiicke. Revidirt, nach schweirigkeiten geord- 

net und heransgigeben von Eugen d' Albert. No. 1954. 

Rozsavolgyi & Co., Budapest and Leipzig. 
Sweet (A) Farewell Waltz. Banjo solo or duet. By 

Frank W. Grant. F. W. Grant Publishing Company, 

Dover, N. H. 
Sweet Genevieve. Song and chorus. By Henry Tucker. 

Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York. 
Swing-Song. (Piano.) By Edgar Banker. London : 

Phillips & Page. Boston : G. Schirmer, Jr. 
Symphony, "New World." iEolian Grand. Third 

movement, Scherzo. Dvorak. 10349. 
Teach Our Baby That I'm Dead. [Vocal.] By Still R. 

Harcourt. Frank K. Root & Co., Chicago. 
Tennessee Centennial. Prize march. Bernhardt. 20234. 

iEolian Grand. 



Fr. Kistner, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

J. E. Agnew, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 



Aug. Cranz, 



Leipzig. 



Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 
J. Curwen & Sons, Loudon. 
James B. Allen. 
Keith, Prowse & Co. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Do. 

Myll Brothers, New York. 



Heinrichshofen Verlag, 

Magdeburg. 

Do. 



Rozsavolgyi & Co., Leipzig. 



Frank W. Grant, 

Dover, N. H. 

Heirs of Henry Tucker. 

Phillips & Page, London. 

^Eolian Company, New York. 

Frank K. Root & Co., 

Chicago. 
^Eolian Company, New York. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Thelma Waltzes. iEolian Grand. Hunter. 20-235 

The^e are They. Sacred aria. [Vocal.] John Church 
Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

'Tis Not Au Revoir, hut Alas, Good-Bye. Soug for 
tenor or soprano. Words by Hubert C. Stone. Music 
by Will Earhart. New York : Phelps Music Com- 
pany. 

'Tis Then You'll Know. Song. Words by Chas. Gra- 
ham. Music by O. M. Heinzman. Gagel Brothers, 
New York. 

To the Night. (Bass solo.) Song. P. A. Schnecker. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Tza-Ritza Waltz. (Piano.) Cortes Monco. Providence, 
E. I. : The Alpha Company. 

U. S. March and Two-step. (Piano.) Composed by 
Charles Lee. Philadelphia : C. E. Leuhs. 

Valse Folatre pour Violoncello (Ou Violon). Avec. de 
piano par Frank D'Alquen. Leipzig : Bosworth & 
Co. B. F. Wood Music Company, Boston. 

Valse Leute. Op. 1, No. 3. (Piano.) Ossip Gabrilo- 
witsch. Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 

Veiled (The) Prophet March. (Band.) Victor Her- 
bert. Arranged by Otto Langey. Edw. Schuberth 
& Co., New York. 

Verfallene (Die) Miihle. (J. N. Vogl.) Fiir Mannecker 
und Kleiues orchester oder pianoforte. Theodor Pod- 
bertsky. Op. 97. Leipzig : C. F. W. Seigel. 

Violin School. Vol. 1. Preparatory Grade. By Win. 
H. Wetz. Wm. H. Wetz, Chicago. 

Violin Schule. (Part first. ) Hubert Ries. Oliver Dit- 
son Company, Boston. Standard Edition. 

Voice (The) Divine. Song. Soprano or tenor in F. 
Words by Walter Burges Smith. Music by Jules 
Jordan. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. 

Vous ne m'aimez pas. Song. Giacomo Orefice. Bos- 
worth & Co., Leipzig. 

Walzer. Fiir violine, mit Begleitung des Pianoforte 
von Bernhard Dessau. Op. 19. Schweers & Haake 
in Bremen. 

Water (The) Nixie. Song. Poem by Heinrich Heine. 
Henry K. Hadley. Op. 9, No. 4. Arthur P. 
Schmidt, Boston. 

Wheel Drill for School Concerts. By S. Shenessey. 
London : J. Curwen & Sons. 

When Britain Really Puled the Waves. "Iolanthe." 
Act 2. Sullivan. 30346. ^Eolian Grand. 

When I Hold Sweet Bessie's Hand in Mine. Song. 
Words by B. T. Warner. Music by J. H. Warner. 
Warner Music Company, Marlboro, Mass. 

White Hyacinths. Song. Words by Clinton Scollard. 
Henry K. Hadley. Op. 9, No. 2. Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 

Winning (The) Side. March and two-step. (Piano.) 
Carrie H. Pratt. Arranged by J. Bodewalt Lampe. 
Lampe Music Company, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Wondrous May. Song. Poem by Heinrich Heine. 
Henry K. Hadley. Op. 9, No. 3. Arthur A. Schmidt. 

Ye Jacobites by Name. Song. H. Walford Davies. 
Op. 3, No. 2. Novello, Ewer & Co., London. 

"Yorkshire Buck." (Caprice.) (Orchestra.) Geo. L. 
Tracy, [n. i.] 



iEolian Company, New York. 
John Church Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Edward H. Phelps, 

New York. 



Gagel Brothers, New York. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
James B. Allen. 
C. E. Leubs, Philadelphia. 
Bosworth & Co. , Leipzig. 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 
Edward Schuberth & Co. 

C. F. W. Seigel, Leipzig. 

Wm. H. Wetz, Chicago. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 

Schweers & Haake, Bremen. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

J. Curwen & Sons, London. 
YEolian Company, 



New York. 



J. H. Warner. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Carrie H. Pratt. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 
Oliver Ditson Copmany, 

Boston. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



You and I. Song and dance schottische. (Orchestra.) 
R. W. Hall. 

You'll Find a Girl to Please You Here in Town. By 
Walter Ha vvley. [Vocal.] New York: Myll Brothers. 

Zweite (Indianische) Suite. Op. 48. Fiir grosses orches- 
ter. Edward MacDo well. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leip- 
zig. 



Peopkietoes. 



R. W. Hall Music Company, 

Gillespie, Pa. 

Myll Brothers, New York. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig and New York. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— AN INDEX BY NAMES OF PROPRIETORS. 



Adams (Joseph), Washington City: 

Ode to Cuba. 
jEolian Company, New York : 
The Cachucha. 30351. 
Entrance and March of Peers. 
Finale. Act 1 , " Iolanthe. 
Act 1, 
Act 2, 
Act 1, 



30344. 
30345. 
30352. 
30353. 
30349. 
Act 2, "Iolanthe." 30348. 
Quadrille. ' ' Gondoliers. ' ' 



" Pinafore.' 
" Pinafore.' 
" Ruddy gore. ' 



Finale. 
Finale. 
Finale. 
He Loves 
Lancers 
20223. 
New World Symphony — 

10348. First movement. 

10349. Third movement. 

No Possible Doubt Whatever. "Gon- 
doliers." 30350. 

Offertoire in A flat. 10351. 

O Foolish Fay. "Iolanthe." 30347. 

Tennessee Centennial. 20234. 

Thelma Waltzes. 20235. 

When Britain Really Ruled the Waves. 
30346. 
Agnew (J. E.), Des Moines, Iowa: 

The Seni-om-sed March. 
Aibl (Jos.), Miinchen: 

Also Sprach. Zaathustra. 
Allen (James B.) : 

The County Fair Two-step. 

Nancy Green. 

Sift Sand, Sally. 

Song as the World Goes Round. 

The Night that Patsy Flynn LedSousa's 
Band. 

Tza-Ritza Waltz. 
Ascherberg (E.) & Co., London: 

The Arcadian. 
Bosworth & Co. , Leipzig : 

Danse Muscovite. 

Le Savogarde. No. 1. 

Lipsia. 

Moment Musicale. 

L'Odalisque. 

Scene Romautique. 

Serenade. 

Servian Gipsy Dance. 

Vous ne m'aimez pas. 

Valse Folatie. 



Bote (Ed.) & Bock, (G.), Berlin : 

Melodie orientale. 

Menuet. 

Petite serenade. 

Romance. 

Valse leute. 
Brandell (J. D. ), Shelby, Ohio : 

Nellie, or Our Last Good-bye. 
Brand Publishing Co , Cincinnati, Ohio : 

Little Dot. 
Braun (H. L.), Pittsburg, Pa. : 

The Schenley. 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig: 

Das holzeine schweit. 

Die rache. 

Fiinf Lieder. 

In Meinem garten die nelken. 

Quartette. Op. 63. 

Zweite (Indianische) suite. 
Central Music Studio Company, New York : 

Klondike Gains. 
Church (John) Company, Cincinnati : 

Pagoda March. 

Seek Ye the Lord. 

These Are They. 
Cintura (Arnulf.), Evansville, Ind : 

Saylor Springs. 
Cocks (Robert) & Co., London : 

The Garden Blest. (No. 1, C: No. 2, 
D; No. 3, Eflat; No. 4, F.) 
Conover Music Company, St. Paul, Minn. : 

A Message On the Train. 

Fort Snelling. 

Friend or Foe. 
Conrade (Mary S.), Jamesville, Ohio : 

A Negro Melody. 
Cranz (Aug.), Leipzig: 

En revent sur le mer. Barcarolle. 

Languissante. 

Schon Rothtraut. 

Serenade Champetre. 
Cur wen (J.), & Sons, London : 

National Action Songs. Part 1. 

National Action Songs. Part 2. 

The Birth of Jesus. 

The Shepherd's Holiday. 

Wheel Drill. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Darda (J. H.), Cleveland, Ohio: 

Darda March. 
Decourelle (Paul), Nice : 

Histoire de Blondinette. 
Ditson (Oliver) & Co., Boston: 

A Song of the Norseman. 

Berceuse. 

Danse Roniantique. 

Defend Me Still. 

Father, We Cry to Thee. 

Lselentur Cceli. 

Love's Caprice Gavotte. 

Not Yet. 

Out to Old Aunt Mary's. 

Plantation Sunrise. 

Ring, Merry Bells. 

The Voice Divine. 

Violin Schule. 

Yorkshire Buck. 
Eastman (A. H.), Cleveland, Ohio: 

Funiculi-Funicula. 
Forherg (Rob.), Leipzig: 

Sommernacht. 
Gagel Brothers, New York : 

I'm Sorry for John. 

'Tis Then You'll Know. 
Gordon (Hamilton S.), New York : 

Merry Bells Gavotte. 
Grant (Frank TV.), Dover, N. H. : 

A Sweet Farewell. 

Mystic Guard March. 
Griffin (John) : 

Our Ball Team March. 
Haas (Louis) , Philadelphia : 

Ha, Ha, Ha, Her Name Was Mary Wood, 
But Mary Wouldn't. 
Hall (R. W.) Music Co., Gillespie, Pa: 

American Standard March. 

" Minnieoneon " Overture. 

You and I. 
Harris (Sydney P.), St. Louis, Mo. : 

Ma South Ca'lina Rose. 
Heinrichshofen Verlag, Magdeburg : 

Studien. Op. 74, heft 1. 

Studien. Op. 74, heft 2. 
Henning (J. R.), Richmond, Va. : 

I Long to Hear Her Voice Again. 
Heugel & Cie, Paris : 

Danse des Pretresses. 

Pluie d'Ete\ 
Hoppe (S.) : 

Queen of the Sound March. 
Hugg (Geo. C), Philadelphia: 

Festal Chimes for Anniversary Day. 

Revival Sonnets. 
Keith, Prowse & Co., London : 

The Skipper of the ' ' Rose. ' ' 
Kistner (Fr.), Leipzig: 

Sechs Vortragstiicke — 
Andantino. 
Gigue. 
Largo. 
Minuett. 
Saraband. 
Siciliano. 

4 T E 



Leubs (C. E.), Philadelphia: 

United States March. Orchestra. 
United States March. Piano. 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago : 

Pride of the Ball Room — 
Alto, in D. 
Basso. 

Clarinett, in A. 
Cornet, in A. 
Flute. 
Piano. 
Tuba, in D. 
Trombone. 
Viola. 

First violin. 
Second violin. 
McNulty (Chas. M.), Kansas City, Mo.: 

Firelight Schottische. 
Myll Brothers, New York : 

You'll Find a Girl to Please You Here 

in Town. 
The Street Urchins' Fate. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., London: 
A Song of Innocence. 
Ode to the Sea. 
Scene Bacchanale — 
Cello and basso. 
Violino primo. 
Violino secondo. 
Viola. 
The Lawlands O'Holland. 
Ye Jacobites by Name. 
Phelps (Edward H.), New York : 
Her Heart's My Heart. 
Hither, Sleep. 
My Girl Upon Mars. 
'Tis Not Au Revoir, but alas, Good-bye. 
Phillips & Page, London : 

My Beloved Queen. (Key of G.) 
Swing Song, 

The Garden of Love. (G. ) 
Pratt (Carrie H.) : 

The Winning Side March. 
Ricordi (G. ) & Co. , London : 

Rip Van Winkle. (Vocal score.) 
Rockwell (Geo. N.) : 

Jesus, Lover of My Soul. (Soprano and 

alto. ) 
The Pilgrims of the Night. 
Root (Frank K.) & Co., Chicago : 
Teach Our Baby that I'm Dead. 
The Choir Boy. 
Rozsavolgyi & Co. , Leipzig : 

Ein Studienwerke. 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston : 

Advancement Studies for Pianoforte. 
Egyptian War Song. 
In the Forest, Moonbeam Brightened. 
My Star. 

The Water Nixie. 
To the Night. , 
White Hyacinths. 
Wondrous May. 
Schmitt & Squyer, Minneapolis, Minn.: 
Flour Kins. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Schweers & Haaka, Bremen : 

Fantasiestiick. 

Walzer. 
Sealey (J. K.), Jersey City, N. J. : 

Friendship March. 
Seigel (C. F. W ), Leipzig: 

Die verfallene miihle. 
Sheard (Chas.) & Co., London: 

Fedora. Russian Mazurka. 

La perle de l'orient. 
Simrock (N.), Berlin: 

Der 126th Psalm. 

Die liedner. 
Steffens (E. F.) : 

Melodia vocalises. 
Torstrick & Arthur, New York : 

Jack. 
Tucker (Henry), Heirs of: 

Sweet Genevieve. 
Tnttle (Chas. D.), Philadelphia: 

En Rapport March. 
Vorhauer Bros. & Co., Chicago : 

Dolly's Lullaby. 

My Little Sweetheart Grace. 
Waldteufel (Emile), Paris. 

Dans un songe. 

Impromptu. 



Walker (H. O.), Congers, N. Y. : 
Pepita. 
The Klondike March. 

Wallace (G. W. R.), Lagrange, 111. : 
Billy Pike of Klondike. 

Warner (J. H.), Marlboro, Mass. : 
Fun Among the Coons. 
When I Hold Sweet Bessie's Hand in 
Mine. 

Weeks & Co. , London : 

O Ye That Love the Lord. 

Wetz (Wm. H.), Chicago: 
Violin School. Vol. 1. 

Willig (Geo.) & Co., Baltimore: 
The Iroquois Two-step. 

Witmark (M.) & Sons, New York : 

All Coons Look Alike to Me. Schot- 

tische. 
Bo-Peep. 
Golden Curls. 
La Gazelle. 
Mammy's Little Pumpkin-Colored 

Coons. 
On Review March. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Among the Moonshiners. Bv B. G. McFall. (Received '■ Ames Publishiug Company, 

Sept. 11, 1897.) Clyde, Ohio. 

The Broken Bowsprit. By James Richard C'ondrin. James Richard C'ondrin. 

(Received Sept, 7, 1897.) 
The Heart of the Klondike. By Scott Marble. (Re- ' Davis & Keogh. 

ceived Sept. 10, 1897.) 

Shautytown. (Received Sept. 8, 1897) Robt. Fubgora and Thos. J. 

Uawn. 
Rip Van Winkle. By William Akermau. (Received ! G. Ricordi & Co., London. 

Sept. 7, 1897.) 



MAPS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Map of Klondike Gold Region, Showing Routes, Dis- H. C. Brown, New York, 
tances, Etc., by Rail and Water. (Received Sept. 10, 
1897.) 

New Phrenological Map. (Received Sept. 10, 1897) John M. Reese, 

Scranton, Kans. 
Milford, Del. July, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, 1897)....! Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 
Susquehanna, Pa. July, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, Do. 
1897.) 



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MAPS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



East Hartford, Conn. August, 1897. (Received Sept. 

10,1897.) 
Camden, Del. August, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, 1897)... 

Elkton, Md. July, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, 1897) 

Morrisville, Vt. August, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, i 

1897.) 
Svcamore, Ohio. August, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, 1897).. 
Halstead, Pa. July, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, 1897)... 
Windsor Locks, Conn. August, 1897. (Received Sept. 

10, 1897.) 
Henderson. Tenn. August, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, 

1897.) 
Barton, Vt. August, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, 1897)..., 
Cynthiana, Ky. July, 1897. (Received Sept. 10, 1897)... 
Maiden, Mass. July, 1897. (Received Sept. 11, 1897)... 
Map of Habersham County, Georgia, (Received Sept. 

9, 1897.) 
Taylor's Cycle Route Map of Chicago and Vicinity. 

(Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 



Sanborn-Perris M ap Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Smith & Wilcox, 

Mount Airy, Ga. 
C. James Taylor & Co., 

Chicaso. 



ENGRAVINGS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Waiting for the Stage. 5| by 4J. (Received Sept. 8, I Jean Boussod, Mauzi, Jovant 

1897.) &Co., Paris, France. 

St. Cecilia, (Received Sept. 10, 1897) James M. Hart, Boston. 

Love's Lament. (Received Sept. 10, 1897) Do. 



PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Principals of New York City Schools. No. 3. (Received 

Sept. 7, 1897.) 
Pioneers of 1847. Large and small size. (Received 

Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Julia Arthur. Nos. 1-5. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 

Marie Barna. Nos. 1-6. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 

Marie Jansen. No. 130. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 

Estelle Clayton Group. No. 2. ( Received Sept, 11,1 897) 
Amelia Bingham. Nos. 2, 3. (Received Sept. 11, 1897). 
Christmas Gifts. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 

Cathedral of the Incarnation. Nos. land 2. (Received 

Sept. 7, 1897.) 
The Love Letter. (Received Sept. 7, 1897) 

500. Atlantic City, Panorama of Beach and Boardwalk 
from the Pier. ' (Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 

501. Atlantic City, Panorama of Beach and Boardwalk 
from the Pier. (Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 

7751. Atlantic City, Boardwalk from Ohio Avenue. 

(Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 
7756. Atlantic City, Beach and Pier. (Received Sept. 

8, 1897.) 



D. H. Anderson, New York. 

Geo. Ed. Anderson, 

Springville, Utah. 
Airne Dupont, New York. 

Do. 
B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 
Do. 
Grandunion Tea Company, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
George P. Hall & Son, 

New York. 

E. Nicoloi, 

New Bedford, Mass. 
William H. Rau, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



7757. Atlantic City, Height of the Season. (Received 
Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Beach. ( Received Sept. 8, 1 897 ) ... . 
Bathers from the Pier. (Received 



7758. Atlantic City, 

7759. Atlantic City, 
Sept. 8, 1897.) 

7760. Atlantic City, Beach South from the Pier. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 8, 1897.) 

7761. Atlantic City, Crowded Beach from the Pier. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 8, 1897.) 

7762. Atlantic City, Beach and Boardwalk East from 
Pier. (Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 

7763. Atlantic City, Beach-Side Boardwalk from Pier. 
(Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 

7792. Atlantic City, Boardwalk South from Pier. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 8, 1897.) 

7796. Atlantic City, Boardwalk East from Applegate's 
Pier. (Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 

Flora. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) - < S. L 

Priscilla. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 

Evangeline. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 

Waiting. (Received Sept.- 9, 1897) ; 

Meditation. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) ' 



William H. Rau, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Stern, 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Milwaukee, Wis. 



LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



May We Never Meet Him. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) . 



You Don't Tell. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 

A Century Maid. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 

Ah There! Girls. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 

A Prodigal's Return. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 

What de Doctor Said. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 

Sweet-Briar Walk, Fairmount Park. ( Received Sept. 

11, 1897.) 

On the Schuylkill River. (Received Sept. 11. 1897) 

Fine Points of Cricket. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 

The River Drive. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 

On the Beach. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 

Men's Fashions. Octoher, 1897. (Received Sept. 11, 

1897.) 
Woman's Bicycling Costume. October, 1897. (Received 

Sept. 11, 1897.) 
Marriage License and Marriage Certificate. (Received 

Sept. 11, 1897.) 
The Widow. (Received Sept. 11, 1897) 



The Society Girl. (Received Sept. 11, 1897). 



Anti-Kamnia Chemical Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Julius Bien & Co., 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Butterick 



pany, 
Do. 



Publishing Corn- 
New York. 



John Gibson, 



New York. 



H. C. Miner Litho. Co., 

New York. 
W. J. Morgan & Co., 

Cleveland, Ohio. 



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(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Twenty-Fourth President of the United States, "William 

McKinley. (Received Sept. 8, 1897.) 
Judge's Puzzle Pictures. ''Battle of the Civil War." 

(Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 
Overcoming a Base-Ball Difficulty. (Received Sept. 11, 

1897.) 
The ' 'Advance- Agent of Prosperity. ' ' (Received Sept. 

11, 1897.) 



Wellington W. Gardner, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Judge Publishing Company, 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 



DESIGNS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



The Fortunio. (Received Sept. 8, 1897) 


Wm. P Ahnelt 


The Fidelio. ( Received Sept. 8, 1897) 


Do. 


The Faust. (Received Sept. 8, 1897) 


Do. 


The Florette. (Received Sept. 8, 1897) 


Do. 


Conic Sections. (Received Sept. 9, 1897) 


Colliery Engineer Company, 
Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 


Intersections and Developments. (Received Sept. 9 


1897).. 



CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Bicycle and Driving Chart of Fairniount Park, Philadel- 
phia. 1897. (Received Sept. 9, 1897.) 

Wight's Comprehensive Chart of Parliamentary Practice. 
(Received Sept. 11, 1897.) 



A. H. Mueller, Philadelphia, 
A. E. Watkins, Boston. 



CATALOGUE 



TITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



AND 



OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTEKED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, FROM SEPTEMBER 13 TO SEPTEMBER 18, 1897, INCLU- 
SIVE, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES 
IN THE OFFICE. 



]STo. 324. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1897. 



Treasury Department, 

Office oj the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Propeietobs. 



By Annie Laurie 
, Woods. (Received 
(Received Sept. 



By Franklin 



Fibel und Erftes Lefebuch. Von Bernard U. Abrams. 

(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 
American Spelling Blanks Vertical Writing. (Received 

Sept. 16, 1897.) 
Van Hoff or the New Faust. By Alfred Sraythe. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 16, 1897.) 
Curious Homes and Their Tenants. By James Carter 

Beard. (Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 
The Exploits of Miles Standish. By Henry Johnson. 

(Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 
Speshal Aurdinans ov Dunshalt. Bv Sancho Quixote. 

(Received Sept 15, 1897.) 
All About the Women of Fashion. 

Woods. (Received Sept. 14, 1897 
New Woman of the North. By A. L. 

Sept. 14, 1897.) 
None Like Them. By Curtis Brown. 

14, 1897.) 
Good Form Now in Wedding Cards. By Annie Laurie 

Woods. (Received Sept. 14, 1897.) 

M. Quad and Kemble Page. By Chas. B. Lewis. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 14, 1897.) 

Jack, Max, and the Pretty Priscilla. 
Trusdell. (Received Sept. 14, 1897.) 

The Blue Camlet Cloak. By Clinton Scollard. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Dr. Jim's Dream. (Received 3ept. 15, 1897) 

Peppo. By Marvin Dana. (Received Sept. 15, 1897)... 

Jack Ollivant's Talisman. By Julian Hawthorne. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Judith of Keyes Grif. By Amelia Barr. (Received 
Sept. 15, 1897.) 

The Captain's Chest. By William H. Carpenter. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Struck by a Boomerang. By Frank R. Stockton. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897. ) 

Jack Hannaford. By S. Baring-Gould. (Received Sept. 

15, 1897.) 

A Thousand Miles of Men in Blue. By John Langdon 
Heaton. (Received Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Proposed Revival of "Burning of the White Dog." 
By Robert Earl. (Received Sept. 15, 1897.) 

An Interesting Relic of Napoleon's Lost Treasure. By 
Baeheller Syndicate. (Received Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Smallest and Worst of Microbes. By I. D. Marshall. 
(Received Sept. 15, 1897.) 

New Idea for Lazy Wheelmen. By H. D. Jones. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Latest in Color Photography. By I. D. Marshall. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 

(3) 



American Book Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

American Publishers Corpo- 
ration, New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



Wm. Arthur, 



New York. 



Baeheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



By Curtis Brown. (Received 
By H. D. Jones. (Re- 



Klondike Doctor Fees. 
Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Grown Men and Baby Yachts. 
ceivedSept. 15, 1897.) 

Lost Boy on a Desert Island. By Henrietta B. Freeman. 
(Received Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By Ellen Osborn. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Washington Record Book. (Received Sept. 16, 1897)..., 



The Political Code of California. (Received Sept. 14, 

1897.) 
United States Courts of Appeals Reports. Vol. 40. 

(Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 
Healing Thoughts. By C. Josephine Barton. (Received 

Sept. 16, 1897.) 
The Half-Dime Library. No. 1051. (Received Sept. 

18, 1897.) 
The Dime Library. No. 986. (Received Sept. 18, 1897).. 
Bell's Language Series. Book 4. Rhetoric. By G. H. 

Bell. (Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Master Skylark. By John Bennett. (Received Sept. 17, 

1897.) 
American Handicapping System. (Received Sept. 17, 

1897.) 
Our Favorite Novenas. By Rev. Dean A. A. Lings. 

(Received Sept. 14, 1897.) 
That Football Game. By Francis J. Finn, S. J. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 14, 1897.) 
Illustrated Explanation of the Commandments. By 

Rev. H. Rolfus. (Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 
Credit Rating Book. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) 



By Sir Walter Besant. (Received 
(Received 



A Fountain Sealed. 
Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Lying Prophets. By Sir Walter Besant. 
Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Apostolic Teachings. Lessons 40-52. (Received Sept. 
13, 1897. 

The Three Great Apostles. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

The Bible Study Manual. Lessons 40-43. (Recer ed 
Sept. 18, 1897.) 

The Up-To-Date German and French Self-Instructor. 
By Rev. A. M. Bloch. (Received Sept. 15, 1897.) 

The Klondyke Game: "Going to Klondyke." By 
May Bloom. Received Sept. 16, 1897. 

Across the Country of the Little King. By William 
Bement Lent. (Received Sept. 14, 1897.) 

Rollo of Normandy. By Sylvanus Cobb, Jr. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Redmond of the Seventh. By Mrs. Frank Lee. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Texas. By William H. Brooker. (Received Sept. 14, 
1897.) 

By Sam'l R. Brown. 



By Robert Buchanan. 



(Re- 
(Re- 



Israel's Sweetest Song. 

ceivedSept. 18, 1897.) 
A Marriage by Capture. 

ceived Sept, 18, 1897.) 
Commentaries on Law of Trusts and Trustees. By 

Charles Fisk Beach. Vols. 1 and 2. (Received Sept, 

13,1897.) 



Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 
i 

Do. 

Do. 

Wm. Ballantyne & Sons, 

Washington, D. C. 

Bancroft- Whitney Company, 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Banks & Bros., New York. 

C. Josephine Barton, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 
j G H. Bell, 

Battle Creek, Mich. 
John Bennett. 

Bentlev & Murray, 

Chicago, 111. 
Benziger Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Berg & Vitek, 

Davenport, Iowa. 
Sir Walter Besant, 

London. England. 
Do. 

The Bible Study Publishing 
Company, Boston, Mass. 
Do. 
Do. 

A. M. Bloch, Easton, Pa. 

May Bloom, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Bonnell, Silver & Co., 

New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
Geo. M. Boynton, 

Boston, Mass. 
W. H. Brooker, 

San Antonio, Tex. 
S. R. Brown, Lockport, N. Y. 

Robert Buchanan. 

Central Law Journal Com- 
pany. St. Louis, Mo. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



A New Baby World. By Mary Mapes Dodge. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 17, 1897.) 
The Century Book of the American Revolution. By 

Eldridge S. Brooks. (Received Sept. 17, 1897.) 
An Artist's Letters from Japan. By John La Farge. 

(Received Sept. 17, 1897.) 
Up the Matterhorn in a Boat. Bv Marion M. Pope. 

(Received Sept. 17, 1897.) 
Fighting; a Fire. By Charles T. Hill. (Received Sept. 

17, 1897.) 
Miss Nina Barrow. By Francis C. Baylor. (Received 

Sept. 17, 1897.) 
The Last Three Soldiers. By William Henry Shelton. 

(Received Sept, 17, 1897.) 
The Days of Jeanne D' Arc. By Mary Hartwell Cather- 

wood. (Received Sept. 17, 1897.) 
Table of Wages. By G. F. Chase. (Received Sept. 18, 

1897.) 
The Record's Summer School at Home. Lesson 15. 

(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 
The Circle of Theology. By William N. Clarke. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 
The Second Book of Cresar's Gallic War. By William C. 

Collar. (Received Sept, 13, 1897.) 
Lving Prophets Bv Eden Phillpotts. (Received Sept. 

"13, 1897.) 
Hot Water Heating. Instruction Paper. (Received 

Sept. 15, 1897.) 
The Elements of Mechanical Engineering. Vols. 1, 2, 3, 

4, 5, and 6. (Received Sept, 15, 1897.) 
Question Paper. Architectural Design. (Received 

Sept, 15, 1897.) 
The Coming of the King. By Ida Reed Smith and 

T. Martin Towne. (Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 
The Buffalo Directory. 1897. By Albert A. Woltge. 

(Received Sept, 16, 1897.) 
Some Rambling Thoughts. By "Nemo." (Received 

Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Joe Saxton in Japan. By D. A. Selden. (Received 

Sept, 17, 1897.) 
Desmonde, M. D. By Hugh Wakefield. (Received 

Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Claude Duval of Ninety- Five. By Fergus Hume. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 13, 1897.) 
Peg Bunson. By John W. Spear. (Received Sept. 16, 

1897.) 
Near A Whole City Full. By Edward W. Townsend. 

(Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 
The New England Primer. By Paul L. Ford. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 
Elsie at Home. By Martha Finley. (Received Sept. 

15, 1897.) 
Elements of Complex Quantities. By Franz J. Dom- 
merque. (Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 
Free-Free-Free. By Franz J. Dommerque. (Received 

Sept. 17, 1897.) 
The Rochester House Directory. No. IV. (Received 

Sept. 14, 1897.) 
A Cuban Amazon. By Virginia L. Dunbar. (Received 

Sept. 15, 1897.) 
Doctor Marks, Socialist. By M. C. Smith. (Received 

Sept. 16, 1897.) 



The Century Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

G. F. Chase. 

The Chicago Record, 

Chicago, 111. 
W. N. Clarke, 

Hamilton, N. Y. 
William C. Collar, 

Roxbury, Mass. 
Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
The Colliery Engineering 
Company, Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 

Do. 

David C. Cook Publishing 
Company, Chicago, 111. 
The Courier Company, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Dawe & Tabor, New York. 

W. G. Day, Baltimore, Md. 

G. W. Dillingham Company, 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Dodd, Meade & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



Franz Dommerque. 

Walter Donnell, Chicago, 111. 

The Drew Allis Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. 
The Editor Publishing Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Diary for the Bar of Cook County, 111. (Received Sept. 

17, 1897.) 

Chatterbox. Edited by J. Erskine Clarke. (Received 

Sept. 14, 1897.) 
London Topics. (Received Sept. 1 3, 1 897) 

System of Computing I terest on Notes. (Received 

Sept. 15, 1897.) 
Rules for the Game of Chicane. (Received Sept. 16, 

1897. ) 
The New International Atlas of the World. (Received 

Sept. 13, 1897.) 
The Cofferdam Process for Piers. 2. (Received Sept. 

18, 1897.) 

Clerical Types. By the Rev. Hanies Mann. ( Received 

Sept. 16, 1897.) 
The Essentials of Modern Materia Medica. By John 

Fyfe, M. D. (Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Physicians' Record. (Received Sept. 14, 1897) 

Aunt Phyllis and Others. By Rebecca Garnett. (Re- 
ceived sept. 18, 1897.) 

River Guide to the Klondyke. By W. A. Beddoe. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 14, 1897.) 

Offener Schrebebrief des Philipp Sauerampter. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Reference Book. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

Idyls Twain. By Lloyd Goble. (Received Sept. 13, 

1897.) 
Directions to Draft Seamless Waists. (Received Sept. 

17, 1897.) 
Course of Study for Natural Music Course. By Herbert 

Griggs. (Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Moses and Son. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

Rescue Songs. 1897. Compiled by Henry H. Hadley. 
(Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 

Education. Chap. 18. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) 

New York Autumn Fashions for 1897. (Received Sept. 
13, 1897.) 

White Man's Africa. By Poultney Bigelow 

Designs for Church and Sunday School Medals. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 14, 1897.) 

The Stolen Stradivarius. By Mrs. Burton Harrison. 
Part 2. (Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Woodford bie der Konigin. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) .. 

Bulbs and Plants for Autumn Planting. 1897. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 17, 1897.) 

Wholesale Catalogue for Autumn. 1897. (Received 
Sept. 17, 1897.) 

Meter Index Book. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) 

Meter Record Book. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) 

A Text Book in Elementary Biology. By Robert P. 
Hight. (Received Sept. 16, 1«97.) 

The Gods Arrive. By Annie E. Holdsworth. (Received 
Sept. 16, 1897.) 

Outline of Kant's Critique. By R. M. Wenley. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 17, 1897.) 



The Equitable Trust Com- 
pany, 
Estes & Lauriat, 

Boston, Mass. 
The Evening Post Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
John F. Fish, 

Ottnmwa, Iowa. 
J. B. Fleck, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Fort Dearborn Publishing 
Company, Chicago, 111. 
Charles E. Fowler. 

Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New York. 
John W. Fyfe, 

Saugautuck, Conn. 
Julius Gabriel, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Rebecca Garnett. 

Gastineaux Printing Com- 
pany, Juneau, Alaska. 
German Press and Plate 

Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

The G. Giles Mercantile 

Agency, Salem, Oreg. 

Lloyd Goble, Chicago, 111. 

Mrs. Margaret A. Goodiel, 

Rowenton, Ohio. 



Denver, Colo. 
Grit Publishing Company, 

Williamsport, Pa. 
| H. H. Hadley, New York. 

Winchester Hall. 

Harper & Bros., New York. 

Do. 
John Harriott, Boston, Mass. 

C. C. Harrison. 

W. R. Hearst, New York. 
Peter Henderson & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Hersey Manufacturing Com- 
pany, South Boston, Mass. 
Do. 
Robert F. Hight, 

Lafayette, Ind. 
Annie E. Holdsworth. 



Henry Holt & Co., 



New York. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Non-Religion of the Future. By M. Guyau. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 17, 1897.) 

Das kalte Herz. Von Wilhelm Hauff. ( Received Sept. 
18, 1897.) 

Directory and Star Coupon Book. (Received Sept. 16, 
1897.) 

Star Coupon Book. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 



Practical Illustrated Encyclopedia for General Mechanics. 

(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Tales of Good Fortune. By Thos. J. Jenkins. (Received 

Sept. 18, 1897.) 
The Physical Degeneracy of the Modern Negro. By 

Dr. R. H. Johnson. (Received Sept. 15, 1897.) 
TheKalosArt. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 



The Trade in Live Stock. (Received Sept. 18, 1897).. 



A Book for the Common People. By H. L. Kellogg. 
(Received Sept. 14, 1897.) 

The Golden Passional. By David James Burrell, D. D. 
(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Prisoners of the Sea. By Florence M. Kingsley. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 18, 1897.) 

"Captains Courageous." By Rudyard Kipling. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 17, 1897.) 

The Poetical Works of John D. Knotts. Part 1. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 16, 1897.) 

Topical Outline of Civil Government. By W. D. Kuhn. 
(Received Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Introduction to Spanish. By Louis Lange. (Received 
Sept. 16, 1897.) 

Directory of Wholesale Grocers of the United States and 
Canada. Vol. 5. (Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 

The Sphinx of Gold. By Franklin W. Lee. (Received 
Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Whitelaw's Improved Interest Tables and Charts. By 
J. H. Whitelaw. (Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

The District School as It Was. By Clifton Johnson. 
(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

An Oregon Boyhood. By Louis A. Banks. (Received 
Sept, 15, 1897.) 

A Million of Money. By John K. Leys. Chaps. 4-11. 
(Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 

The Freedom of the Fields. By Charles C. Abbott. 
(Received Sept. 14, 1897.) 

Travels in a Tree Top. By Charles C. Abbott. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 14, 1897.) 

Circulation in the Central Nervous System. By 
William Browning, Ph. B., M. D. (Received Sept. 
14, 1897.) 

Meg Langholme. By Mrs. Molesworth. (Received 
Sept. 14, 1897.) 

The Amulet. Part 4. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) 



Proprietors. 



Henry Holt & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

The Home Coupon Exchange 
Company, Trenton, N. J. 

The Home Coupon Exchange 
Company, Newark, N. J. 

F. A. Hubbard, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Thos. Jefferson Jenkins. 

Dr. R. H. Johnson, 

Brunswick, Ga. 
The Kalos Manufacturing 
Company, Boston, Mass. 
Kansas City Star Company, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
H. L. Kellogg, 

Minocqua, Wis. 
Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 
Florence M. Kingsley. 

Rudyard Kipling, 

Brattleboro, Vt. 
John D. Knotts, 

Orangeburg, S. C. 
W. D. Kuhn, Topeka, Kans. 

Louis Lange, Monterey, Cal. 

G. F. Lasher. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Franklin W. Lee, 

Rush City, Minn. 
William H. Lee, Chicago, 111. 



Lee & Shepard, 

Do. 
John K. Leys. 



Boston, Mass. 



In Nature's Waggish Mood. By Paul Heyse. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 16, 1897.) 

Formation of the Union. 1750-1829. By Albert 
Bushnell Hart. (Received Sept. 14, 1897.) 

The Expository Paragraph and Sentence. By Charles 
S. Baldwin. (Received Sept, 16, 1897.) 



J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do. 

Do. 



Do. 

The Living Age Company, 

Boston, Mass. 
Do. 

Longmans, Green & Co., 

New York. 
Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Macaulay's Essays oil Milton and Addison. Edited by 
James Greenleaf Croswell. (Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 

The Special Agents Field Book. (Received Sept. 17, 
1897.) 

The McBride First School Year. (Received Sept. 18, 
1897.) 

An Errant Knight's Adventure. Bv P. Y. Black. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 14, 1897.) 

A Practical System of Vertical Writing. By Georgia 
McManis. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. (Received* Sept. 15, 
1897.) 

The Statue in the Air. By Caroline E. LeC'onte. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Science Readers. By Vincent T. Murche. Books 1, 2, 
3, and 4. (Received Sept, 16, 1897.) 

The Conception of God. By Josiah Rovce. (Received 
Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Christianity and Idealism. By John Watson, LL. D. 
(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Outlines of Elementary Economics. By H. J. Daven- 
port. (Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

A Batch of Golfing Papers. By Andrew Lang and 
Others. (Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

A Unique Establishment. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) 



Merritt System of Development of the Voice. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 17, 1897.) 
The American Church Class Book. (Received Sept. 16, 

1897.) 
Sunday School Teachers' Class Book. 

16,1897.) 
Hebrew Lessons. By H. G. Mitchell. 

18, 1897.) 
Catalogue and Buyers' Guide. No. 62. 

ceivedSept. 13, 1897.) 
How to Build a Home. By Francis C. Moore. 

ceived Sept. 16, 1897.) 
Atlas of Properties on Line of Pennsylvania Railroad 

from Rosemont to Westchester. (Received Sept. 16. 

1897.) 
Magic. By Albert A. Hopkins. 

1897.) 
Old Cap. Collier Library. No. 720. 

1897.) 

National Hymns. Edited by Mrs. J. V. Cooke. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1897.) 
"Das Bild im Wasser. " Von Wilhelm Jansen. Part 

13. (Received Sept. 15, 1897.) 
The Remarkable Advancement of the American Negro. 

By W. H. Crogman. (Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 
The Sun Question. By Jas. W. Norcross. (Received 

Sept. 14, 1897.) 
The Omaha Spelling Blank. (Received Sept. 18, 1897)... 

Minerals in the Public Schools. By Miner H. Paddock. 
(Received Sept. 13, 1897. ) 

Private Code of Perter Bros. & Co. . Incorporated. Com- 
piled by A. B. Paul, Jr. (Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 

Select Notes on the International Sundav-School Les- 
sons. (Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 



(Received Sept. 
(Received Sept. 
1897-98. (Re- 
(Re- 



(Received Sept. 16, 
(Received Sept. 18, 



Longmans, Green & Co., 

New York. 
W. P.'Lucas, Oil City, Pa. 

D. H. McBride & Co., 

Akron, Ohio. 
S. S. McClure Company, 

New York. 
Georgia McManis, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 

The Macmillan Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

M. F. Mansfield, New York. 

F.N. Matthews & Co., 

Chicago, 111. 
Helen W. Merritt, 

Los Angeles, Cal. 
Meyer & Bro. , Chicago, 111. 

Do. 

H. G Mitchell, 

Boston, Mass. 
Montgomery Ward & Co., 

Chicago, 111. 
F. C. Moore. 

A. H. Mueller, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Munn&Co., New York. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Richard C. Nash, 

Tipton, Ind. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
J. L. Nichols & Co., 

Atlanta, Ga. 
Jas. W. Norcross, 

Boston, Mass. 
Omaha School Supply Com- 
pany, Omaha, Nebr. 
Miner H. Paddock, 

Providence, R. I. 
A. B. Paul, Jr., 

San Francisco. Cal. 
F. N. Peluobet, 

Auburndale, Mass. 



BOOKS— CONTIJ. UED. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



First Facts and Sentences in French. By Victor Betis 
and Howard Swan. (Received Sept. 17, 1897.) 

Reminiscences of Society in New York. Part 26. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 16, 1897.) 

Alpena City and County Directory. 1897-98. Vol. 7. 
(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Portland City Directory. 1897. No 35. (Received 
Sept. 14, 1897.) 

Preliminary Manual for the Prang Elementary Course 
in Art Instruction. (Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 

Speaker Reed Writes on Prosperity. (Received Sept. 13, 
1897.) 

The World Helps Them On. (Received Sept. 13, 1897). 

Attended Like a Queen. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) 

Silver's London Boost. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) 

Touched by Erin's Woe. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) 

Ansonia, Derby, Shelton, and Seymour Directory. 
1897-98. (Received Sept. 15, 1897.) 

The Occasional Address. By Lorenzo Sears. (Received 
Sept. 17, 1897.) 

Margot. By Sidney Pickering. (Received Sept. 17, 
1897.) 

The Man of the Family. By Christian Reid. (Received 
Sept. 17, 1897.) 

The Cruise of the Ironheart. By Doe Ray. (Received 
Sept, 15, 1897.) 

The Older Brother. By Pansv. (Received Sept. 15, 
1897.) 

"And She Got All That." By Clara Reese. (Received 
Sept. 15, 1897.) 

Development of the Mission Field. By Edwin M. Bliss. 
(Received Sept. 17, 1897. ) 

Sunday School Success. By Amos R. Wells. (Received 
Sept. 18, 1897.) 

Proceedings of the Twenty-Eighth Annual Convention 
of American Cranberry Growers' Association. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 16, 1897.) 

The Last Battle. By Elisha A. Riggins. (Received 
Sept. 18, 1897.) 

Jefferson County History. By O. F. Roessler. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 18, 1897.) 

Ward Hill at Weston. By Everett T. Tomlinson. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 17, 1897.) 

The Slambangaree. By R. K. Munkittrick. (Received 
Sept. 17, 1897.) 

Visitor's Guide to Salem. (Received Sept. 14, 1897) 

Practical Points in Nursing. By Emily A. M. Stoney. 
(Received Sept. 16, 1897. ) 

Die Here von Harlem. Von R. H. Savage 

Life Insurance Uffered by Michigan Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Company. (Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Picciuo. By Frances Hodgson Burnett. (Received 
Sept. 17, 1897.) 

Little Lord Fauntleroy. By Frances Hodgson Burnett. 
(Received Sept. 17, 1897.) 

English Lands, Letter, and Kings. By Donald G. 
Mitchell. (Received Sept. 17, 1897.) 

Lords of the World. By Rev. Alfred J. Church. ( Re- 
ceived Sept. 17, 1897.) 

2 T E 



Geo. Philip & Son, 

London, England. 
Morris Phillips & Co. , 

New York. 
R. L. Polk & Co., 

Detroit, Mich. 
R. L. Polk & Co., 

Portland, Oreg. 
The Prang Educational Corn- 
pan v. Boston, Mass. 
Press Publishing Company, 
[New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
The Price & Lee Company, 

New Haven, Conn. 
G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Doe Ray. 

Fleming H. Revell Company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

A. J. Rider, Secretary, 

Camden, N. J. 

E. A. Riggins, 

Washington, Ind. 
O. F. Roessler, 

Jefferson, Wis. 
A. J. Rowland, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Robert Howard Russell, 

New York. 
The Salem Press, 

Salem, Mass. 
W. B. Saunders, 

Philadelphia. 
R. H. Savage, New York. 
V. R. Schenck, New York. 

Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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BOOKS— Contin UED. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



By Kirk Munroe. 
Hentv. 



( Received 



(Received 
(Received 
(Received 
(Re- 



With Crockett and Bowie. 

Sept. 17, 1897 ) 
A March on London. Bv G. A. 

Sept. 17, 1897.) 
With Moore at Corunna. By G. A. Henty. 

Sept. 17, 1897.) 
With Frederick the Great. By G. A. Henty. 

Sept. 17, 1897.) 
The Battle of Franklin, Tenn. By Jacob D. Cox. 

ceived September 13, 1897.) 
Selected Poems. By George Meredith. (Received 

Sept. 17, 1897.) 
Two Little Pilgrims' Progress. By Frances Hodgson 

Burnett. (Received Sept. 17, 1897.) 
Giovanni and the Other. By Frances Hodgson Burnett. 

(Received Sept. 17,1897.) 
Sara Crewe. By Frances Hodgson Burnett. (Received 

Sept. 17, 1897.) 
Industrial Laboratory. Wood Working. (Received 

Sept. 15, 1897.) 
Supplement to United States Supreme Court Annota- 
tions. In vols. 105-167. Sheets 1, 2, and 3. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Supplement to New York Supreme Court Annotations. 

Vol. 15. (Received Sept. 15, 1897. ) 
Official Roll. Knight Artisans of the World. (Received 

Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Christian Endeavor Topics. (Received Sept. 16, 1897).... 



The Gift of the Gods. By Flora Annie Steel. (Received 

Sept. 16, 1897.) 
Steiger's German American Cook Book. ( Received Sept. 

16,1897.) 
Sheilah McLeod. By Guy Boothby. (Received Sept. 

13, 1897.) 
Four English Poems. Edited by L. D. Style. (Received 

Sept. 18, 1897.) 
A Genuine Lady. Bv I. T. Thurston. (Received Sept. 

13, 1897.) 
To the Kloudyke. Game. By Milton J. Thomas. 

(Received Sept. 16, 1897 ) 
New Short Course in Drawing. Book 6. By Langdon 

S. Thompson. (Received Sept, 16, 1897.) 
Advertising. (Received Sept. 14, 1897) 



Senior Course in Mechanical Drawing. By William H. 
Thorne. (Received Sept. 14, 1897.) 

Whisperings of a Wind-Harp. By Annie Throop. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 15, 1^97.) 

Selected Cases on Real Property. By Christopher G. 
Tiedeman. (Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 

Detective Library. No. 774. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

Wide Awake Five Cent. No 1338. (Received Sept. 18, 
1897.) 

Melodious Harmonies. By Chas. D. Blake. (Received 
Sept. 17, 1897.) 

The Man Who Stole a Meeting House. By J. T. Trow- 
bridge. (Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 

Elijah Tone, Citizen. By Amos R. Wells. (Received 
Sept. 13, 1897.) 



Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Harlan P. Shaw, 

Bridgewater, Mass. 
Frank Shepard, 

Chicago, 111. 

Do. 

John Shields, Dallas, Tex. 

Society Topics Publishing 
Company, Corsica, Pa. 
Flora Annie Steel. 

E. Steiger & Co., 

New York. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
L. Du Pont Style, California. 

J. H. Tewksbury. 

Milton J. Thomas, New York. 

Langdon S. Thompson, 

Boston, Mass. 
., J. Walter Thompson Com- 
pany, New York. 
William H. Thorne, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Annie Throop, New York. 

Christopher G. Tiedeman, 
New York. 
. Frank Tousey, New York. 
Do. 

I F. Trifet, Boston, Mass. 

I J. T. Trowbridge. 

United Society of Christian 
Endeavor, Boston, Mass. 



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BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopbietors. 



Lessons in the Life of Jesus. Second course. (Received 

Sept, 13, 1897.) 
Annual Report of the Sixteenth International Christian 

Endeavor Convention. (Received Sept. 14, 1897.) 
The Utility Cable Code. By Utility Code Company. 

(Received Sept. 14, 1897.) 
The Thespiin School Speaker. No. 20. (Received 

Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Book of Errors in Speaking and Writing. (Received 

Sept, 13, 1897.) 
The Great Struggle of the Masses. By Dr. U. M. Weide- 

nian. (Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 
The War of the Worlds. Chaps. 17-18. By H. G. Wells. 

(Received Sept, 16, 1897.) 
Shrewsbury. By Stanley J. Weyman. Ckajis. 33-36. 

(Received Sept, 13, 1897.) 
''Figures Do Not Lie." By S. R. Wharton. (Received 

Sept. 13, 1897. ) 
Session Laws of Colorado. 1897. (Received Sept. 13, 

1897.) 
Founded on Paper. By Charlotte M. Yonge. (Received 

Sept. 14, 1897.) 
First Pages of Notes and Key Numbers of the Book of 

Revelations. (Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Outlines of Bible Studies. By Rev. W. E. Wight. ( Re- 
ceived Sept. 15. 1897.) 
Bimetalism. By Stephen Douglas Williams. (Received 

Sept, 13, 1897. 
Theoretical and Practical Graphics. By Frederick N. 

Willson. (Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Drawing Book. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

Exiled to Siberia. By William Murray Graydon. Chaps. 

22, 23, aud 24. (Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 



United Society of Christian 
Endeavor, Boston, Mass. 
Do. 

O. G. Washburn, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Henry J. Web. man, 

New York. 
Do. 

U. M. Weideman, 

South Manchester, Conn. 
H. G. Wells, New York. 

I Stanley J. Weyman, 

London. 
S. R. Wharton, Chicago, 111. 

I Charles H. S. Whipple, 

Denver, Colo. 
Thomas Whittaker, 

New York, 
J. C. Wiggins, 

La Fayette, Ala. 
W. E. Wight. 

Stephen D. Williams, 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Frederick N. Willson, 

Princeton N. J. 

O. F. Wood, New York. 

The Wooli'all Publishing 

Company, New York. 



PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.^ 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. Sept. 13-19, 1897 

Abendblatt der New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. Sept. 13-18. 

1897. 
Advance Reports. Legal Intelligencer.- Sept. 17, 1897.. 

American Agriculturist. Sept. 18, 1897 

American Architect. Sept. 11, 1897 

American Field. Sept, 18, 1897 

American Florist. Sept. 11, 1897 

American Journal of Obstetrics. September, 1897.. .. 
American Machinist. Sept. 16, 1897 

American Medico-Surgical Bulletin. Sept. 10, 1897... 

American Paper Trade. Sept. 11,1897 

American Society of Civil Engineers. August, 1897... 



New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Co. , Boston, Mass. 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 

Frank Re< der, Secretary of 
State of Pennsylvania. 

Orange Judd Co., New York. 

American Architect and 
Building News Co., Boston. 

American Field Publishing 
Company, New York. 

American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 

Wra. Wood & Co., New York. 

American Machinist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

The Bulletin Publishing- 
Company, New York. 

Audrew Geyer, New York. 

The American Society of Civil 
Engineers, New York. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



American Stock-Keeper. Sept. 18, 1897 American Stock-Keeper Pub- 
lishing Co., Boston, Mass. 

Architecture and Building. Sept. 11, 1897 W. T. Comstock, New York. 

Argosy. October, 1897 Frank A. Munsey, New York. 

Army and Navy Register. Sept. 18, 1897 L. L. Thompsou, 

Washington, D. C. 

Army and Navy Weekly. Sept. 18, 1897 Howard, Ainslee & Co., 

New York. 

Arthur's Home Magazine. September, 1897 Thos. J. Gleason, New York. 

Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 38, No. 2 and No 3 West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Ave Maria. Sept. 18,1897 D.E.Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 

Bankers' Magazine. September, 1897 Bradford Rhodes, New York. 

Banner of Gold. Sept. 4, 1897 Banner of Gold Publishing 

Compauy, Chicago, 111. 

Baptist Union. Sept. 18, 1897 Baptist YouDg People's 

Union, Chicago, 111. 

Bearifigs. Sept. 16, 1897 Bearings Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 

Biblical World. September, 1897 The University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. 

Biles' Whiskey Price List. Sept. 15, 1897 J. W. Biles Company, 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Black Cat. October, 1897 The Shortstory Publishing 

Company. Boston, Mass. 

Boston Sunday Globe. Sept. 12, 1897 Globe Newspaper Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Boston Sunday Post. Sept. 12, 1897 ! Post Pub. Co., Boston, Mass. 

Bradstreet's. Sept. 18, 1897 j The Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
Brooklyn Life. Sept. 18, 1897 Brooklyn Life Publishing- 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bugle Call. Epiphany and Lenten Season Henry M. Hadley, New York. 

Bugle Call. Eastertide and Whitsuntide Do. 

Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review. Sept. 15, 1897... j Review Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Catholic News. Sept. 15 and 19, 1897 The Catholic News Publish- 
ing Company. New York. 
Central Law Journal. Sept. 10, 1897 Central Law Journal Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 

Chap Book. Sept. 11,1897 Herbert S. Stone & Co., 

Chicago, 111. 

Christian Financier. August, 1897 , A.A.Kidder, 

New London, Conn. 

Christian Herald. Sept. 15, 1897 Louis Klopsch, New York. 

Church Economist. Sept, 16, 1897 Church Economist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. Sept. 10 and The Trades Weekly Com- 
17, 1897. pany, New York. 

Collier's Weekly. Sept. 16, 1897 Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. Sept. 18, 1897 William B. Dana Compauy, 

New York. 

Cordage Trade Journal. Sept. 16,1897 ChnrlesH. Delano, New York. 

Cosmopolitan. October, 1897 John Brisben Walker, 

Irvington, N. Y. 

Cuba y America. Sept. 15,1897 Manuel Montero, New York. 

Cut Gems. September, 1897 Rev. George W. Plack, 

Troy, N. Y. 



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Titles. 



Cycling Gazette. Sept. 16. 189" 



Proprietors. 



Daily Racing Form. Sept. 11-17, 1897 

Decade and Calendar Leaflets. October, 1897. 



Demorest's Family Magazine. September, 189" 



Dry Goods Economist. Sept. 11, 1897 

Eastern State Journal. Sept. 11 and Sept, 18, 1897. 

Echo. September, 1897 

Electrical World. Sept. 11, 1897 

Engineering Record. Sept. 11, 1897 

Examiner. Sept. 16, 1897 

Expression. September, 1897 

Farm Implement News. Sept. 16, 1897 

Farm Machinery. Sept. 14, 1897 

Farm, Stock, and Home. Sept. 15, 1897 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 81, No. 8 

Forest and Stream. Sept. 18, 1897 

Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. October, 1H97... 



Free Man. September, 1897 

Furniture Trade Review. Sept. 10, 1897 



Garden and Forest. Sept. 15, 1897 

Gardening. Sept. 15, 1897 

Golden Days. Sep't, 11, Sept. 18, and Sept. 25, 1897.. 

Golden Hours. Sept. 25, 1897 

Golden Rule. Sept, 2 and 9, 1897 



Golfing. Sept. 11, 1897 

Great Round World. Sept. 16, 1897. 



Grocers' Regulator. Sept, 16, 1897. 



Happy Days. Oct. 2, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. Sept. 18, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. Sept. 14, 1897 

Harper's Weekly. Sept. 18, 1897 

Harvard Graduates' Magazine. September, 1897. 



Heating and Ventilation. Sept. 15, 1897. 
Home and Farm. Sept, 15, 1897 



Emil Grossman & Bro. , 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
F. H. Brunell, Chicago, 111. 
Apostleship of Prayer, 

New York. 
Demorest Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Textile Pub. Co., New York. 
Charles D. Horton, 

White Plains, N. Y. 
Echo Music Company, 

Lafayette, Iud. 
W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 
Engineering Record, 

New York. 
The Examiner Company, 

New York. 
The School of Expression, 

Boston, Mass. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany. Chicago, 111. 
Midland Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Farm, Stock, and Home 
Co., Minneapolis, Minn. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Frederic L. Colver, 

New York. 
Chas. W. Chase, Bangor, Me. 
Review Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
The Gardening Company, 

Chicago, 111. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia, Pa, 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Golden Rule Company, 

New York. 
Golfing Company, New York. 
William Beverly Harison, 

New York. 
Reid, Murdock & Co., 

Chicago, 111 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros. , New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Harvard Graduates' Maga- 
zine Association, 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Heating and Ventilation 
Pub. Co., New York. 

Home and Farm Publishing- 
Company, Louisville, Ky. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Home Study Magazine. September, 1897 The Colliery Engineer Com- 
pany, Scranton, Pa. 

Home Sunshine. October, 1897 1 S. A. Hudson, New York. 

Horseman. Sept. 14, 1897 j Chicago Horseman News- 
paper Co. , Chicago, 111. 
Hub. September, 1897 Trade News Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Illustrated American. Sept. 18. 1897 Lorillard Spencer, New York. 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. Sept. 1 2, 1897 [ Geo. E. Matthews & Co. , 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Illustrated Electrical Review. Sept. 15, 1897 ! Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Illustrated Police News. - Sept. 18, 1897 Alden Publishing Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Jewish Comment. Sept. 17, 1897 \ " The Publishers, " 

Baltimore, Md. 

Journal of Political Economy. September, 1897 University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. 

Journal of the American Medical Association. Sent. 11. American Medical Associa- 

1897. tion. Chicago, 111. 

Judge. Sept. 25, 1897 Judge Pub. Co., New York. 

Junior Golden Rule. October, 1897 Golden Rule Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Legal Intelligencer. Sept. 17, 1897 | Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Leslie's Weekly. Sept. 16, 1897 - I Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 

Life. Sept. 16, 1897 1 Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

Machinery. September, 1897 ] Industrial Press,. New York. 

Mackey A B C Guide. Sept. 18, 1897 A B C Guide Co , New York. 

Magazine of Art. October, 1897 Cassell Pub. Co., New York. 

Medical News.. Sept. 18, 1897 Lea Bros. & Co., New York. 

Medical Record. Sept. 11 and 18, 1897 William Wood & Co., 

New York. 

Merck's Report, Sept. 15, 1897 Merck & Co., New York. 

Messenger of the Sacred Heart. October, 1897 Apostleship of Prayer. 

' New York. 
Messenger of the Sacred Heart. Supplement. October, Do. 

1897. 

Military Gazette. Sept. 11, 1897 Military Pub. Co., 

Chicago, 111. 
Minneapolis Daily Report. Sept. 9, 10, 11 and 13, 14, Charles Rees, 

15, 1897. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Musical Age. Sept. 16,1897 Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 

National Police Gazette. Sept. 25, 1897 Richard K. Fox, New York. 

New England Master Builder. Sept. 11, 1897 H. H. Lepper, Boston, Mass. 

New York Clipper. Sept. 18, 1897 Frank Queen Publishing 

Company, New York. 

New York Family Story Paper. Oct. 2, 1897 Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

New York Herald. Sept. 11 to Sept. 17, 1897 James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 

New York Journal. .Sept. 11 to Sept. 17, 1897 W. R. Hearst, New York. 

New York Ledger. Sept. 18, 1897 Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 

New York Lumber Trade Journal. Sept. 15, 1897 New York Lumber Trade 

Journal Co., New York. 

New York Medical Journal . Sept. 11,1 897 D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued 
Titles. 



New York Times. Sept. 11 to Sept. IT, 1897 

New York Times Weekly . Sept. 1 8, 1 897 

New York State Reports and Session Laws. Aug 28 

and Sept. 4, 1897. 
New York Supplement and State Reporter. Sept. 16, 

1897. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. Sept. 11 to Sept. 17, 1897.. 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 14 

Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 72, No. 6 

Northwest Magazine. September, 1897 

Orange Judd Farmer. Sept, 18, 1897. 

Our Productions. Sept. 11, 1897 

Our Race News-Leaflet, September, 1897 

Outlook. Sept. 18, 1897 

Overland Monthly. September, 1897 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 11 

Pennsylvania County Reports. Sept. 18, 1897 

People's Railway Guide. Sept, 15, 1897 

Philadelphia Inquirer. Sept. 11-17, 1897 

Pittsburg Times. Sept. 11-17, 1897... 

Plumbers Journal. Sept, 15, 18<>7 '. 

Pocket Magazine. October, 1897 

Puck. Sept. 22, 1897 

Puck's Quarterly. October, 1897 

Qui ver v October. 1 897 

Rand-McNally Bankers' Monthly. September, 1897 

Reports of the Circuit Court of Ohio. Sept. 14, 1897 

Rider and Driver. Sept. 18, 1897 

Robes de Luxe. October, 1897 

Royal Arcanum Messenger. September, 1897 ,.. 

Russell's Convention Dates. Sept. 11,1897 

Saturday Night. Sept. 18 and 25 and Oct. 2, 1897 

School Journal. Sept. 11 and 18, 1897 

Scientific American. Sept. 18, 1897 

Shipping and Commercial List. Sept. 18, 1897 



Proprietors. 



New York Times Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Banks & Bros, and James 
B. Lyon, New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 
Do. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
E. V. Smalley, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Orange Judd Company, 

Chicago, 111. 
American Publishing and 
Engraving Co., New York. 
C. A. L Totten, 

New Haven, Conn. 

Outlook Co., New Yoik. 

Overland Monthly Company, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
T. & J. W. Johnson & Co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Estate of J. M. Heatherton, 
New York. 
Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Do. 
The Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Rand, McNally &Co., 

Chicago, 111. 
Carl O. Jalin, 

Columbus, Ohio. 
Rider and Driver Publishing 
Company, New York. 

The Morse-liroughton Com- 
pany, New York. 
J. H. Bos worth, 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
Hamlin Russell, 

Newark, N. J. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia, Pa, 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 

Munn & Co., New York. 

Shipping and Commercial 

List Company, New York. 



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PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Short Stories. October, 1897 Current Literature Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 27, Nos. 20 and 21 West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 14 i Do. 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 41, No. 11 Do. 

Spaulding's Home Library. August, 1897 American Sports Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Standard. Sept. 25, 1897 Standard Press, New York. 

Street and Smith's New York Weekly. Oct. 2, 1897 | Street & Smith, New York. 

Sun. Sept. 11 to Sept. 17,1897 : Sun Printing aud Publishing 

Association, New York. 

Sunday-School Times. Sept. 18, 1897 ; John D. Wattles & Co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Superintendent and Foreman. Sept. 14, 1897 ; Joseph Van Ness, 

Boston, Mass. 

Tailor Costumes. October, 1897 The Morse-Broughton Com- 
pany, New York. 

Temple. September, 1897 The Temple Press, 

Denver, Colo. 

Tobacco. Sept. 10, 1897 The T. H. Delano Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Town Topics. Sept. 16, 1897 Town Topics Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Truth. Sept. 25, 1897 Truth Company, New York. 

United States Investor. Sept. 11, 1897 Investor Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. Mass. 

Viavi Cause. Sept. 4 and Sept. 11, 1897 H. & H. E. Law, 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Vogue. Sept. 16, 1897 Fashion Co., New York. 

Voice of Masonry. September, 1897 ; John W. Brown, Chicago, 111. 

Waverley Magazine. Sept. 25, 1897... Moses A. Dow, Boston, Mass. 

Western Brewer. September, 1897 H. S. Rich & Co., Chicago, 111. 

Western Electrician. Sept. 11, 1897 Electrical Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 

Western School Journal. September, 1897 John Macdonald, 

Topeka, Kans. 

Wool Record. Sept. 14, 1897 Wool Record Publishing 

Company, New York. 

World. Sept. 11 to Sept. 17, 1897 Press Pub' Co.. New York. 

World's Suuday Magazine. Sept. 12, 1897 Do. 

Youth's Companion. Sept. 16, 1897 Perry Mason & Co., 

Boston, Mass. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles, followed by index of proprietors.) 



Acteon. Words by G. H. R. Dabbs. Music by B. Hol- 
lander, London : Phillips & Page. 

Admiration. Two-step. Piano part. By Wm. V. Loss- 
berg. The Metropolitan Music Company, New York. 

Albumblatt. Piano Emil Paul. Op. No. 4. D. Rahter. 
Hamburg and Leipzig. 

Alpine (The) Rose Tryoliene. Piano. By Richard 
Goerdeler. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

American (The) Belle March. Orchestra, with Dance. 
By R. B. Hall. The John Church Company, Cincin- 
nati. 



Phillips & Page, London. 

Do. 

Heiurich Bauer. 

Hamburg and Leipzig. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



American (The) Juniors. March. Gussie O Lindner... 

Amor (el) de Mariquita Danza. Para piano. Por He- 
bert Romo Vergara. A. Wagner y Levien Sues., 
Mexico. 

An April Shower or Happy Doings at Holiday House. 
A dramatic cantata for treble voices. Words by 
Bernard Page. Music by Arthur Page. Forsyth 
Brothers, London. 

An die Musik (To Music) fur geuieschten Chor. The 
English Version by John BernhofF, Heinrichshofen. 
Magdeburg : Max Bruch. Op. 71, No. 3. 

Answer (The). Contralto or Baritone. Words by Eliza- 
beth Harman. Mrs. Watkins G. Powell. Hatch 
Music Company, Philadelphia. 

Answer (The). Soprano or Tenor. Words by Elizabeth 
Harman. Mrs. Watkins G. Powell. Hatch Music 
Company, Philadelphia. 

Apris C — Angelus. Ronde Villageoise. Poesie de 
Emile Gondeau. Musique de A. Flegier, No. 2, en 
soi pour barytonou mezzo soprano. Paris: Enoch&Cie. 

Apuesta ganada. Para piano. Por Hebert Romo 
Vergara. A. Wagner y Levien Sues. 

Ariel. By G. H. R. Dabbs. Music by B. Hollander. 
London : Phillips & Page. 

Auf der Aim. Klavierstiicke. Von Carl Heinrich 
Doring. Op. 149, No. 3. Schweers & Haake, 
Bremen. 

Auf der kirchweih Klavierstiicke. Von Carl Heinrich 
Doring. Op. 149, No. 5. Schweers & Haake, 
Bremen. 

L'Aurora (L) Notturnino, per pianoforte di Giuseppe 
Arrigo. Julius Hainauer, Breslau. 

Autumn Memories. For pianoforte. Morceau de 
Salon. By Oscar Allon. The Orpheus Music Pub- 
lishing Company, London. 

Ay — Ruperta ! Danza para piano y canto. Por Hebert 
Romo Vergara. A. Wagner y Levien Sues. 

Ave Verum. Jesu, Word of God Incarnate. Baritone 
solo. By George Kett. London and New York : No- 
vello, Ewer & Co. 

Barcarolle. For piano. By J. B. Duvernoy. Op. 272, 
No. 2. Edited, revised, and fingered by Hans S. Line, 
National Music Company. 

Before She Went Back Home Again. Comic song and 
refrain. Music by Charles Coleman. Frank Tousey, 
New York. 

Bermuda's Coral Strand. Song. Words and music by 
C. G. Hill. A. & S. Nordheimer, Toronto. 

Bernard's Mandolin Collection. No. 1. Mandolin or 
violin and guitar with piano accompaniment. Mando- 
lin solo, violin solo, mandolin and piano, violin and 
piano The S. Brainard's Sons Company, Chicago. 

Bernard's Mandolin Collection. No. 2. Mandoliu, 
violin with piano accompaniment. Violin solo, man- 
dolin solo, mandolin and piano, violin and piano. 
The S. Brainard's Sons Company, Chicago. 

Beside the Christmas Tree. Melody. (Piano.) Revised 
and fingered by Dr. Henry G. Hanchett. Franz Bnrg- 
muller. Op. 100, No. 1. Hatch Music Company, 
Philadelphia. ("Classic and modern pianoforte 
solos," grade 2.) 

3 T E 



T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 



Forsyth Brothers, Loudon. 



Heinfrichshofen Verlag, 

Magdeburg. 

Mrs. Watkins G. Powell. 



Do. 



Enoch & Cie, 



Paris. 



Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

Phillips & Page, London. 

Schweers & Haake, Bremen. 

Do. 

Julius Hainauer, Breslau. 

The Orpheus Music Publish- 
ing Company, London. 

Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

George Kett. 



National Music Company, 

Chicago. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 



A. & S. Nordheimer, 

Toronto. 
S. Brainard's Sons Company, 

Chicago. 



Do. 



Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Blauiiugelein. (Song.) Text von J. Freund. (Coin- 
poser. ) W. Aletter. Bosworth & Co. , Leipzig. 
Blond Gretelein. Polka Francaise. Piano. La Blonde 

Marguerite. Otto von Walden. Op. 77. Jul. Heine 

Zimmerrnann. 
Bonjour. Colinette. Transcription pour hautbois et 

piano. Par Paul Wachs. Heugel & Cie, Paris. 
Boys of '76. March. Piano. By Albert Ahlboen. 

Albert Ahlboen, New York. 
Brainard's Instrumental Guitar Folio. No. 2. The S. 

Brainard's Sons Company, Chicago. 
Bugle (The) Call. Piano. By Richard Goerdeler. 

Arthur P. Schmidt. Boston. 
Calypso. By G. H. R. Dabbs. Music by B. Hollander. 

London : Phillips & Page. 
Canastilla (La) de Boda. No. 8. Piano. Genaro 

Codina. Op. 70. A. Wagner y Levien Sues., Mexico. 
Caprice in B. Piano. No. 11. Grabville Bautock. 

Forsyth Brothers, London. 
Captain (The) With His Whiskers. Words and music 

by Lavinia Carleton. The Metropolitan Music Com- 
pany, New York 
Carillon ( Le) Hariglione Das Glockenspiel. Impromptu 

pour piano. Par Giuseppe Arrigo. Breslau : Julius 

Hainauer. 
Chanson Cosaque (Song of the Cossack). Violin (and 

piano). Chas. Mole Fils. Op. 53. Boston : Cundy 

Music Company. 
Chant (Le) de A'lliance. Marche Franco. Kusse pour 

piano pae Edmond Missa. Paris : Enoch & Cie. 
Cheerfulness. Piano. Koudoletto. By Richard Goer- 

deler. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Christ Is Risen. (Four parts. Organ accompaniment. ) 

Composed by John Abram. Strickland Bros., Ltd. 

London. 
The Christian Endeavor Army. Vocal. No. 236. Fannj' 

J. Crosby. Ira D. Sankey. 
The Cleveland Kxpositi on. March and song. Words by 

J. Edmund V. Cooke. Music by Will S. Ashbrook. 

The Cleveland Press, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Col. Hopkins' March and Two-step. Piano acid solo. 

By Emil O. Wolff. New York : The Beige Music Co. 
Come Back Ma Sweet. Words by George Cooper. 

Music (arranged) by H. Bauer. The Metropolitan 

Music Company, New York. 
Coming (The) of the King. Christmas carol. Edmund 

H. Sears J. H. Alleman. 
Company (The) Two-step. Piano. By Sadie Elizabeth 

Prescott. Joseph Flanuer, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Consolation. For pianoforte. Romance No. ] . By 

Homer N. Bartlett. Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York. 
Consolation. Vocal. Trostung. Heiurich Heine. H. 

Bauer. Metropolitan Music Company, New York 
Cotton Blossoms. (March Comique ) Orchestra and 

piano. By Milt. H. Hall. The John Church Com- 
pany, Cincinnati. 
Country Dance — 

(Laudler. ) Piano. Aruoldo Sartorio. Op. 274. 

No. 2. The B. F. Wood Music Company, Boston. 

Cradle Song. Words by Pauline Francis Camp. Mrs. 

Watkins G. Powell. Hatch Music Co., Philadelphia. 



Bosworth & Co. , Leipzig. 

Jul. Heine Zimmermaun, 

Leipzig. 

Heugel & Cie, Paris. 

Albert Ahlboen, New York. 

S. Brainard's Sons Company, 

Chicago. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Phillips & Page, London. 

Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

Forsyth Brothers, London. 

H. Bauer. 

Julius Hainauer, Breslau. 

Cundy Music Company, 

Boston. 

Enoch & Cie, Paris. 

] Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Strickland Bros., Ltd., 

London. 

The Biglow and Main Com- 
pany, New York. 
J. E. V. Cooke. 



The Berge Music Company, 

New York. 
Heinrich Bauer. 



J: H. Alleman. 

Sadie Elizabeth Prescott. 

Homer N. Bartlett. 

Heinrich Bauer. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 



B. F. Wood Music Compaq-, 
Boston. 
Mrs. Watkins G. Powell. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Cradle Song. (Does Mon enfant.) Grade 2. Piano. 
Jules Egghard. Op. 179. Hatch Music Company, 
Philadelphia. 
Cupid Kissed Me. Words by Ina Cool brith. Mrs. Wat- 
kins G. Powell. Hatch Music Company, Philadelphia. 
Dandy (The) 7th March Two-step. Piano. By Law- 
rence 15. O'Connor. G. W. Setchett, Boston. 
Danse Espagnole. (Spanish Dance. ) Violin and piano. 
Chas. Mole Fils. Op. 52. Cuudy Music Company, 
Boston. 
Darkies (The) Flirtation Schottische. Orchestra with 
dance. By D. S. Godfred. The John Church Com- 
pany, Cincinnati. 
Death is the Victor at Last. Vocal. By George F. 

Allen. Kremer's Music Store, New Albany, Ind. 
De Coon town Review — 

Patrol. (With chorus.) Solo. Banjo. Banjo 
accompaniment. J. H. Jennings. J. H. Jen- 
nings, Providence, R. I. 
Patrol. Banjo club. First banjo. Solo on 
banjeurine. By J. H. Jennings. J.H.Jennings, 
Providence, R. I. 
Patrol. Banjo club. Second banjo. Solo on ban- 
jeurine. By J. H. Jennings. J. H. Jennings, 
Providence, R. I. 
Patrol. Guitar accompaniment. By J. H. Jen- 
nings. J. H. Jennings, Providence, R. I. 
Patrol. Banjo club. Mandoliu. Solo on banjeu- 
rine. By J. H. Jennings. J. H. Jennings, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Patrol. (With chorus. ) First mandolin. By J. H. 

Jennings. J. H. Jennings, Providence, R. I. 
Patrol. Second mandolin. By J. H. Jenniugs. 

J. H. Jennings, Providence, R. I. 
Patiol. Piano accompaniment. By J. H. Jennings. 

J. H. Jennings, Providence, R. I. 
Patrol. Banjo club. Piccolo banjo. Solo on ban- 
jeaurine. By J. H. Jennings. J. H. Jennings, 
Providence, R. I. 
Dew (The) Drop. Song and ballad. Words by Edmund 
Altona. Music by C. Kinkel. W. A. Pond &Co., 
New York. 
Diamonds of Dew. Quick march. By Mrs. Isie H. 
Reynolds. Ludden & Bates. Southern Music House, 
Savannah, Ga. 
Do I Remember Mother. Song. Words and music by 

J. W T . Russel. O. Habersang, Newark, N.J. 
Dolly. Serenade. Words by Geo. Bowles. Music by 

Fred Eustis. M. Whitmark & Sons, New York. 
Dolly, Dear. Song. Words by George Cooper. Music 
by Heinrich Bauer. The Metropolitan Music Com- 
pany, New York. 
Dolly,' Why Don't You Grow? Words by Arthur J. 
Lamb. Music by L. O. Vincent. Vincent & Co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Don't Ask Me to Return. Ballad and refrain. Words 
and music by Charles Graham. New York : The 
Berge Music Company. 
Don't Mind Me. Orchestra. By A. R. Fasset. Ar- 
ranged by J. C. Hansen. Conover Music Company, 
St. Paul, 'Minn. 



Proprietors. 



Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 

Mrs. Watkins G. Powell. 

G. W. Setchett, Boston. 

Cundy Music Company, 

Boston. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 

Geo. F. Allen. 



J. H. Jennings, 

Providence, R. I. 

Do. 



Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Heirs of C. Kinkel. 

Mrs. Isie H. Reynolds. 

J. W. Goodliffe. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Heinrich Bauer. 

L. O. Vincent and L. B. Vin- 



cent, 



Chicago, 111. 



The Berge Music Company, 
New York. 

The Couover Music Com- 
pany, St. Paul, Minn. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Dove Song. Vocal. Words and music by Andrew 

Mack. Jos. W. Stern & Co.. New York. 
Dri Characterstiecke No. 1, in A, fur Violoncello and 

Klavier. Componist von Friedr. E. Koch. Op. 17. 

Josef Aibl, Miinchen. 
Edith's Dream. An Operetta for Children. Words by 

Margaret Fezandie and Edgar Morette. Music by 

Eugene Fezandie, Jr. Walter H. Baker & Co. , Boston. 
Eibel fechottische. Turkey's Banjo Series. Pbno and 

two banjos. By G. S. Turkey. G. S. Turkey & Son, 

Reading, Mass. 
Eight Children's Songs. Set to music by Rosetter G. 

Cole. Novello, Ewer & Co., London and New York. 
El Eco de las Mandolinas. (Instrumental.) Polka. 

Houndio Martinez. A. Wagner y Levien Sues., 

Mexico. 
El Escorial. Spanish waltz. D. Miiller's Edition. 

Orchestra, with piano accompaniment. Wm. F. 

Kretchmer. D. Miiller, New York. 
Eternal (The) Spring. Vocal. No. 2 in A flat. Words 

by Gunby Hadath. Music by Harvey LShe. Boosey 

& Co., London, W. 
Eternity. Sacred song. Mezzo-soprano or baritone. 

Words by Charles B. Soule. Music by Henry S. 

Sawyer. Op. 70. Henry S. Sawyer, Chicago, 111. 
Fair Nellita. Schottische. Caprice for pianoforte. By 

Joseph Dignam. W. J. Lefavour, Salem, Mass. 
Fairy Revels. Sopranos, mezzo sopranos, and chorus. 

Fairy Scene. Music by Stephen Glover. Adapted 

and arranged by Alice Gary Cooke. E. Witzmann & 

Co., Memphis, Tenn. 
Fior di Memoria. Melodia. Pianoforte. Guiseppo 

Arrigo. Julius Hainauer, Breslau. 
Fishermaidens. Solo. Duo and chorus for female voices. 

Music by V. Gabussi. Adapted and arranged by 

Alice Cary Cooke. E. Witzmann & Co., Memphis, 

Tenn. 
Fleeting Joys. Scherzino. 

Handrock. Op. 64, No. 2. 

Dr. Henry G. Hanchett. 

Philadelphia. 
Flower Greeting. Piano. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Forgotten. Vocal. Words by S. Louie Rowed. Music 

by Noel Johnson. Boosey & Co., London, W. 
French (The) Maid. Walter Slaughter. Boosey's Mili- 
tary Journal. Series 103, No. 3. September. 1897. 

Boosey & Co., London, W., and New York, 
Froher Sinn. Piano. Emil Paul. Op. 6, No. 3. D. 

Rahter. Hamburg and Leipzig. 
Frohliche (Dei) Musicus. Fur gemischten chor. The 

Jolly Musician. Max Bruch. Op. 71, No. 2. The 

English words by John Bernhoff. Heinrichshofen, 

A'erlag, Madgeburg. 
Gathering the Grain. Solos and chorus for female voices. 

Music by L. Clapisson. Adapted and arranged by 

Alice Cary Cooke. E. Witzmann & Co., Memphis, 

Tenn. 
Gelotet sei der Herr. Reformationsfest-Lied. E. S. 

Lorenz. 



Piano. Grade 3. Julius 
Revised and fingered by 
Hatch Music Company, 

By Richard Goerdeler. 



Jos. W. Stern & Co., 

New York. 
Josef Aibl, Miinchen. 



Walter H. Baker & Co., 

Boston. 

G. S. Turkey. Reading. Mass. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 



D. Miiller, New York. 



Boosey & Co. , 



London. 



Henry S. Sawyer, 

Chicago, 111. 

W. J. Lefavour, Salem, Mass. 

E. Witzman& Co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 



Julius Hainauer, Breslau. 

E. Witzmann & Co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 



Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Boosey & Co., London, W. 

E. Ascherber & Co., 

London. 

D. Rahter, 

Hamburg and Leipzig. 

E. Witzmann & Co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Do. 



E. S. Lorenz, Dayton, Ohio. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 
Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



(ieorgia Fandango. Chunes of de Coons. For the piano- 
forte. Chas. Astin. Op. 96. The Pin Morso Pub- 
lishing Company, Macon, Ga. 
Gijjue Vier Klavierstucke. Wilhelm Berger. Op. 68, 

No. 1. 
Go Ask Euth. Orchestra. By B. Fassett. Arranged 

by J. C. Hansen. 
Golden Stars. Fourth selection of the Estrellas de Oro 

Spanish operet, The Cooks. By Geo. Eichards. Lyon 

& Healy. Chicago. 
Goldnen (Die) Sterne. Gesang. Pianoforte. Heiurich 

Hofmann. Op. 125, No. 1. Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig. 
Governor's Guard. Grand waltz. Piano. By Max E. 

Jesse. 
Graduates (The) Two-step. Orchestra and piano. 

Maurice Levi. Arranged bv Herbert L. Clarke. 
Grand March of Col. W. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill). By 

Mrs. M. J. F. Oberly. Arranged for band by H. D. 

Beissenherz. 
Happy Youth (Frohejugend). Piano. ArnoldoSartorio. 

Op. 274, No. 4. B. E. Wood Music Co., Boston. 
Hasta Mariana. Song. Words by Bret Harte. Music 

by Mrs. T. Edgar Pemberton. Chappell & Co., Ltd., 

London, W. 
Hattie, the Idol of the Day. Vocal. March song. By 

Leah B. Lessi. J. Whiteson, Chicago. 
Heart's Eesponse. Valse Senthnentale. Piano. By H. 

R. Grosjeau. Chas. B. McFerrin, Terre Haute, Ind. 
Heimliche liebe. (Secret Love.) Voice and piano. 

Louis V. Sear. Op. 20, No. 1. English version by 

Helen D. Tretbar. Edward Schuberth & Co., New 

York. 
Hope Thou in God. Anthem for chorus or quartette 

H. D. Sleeper. Charles S. Elliott & Co., New York. 
Hymues. For mezzo oder bariton. (Friedrich von 

Schiller.) Eichard Strauss. Op. 33, No. 3. Klavier- 

Auszug von Otto Linger. Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 
Hymno Bayame's (Cuban hymn) Parafrasis. Piano. 

Hubert de Blauck. Breitkopf & Hartel. 
Idol's i The) Eye. Comic opera in three acts. Libretto 

by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal. 

Fairy tales waltz song. New York : Edward Schu- 
berth & Co. 
Idol's (The) Eye. Comic opera in three acts. Libretto 

by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal. 

"The Lady and the Kick." New York: Edward 

Schuberth & Co. 
Idol's (The) Eye. Comic opera in three acts. Libretto 

by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal. 

"Tom and Jack." New York: Edward Schuberth 

& Co. 
Idol's (The) Eye. Comic opera in three acts. Libretto 

by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal. 

"Talk About Yo' Luck." Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 
Idol's (The) Eye. Comic opera in three acts. Libretto 

by Harry B. Smith. Music by Victor Herbert. Vocal. 

"The Tattoed Man." New York : Edward Schu- 
berth & Co. 



Mattie S. Austin. 



Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 

The Conover Music Company. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 



P. T. Wayne. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Mrs. M. J. F. Oberly, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

B. F. Wood Music Company, 

Boston. 

Chappell & Co., London, W. 



J. Whiteson. 

Chas. B. McFerrin, 

Terre Haute, Ind. 
C. F. Tretbar, New York. 



Charles S. Elliott. 

New York. 
Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 



Hubert de Blanck. 

Edward Schuberth & Com- 
pany, New York. 

Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS ("TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



I Don't Want to go to Heaven. Song and chorus. Words 

by Raymond A. Browne. Music by Charles Coleman. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 
If We Shon'd Never Meet Again. Vocal. Words by 

Monroe H. Rosenfeld. Music by Gussie Lindner. 
I Have No Papa Now. Vocal. Words and music by 

Charles Hey wood. Arranged by A. D. Archambaud. 

Hamilton S. Gordon, New York. 
I Love Only Yon. Song and chorus. Words and music 

by Felix McNeal. Arranged by Pearl Emmons. 

W. H. McClintock, Fort Scott, Kans. 
I Love Thee So. Ballad. Music by May Campbell. 

M. Campbell & Co , St. Louis, Mo. ' 
I'll Go Tell My Mamma On You. Song and refrain. 

Words by Raymond A. Browne. Music by Charles 

Coleman. Frank Tousey, New York. 
I'm a Peach. Song by Theo. A. Metz. White-Smith 

Music Publishing Company, Boston. 
I'm Not Too Old to Love. Song. Words and music by 

Joseph Sharpies, Jr. 

Im Sonnenland. Ballade — 

Fur hohe Stimme. Gedichte von Herm. Schaubert. 
Begleitung des Pianoforte von Erik Meyer-Hel- 
mund. Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
Dasselbe fur tiefe Stimme. Gedicht von H. Schau- 
bert. Begleitung des Pianoforte von Erik Meyer- 
Helmund. Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
Inauguration I No. 9) Marcha. Piano. Genaro Codina. 

Op. 72. A. Wagner y Levien Sues., Mexico. 
Inquietude. Romance sans Paroles. Piano. Par 
Cesar del Castillo. Op. 2. A. Wagner y Levien 
Sues. , Mexico. 
Intermezzo in A fiat and Serenade in D flat (9 and 10). 
Piano. By Granville Bantock. Forsyth & Bros., 
London. 
In the Twilight. (Im Dammerlicht. ) Piano. Ar- 
noldo Sartorio. Op. 274. No. 3. The B. F. Wood 
Music Company, Boston. 
In the Valley. Orchestra and piano. Polka. By 

Pehel. The John Church Company, Cincinnati. 
Irish (The) Street Singer. Song. Words by Thos. le 
Mack. Music by Andrew Mack. Jos. W. Stern & 
Co., New York. 
Italienische Musikanten. Klavierstucke. Von Carl 
Heinrich Doring. Op. 149, No. 4. Schweers & Haake, 
Bremen. 
It Don't Seem Like Home Any More. Words and 
music by Orion F. Dunn. The Helena Music House, 
Helena, Mont. 
I Think of Thee. Piano. Melody. By Richard Goer- 

deler. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
I Wouldn't Dance With You, Jennie. Written, com- 
posed, and sung by Lillie Heidelbach. The Metro- 
politan Music Company, New York. 

(Laudler.) Piano. Aruoldo Saetorio. Op. 274. 

No. 2. The B. F. Wood Music Company, Boston. 

Japanische Hochzeitsmarsch. (March Nuptiale Japon- 

ais. ) For piano. S. Translateur. Op. 85. Bosworth 

& Co., Leipzig. 



Peopeietors. 



Frank Tousey, New York. 



T. B. Harms & Co., 

New York. 
Charles Heywood. 



W. H. McClintock, 

Fort Scott, Kans. 

M. Campbell &Co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 



White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Joseph Sharpies, Jr., Ar- 
ranger and Printer, 

Pawtucket, R. I. 

Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 



Do. 

Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

Do. 

Forsyth & Bros. , London. 



B. F. Wood Music Company, 
Boston. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 

Jos. W. Stern & Co., 

New York. 

Schweers & Haake, Bremen. 



Helena Music House, 

Helena, Mont. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

H. Bauer. 

Do. 
Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Jest Say "Bye-Bye.'' Mah Honey. Words by Raymond 

A. Browne. Music by Charles Coleman. Frank 

Tonsey, New York. 
Kahnfahrt. Piano. Emil Paul. Op. 6, No. 2. D. 

Rahter, Hamburg and Leipzig. 
Kansas City Star. March and Two-step. Piano. First 

and second mandolin and guitar. By A. Liberati. 

Brand Publishing Company, Cincinnati. 
Kate Dalrymple. Song. Words by Mark Ambient. 

Musicby Frederick Bevan. Chappell & Co. , London, W. 
Katherine Valse. Piano. Composed by Edmund Bra- 
ham. Basler's Music House, Pittsburg. 
Keep a Watchin' Dis Coon. Words and music by Ray- 
mond A. Browne. Frank Tousey, New York. 
King Klondike. Two-step. Piano. Composed by Geo. 

Schleiffarth. Fred W. King Music Company, Chicago. 
Kingly (The) Guest. Vocal. An Original Christmas 

Service for Sunday Schools. Edited by Adam Geibel. 

Geibel & Lehman, Philadelphia. 
Kirchenchor (Deri Band. I. No. 4. September, 1897. 

Redigiert von Edmund S. Lorenz. Lorenz & Co., 

Dayton. Ohio. 
Kiss Me. Song and refrain. Words and music by 

Arthur Trevelyan. Frank Tousey, New York. 
Kitty Donahue. Ballad. Words and music by Arthur 

Gillespie. Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York. 
Kitty's Ballade. Aus der Oper "Eddystone." Von 

Adolf Wallnofer. Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig. 
Kitty's Monolog. Ausder Oper Eddystone. Von Adolf 

Wallnofer. Breitkof & Hiiltel, Lepzig. 
Klondike March. (Piano.) Composed in Alaska by 

Mrs. G. W. F. Johnson. Winter & Harper. Seattle, 

Wash. 
Kol Nidre. Piano. By H. A. Russotta. J. Katzeuel- 

enbogen, New York. 
Kol Nidre. Violin. By H. A. Russotta. J. Katzenel- 

enbogen, New York. 
Lament. Piano. Cello or violin. Composed bv Dene 

Scott. Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York. 
Laura. March song. Words and music by Chas. Rob- 
inson. 
Legend in A and Preghiera in E. Piano. By Granville 

Bantock. Forsyth Brothers, London. 
Leuz, Kommherbei. (Spring, Come Again.) (Alt- 

deutsch) fur genischten chor. Max Bruch. Op. 71, 

No. 6. The English words by John Bernhoff Hein- 

richshofen Verlag. Magdeburg. 
Liebesduett. Aus der Oper "Eddystone. " Von Adolf 

Wallnoffer. Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig. 
Little (The) Coquette. (La Petite Coquette.) Ernest 

Simon. Op. 223. Piano. Edited and fingered by 

Carl Lyle. Hatch Music Company, Philadelphia. 
Little (The; Shoe-Black-Boy. Words and music by Ed. 

Rogers. The Metropolitan Music Company, New York. 
Llanto de Omor. Danza para piano y canto. Por 

Francisco Nieto. A. Wagner y Levien Sues., Mexico. 
Lobetanz. Potpourri 1 fur das pianoforte zu zwei 

hiinden. Von Ludwig Thnille. Arrangement von 

Bernhard Wolff. A. Deneke, Berlin, W. 
Lobetanz. Potpourri 1 fur das pianoforte zu vier 

hiinden. Von Ludwig Thuille. Arrangement von 

Bernhard Wolff. A. Deneke, Berlin, W, 



Frank Tousey, New York. 



D. Rahter, 

Hamburg and Leipzig. 
Brand Publishing Company, 
Cincinnati. 

Chappell & Co.. Ltd., 

London, W. 
H. R. Basler, Pittsburg. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

Fred W. King Music Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Geibel & Lehman, 

Philadelphia. 

Lorenz & Co., Dayton, Ohio. 



Frank Tousey, New York. 

Jos. W. Stern & Co. , 

New York. 
Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Mrs. G. W. F. Johnson. 



J. Katzenelenbogeu, 

New York. 
Do. 

B. Feldman, 

Loudon, England. 
Schuster & Son, New York. 

Forsyth Brothers, London. 

Heinrichshofen Verlag, 

Magdeburg. 



Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig. 

Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 

Heiurich Bauer. 

Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

A. Deneke, Berlin, W. 

Do. 



24 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Lobetanz. Potpourri 2 fur das pianoforte zu zwei 

handen. Von Ludvvig Thuille. Arrangement von 

Bernhard Wolff. A. Deneke, Berlin, W. 
Lobetanz. Potpourri 2 fur das pianoforte zu vier 

handen. Von Ludwig Thuille. Arrangement von 

Bernhard Wolff. A. Deneke, Berlin, W. 
Lullaby (A). Words by G. H. R. Dubbs. Music by 

Benoit Hollander. London : Phillips & Page. 
Luz de Mis Ojos Danza para piano y canto. Letra 

de Genaro Cordina. Op. 71. A Wagner y Levien 

Sues., Mexico. 
Magnificat and Nunc Diraittis in D and G. Vocal and 

Organ. By G. Richmond Fleming. Novello, Ewer & 

Co., London aud New York. 
Magnolia Serenade. Violin and piano. J. M. Missnd. 

Arranged by R. Gruenwald. Cundy Music Company, 

Boston. 
Mazurka. Fur pianoforte. Einil Paul. Op. 5. D. 

Rahter, Hamburg and Leipzig. 
Mazurka in E Minor. Piano. By Granville Bantock. 

Forsyth Brothers, London. 
Mazurka. (No. 2 in G.) Violoncello and piano. Fried. 

E.Koch. Op. 17, No. 3. Josef Aibl, Munchen. 
M. C. A. A. March. Two-step. Piano. Chas. H. Kueb- 

ler. Kleintop & Kuebler, Manch Chunk. Pa. 
Meditation in E flat. Piano. By Granville Bantock. 

Forsyth Brothers, Loudon. 
Meeting (The) at the Ball. From the musical poem 

love scenes. Full orchestra. Piano accompaniment. 

Boston, Mass. : Bates & Beudix. 
Mein Charley. Song aud refrain. 

man. Composer, W. Aletter. 

Leipzig. 
Melodic Piano. Emil Paul. 

Rahter, Hamburg aud Leipzig. 
Melodious Harmonies. Budget of music. 

Blake. F. Trifct, Boston, Mass. 
Merrily Gliding Along. (Vocal I J. H. A. J. H. Alle- 

man. 
Merry Monarch's Patrol. For 1 or 2 banjos. By W. F. 

Fletcher. Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
Merry Woodnvmphs. Duets and choruses. For female 

voices. Music by J. Strauss. Adapted and arranged 

by Alice Cary Cooke. E. Witzmann & Co., Memphis, 

Tenn. 
Message on the Train. Orchestra. J. Elmer Grimm. 

Conover Music Company, St. Paul, Minn. 
Metropolitan Coon Songs. Piano. Two-step. By Hein- 

rich Bauer. The Metropolitan Music Co., New York. 
Metropolitan Song Novelties. Waltzes. Piauo part. 

By Heinrich Bauer. Metropolitan Music Company, 

New York. 
Midnight (The) Moou. Four part song. Male voices. 

Words by Richard Henry Buck. Music by Adam 

Geibel. White-Smith Music Pub. Co., Boston. 
Midnight (The) Moon. Four ipart song. Mixed voices. 

Words by Richard Henry Buck. Music by Adam 

Geibel. White-Smith Music l J ub. Co., Boston. 
Mina Day. Waltz for piano or organ. By Clyde C. 
Thompson. 



Text, von P. Gross- 
Bosworth & Co., 

Op. 6, No. 1. D. 



By Charles D. 



A. Deneke, Berlin, W. 

Do. 

Phillips & Page, London. 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

G. Richmond Flemiug. 



Cundy Music Company, 

Boston. 

D. Rahter, 

Hamburg and Leipzig. 
Forsyth Brothers, London. 



Josef Aibl, 



Munchen. 



Kleintop & Kuebler, 

Mauch Chunk, Pa. 
Forsyth Brothers, London. 

Bates & Bendix, Boston. 



Bosworth & Co., Leipzig. 

D. Rather, 

Hamburg and Leipzig. 
F. Trifet. Boston, Mass. 

J. H. Alleman. 

Walter Jacobs, Boston. 

E. Witzmann, 

Memphis. Tenn. 



Conover Music Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Heinrich Bauer. 

Do. 



White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 

Do. 



Clyde C. Thompson. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Mis Cautaris. Vals. Piano. Abundia Martinez. A. 

Wagner y Levien Sues. , Mexico. 
Modern Method for the Eeed Organ. By W. F. Sudds... 
Morgensang. (Morning Soug of Praise.) (Aus Frau 

Aventiure von J. V. Lepeffel. ) Fur genischten chorus. 

Mas Bruch. Op. 71, No. 7. Heinrichshofen Verlag, 

Magdeburg. 
Mnsicklang. (Music's Sweet Voice.) (Altdeutsch.) 

Fiir geuischten chorus. Max Bruch. Op. 71, No. 5. 

The English version by John Bernhoff. Heinrich- 
shofen Verlag. 
My Bike. Action song. Voice and piano. Words and 

music by Annie R. Forder. J. Curwin & Sons, Lon- 
don. 
My Fairyland. Song. Words by Guy Logan. Music 

by Arnold Cooke. Strickland Brothers, Ltd., 

London. 
My Heart's Delight. Song. Words by Alice. Music 

by Andrew Mack. Joseph W. Stern & Co., New 

York. 
My Sweetheart Still. Vocal. Words by C. Violet 

Malotte Wilson. Music by Harry Castleton Wade. 

C. Violet Malotte Wilson, Chicago. 
Narrenfehrt (A Parcel of Fools.) (Altdeutsch) fiir 

genischten chorus. Max Bruch. Op. 71, No. 4. The 

English Version by John Bernhoff. Heinrichshofen 

Verlag, Magdeburg. 
Negro Melody. Quartet and chorus for male voices. 

Arranged by C. F. Shattuck. Geo. Molineux, New 

York. 
New Bedford Semi-Centennial Schottische. 1897. For 

pianoforte. By Albert Labonte. Albert Labonte, 

New Bedford, Mass 
New England (The) Conservatory Course in General 

Sight Heading. The New England Conservatory of 

Music, Boston. 
Night (A) in Spain. Solo, duo, and chorus. For female 

voices. Music by R. Schumann. Adapted and 

arranged by Alice Gary Cooke. E. Witzmann & Co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 
Nocturne. Piano. Ignace Krzyzanowski. Op. 50, 

No. 1. Revises and fingered by Thomas a'Becket. 

Hatch Music Company, Philadelphia. 
Nocturne. Violin and piano. Chas. Mole Fils. Op. 51. 

Cundy Music Company, Boston. 
Nocturne in A. Piano. By Granville Bantock. For- 
syth Brothers, London. 
No More Caresses from You. Waltz song and refrain. 

F. A. Mills, New York. 
Norah Maloy. Song Words and music by Roger Hard- 
ing. Orpheus Music Publishing Co., New York. 
Octave Galop. For pianoforte. Duet. By Albert W. 

Berg. Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York. 
Office (The) for the Holy Communion. (In F.) Vocal. 

(With Benedictus and Agnus Dei ) By Bruce Steane. 

Novello, Ewer & Co.. London and New York. 
Office (The) for the Holy Communion. (In F.) (With 

Benedictus and Agnus Dei.) By J. W. Elliott. Novello, 

Ewer & Co., London and New York. 
Old (The) Rustic Swing. Part song. Male voices. Words 

by Richard Henry Buck. Music by Adam Geibel. 

White-Smith Music Publishing Company, Boston. 

4 T E 



Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

W. F. Sudds. 
Heinrichshofen Verlag, 

Magdeburg. 



Do. 



J. Curwin & Sons, London. 



Strickland Brothers, Ltd., 

London. 

Jos. W. Stern & Co., 

New York. 

C. V. M. Wilson, Chicago. 



Heinrichshofen Verlag, 

Magdeburg. 

Geo. Molineux, New York. 



Albert Labonte, 

New Bedford, Mass. 

The New England Conserva- 
tory of Music, Boston. 

E. Witzmann, 

Memphis, Tenn. 



Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 

Cundy Music Company, . 

Boston. 
Forsyth Brothers, London. 

F. A. Mills, New York. 

Orpheus Music Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Albert W. Berg. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Do. 



White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 



26 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 

Titles. Proprietors. 



Old (The) Enstic Swing. Part song. Mixed voices. 
Words by Richard Henry Buck. Music by Adam 
Geibel. White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Boston. 

One Sweetly Solemn Thought. Solo, trio, and chorus 
for male voices. Music by E. F. Ambrose. Adapted 
and arranged by Alice Cary Cooke. E. Witzmann, 
Memphis, Term. 

Only A Tress of Golden Hair. Song and ballad. Words 
by L. H. Gurney. Music by C. Kinkel. Wm. A. 
Pond & Co., New York. 

Our Childhood Days. Vocal. Written and composed 
by Jennie L. Wade. 

Par Excellence March. Orchestra (two-step) and piano. 
By Otto Auerbach. The John Church Co., Cincinnati. 

Parted. Vocal. Words by D. J. Connelly. Music by 
WalterS. Grieser. Windsor Music Co., Chicago and 
New York. 

Phantasy in D Minor. Piano. By Granville Bantock. 
Forsyth Brothers, London. 

Pilger's Morgenlied. ( Au lila, Wolfgang von Goeth) fur 
Bariton. Richard Strauss. Op. 33, No. 4. Klavier- 
Auszugvon Otto Singer. Ed. Bote&G. Bock, Berlin. 

Please, Mr. Burglar-Man, Won't You Go Away? Words 
by Raymond A. Browne. Music by Charles Coleman. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 

Poets (The). Grand March to the Klondyke. (Piano.) 
By Verne Bestor. Vincent & Co., Chicago, 111. 

Processional March. Piano. Arnoldo Sartorio. Op. 
274, No. 5. The B. F. Wood Music Company, Boston. 

Queen of the Sea. Barcarole. Words by George Cooper. 
Music by H. Millard. Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York. 

Quel Coquin d' Amour. Vaudeville Operette en Trois 
Actes. de L. D' Juin et E. de Noter. Musique de Ar- 
mand Picherau. Choudens Fils, Paris. 

Recuerdo (Un) a Elenita. Piano. Vals. Ramond 
Romero. A. Wagner y Levien Sues., Mexico. 

Regenliedchen. Raiu ditty. Voice and piano. Louis 
V. Saar. English version by Helen D. Tretbar. Ed- 
ward Schuberth & Co., New York. 

Rest. Words by G. H. R. Dabbs. Benoit Hollander. 
London : Phillips & Page. 

Reverie (Une). Violin et piano. Par Annie G. Abram. 
Strickland Brothers, Ltd., London. 

Rhapsode in G. Piano. By Granville Bantock. For- 
syth Brothers, Ltd., London. 

Romance in B flat. Piano. Granville Bantock. Forsyth 
Brothers, London. 

Rose Marie. Orchestra and piano accompaniment. Solo 
for cornet or a trombone. J. L. Molloy. 

Rural Dreams. Two-step. Piano. Julia D. Minnis. 
McArthur & Sons' Music House, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Sabbath Morn. Four part song. Words and music by 
Adam Geibel. White-Smith Music Publishing Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Sabbath Morn. Four part song Mixed voices. Words 
and music by Adam Geibel. White-Smith Music Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston ; Chas. Sheard & Co. , Lon- 
don. 

Sad (The), Sad World. Words by Geo. Bowles. Music 
by Fred. Enstis. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. 



White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 

E. Witzmann & Co., 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Heirs ol Kinkel. 

Americam Musical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
The John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. 
Windsor Music Company, 
Chicago and New York. 

Forsyth Brothers, London. 

Ed. Bote & G. Beck, Berlin. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

L. B. Vincent. 

B. F. Wood Music Company, 
Boston. 
Heirs of H. Millard. 



Choudens Fils, 



Paris. 



Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

C. F. Tretbar, New York. 

Phillips & Page, London. 

Strickland Bros., Ltd., 

London, England. 
Forsyth Brothers, London. 

Do. 

D. Miiller, New York. 

Julia D. Minnis. 

White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company. 

Do. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Sailor's (The) Love Soug. Four part soug. Male voices. 

Words by Marguerite G. Brenueinau. Music by Adam 

Geibel. White-Smith Music Publishing Company, 

Boston ; Chas. Sheard & Co. , Loudon. 
Sailor's (The) Love Soug. Four-part song. Mixed 

voices. Words by Marguerite B. Brenueman. Music 

by Adam Geibel. White-Smith Music Publishing 

Company, Boston. 
Scene Bacchanale. I. Brindisi. From Faust ballet. 

Composed by Ernest Ford. Arranged for pianoforte 

solo by F. A. De Orrellana. Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 
Scherzo Concertante in F. Violoncell and piano. Fried. 

E. Koch. Op. 17, No. 2. Josef Aibl, Miinchen. 
Scherzo in B Minor. Piano. By Granville Bantock. 

Forsyth Brothers, London. 
Schliisseleiu. Fiir hohe Stimme. Julius Gersdorff. 

Begleitung des pianoforte von Erik Meyer-Helmund. 

Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
Schlusselein. dasselbe fiir tiefe Stimme. J. Gersdorff. 

Begleitung des pianoforte von Erik Meyer-Helmund. 

Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
Seabird's (The) Message. Song. Words by Jauet 

O'Marsden. Music by John Abram. Strickland 

Brothers, Ltd., London. 
She's Mah, Wah'm Baby. (Song.) Words by Jas. O'Dea, 

Music by M. B. Garrett. Sol. Bloom, Chicago. 
She's My Girl. [Waltz.] George F. Braham. Orches- 
tra, and My Suckey Sue Schottische. Will H. Friday, 

Jr. Orchestra. D. M filler, New York. 
Shine On, Bright Sunlight. Words by Geo. Bowles, 

Music by Fred Eustis. M. Witmark & Sons, New 

York. 
Silver and Gold. Words by Oscar A. Mueller. Music 

by Fred. Simonson. 
Silver Sails. Descriptive waltz song. Words and music 

by Handel Hastings. New York : The Berg Music 

Company. 
Singer on the Street. Words and music by Horace W. 

Harmeyer. Frank Tousey, New York. 
Sommerlnst im Walde. Fur gemischten chorus. (Sum- 
mer delights in the woods. ) Max Bruch. Op. 71, No. 1. 

The English words from the old German. By John 

Bernhoff. Heinrichshofen, Magdeburg. 
Song (A) of Hermon. Vocal. Words and music by 

Leo Philips, [n. i] 
Songs (The) That Maggie Sings. Ballad. Words and 

Music by Geo. M. Cohan. Jos. W. Stern &Co., New 

York. 
Sonnenblick (Sunny Smiles). Voice and piano. By 

Louis V. Saar. Op. 20, No. 3. The English version 

by Helen D. Tretbar. Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 
Spanish Dance. Piano. (Spanisch.) Arnoldo Sartorio. 

Op. 274, No. 6. B. F. Wood Music Company, Boston, 

Mass. 
Stelldichein (Das) im Stadtgiirteu. Komisches Duett. 

Fiir Zwei Herren. Oder eine Dame eineu Herrn. Von 

Karl Obermeyer. Heinrich von Eude. •Koln a-rh, 

Leipzig. 



White- Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 

Do. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



Josef Aibl, Miinchen. 

Forsyth Brothers, London. 
Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 

Do. 

Strickland Brothers, Ltd., 

London. 

Sol. Bloom, Chicago. 

D. Miiller, New York. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

American Music Company, 
New York. 

The Berg Music Company, 

New York. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 

Heinrichshofen Verlag, 

Magdeburg. 



Leo Philips. 

Jos. W. Stem & Co., 

New York. 

C. F. Tretbar, New York. 



B. F. Wood Music Company, 
Boston. 

G. Schirmer. New York. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Striker's (A) Child. Song and chorus. Words by Peter J. 

Downey. Music by Alfred H. Worts. E. B. Tracy, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Sweet Emmeline. Waltz-song. Words by Chas. F. 

Pidgin. Music by Harry Prendiville. Coupon Music 

Publishing Company, Boston. 
Sweet Bosabelle. Song. Words and music by Jos. 

Sharpies, Jr. [n. i. ] 
Tell Me, My Lady. Ballad. Words and music by 

Barney Fagan. Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York. 
Theodore. Waltz-song. Orchestra. By Louis W. Jones. 

Arranged by J. C. Hansen. Canover Music Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
There's No Coon That's One-Half So Warm. (A negro 

bully song.) Words by James O'Dea. Music by M. 

B. Garrett. Sol Bloom, Chicago. 
Those Happy Days Gone By. Song. Words and music 

by Harry S. Miller. A. Scull & Co., Bridgeton, N. J. 
Time to Go. For 1 or 2 mandolins with quickstep. By 

L. A. Bidez. Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
Todavia te Amo (Still I Love You). Vals. Pouciano G. 

Padilla. A. Wagner y Levien Sues., Mexico. 
Tommy. Vocal. Words and music by Charles Hey wood. 

Hamilton S. Gordon, New York. 
Tom's Ballade. Aus der Oper. "Eddystoue." Von 

Adolf Wallnofer. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 
Topsey-Turvy. Chorus ot Boys and Girls in Unison. 

By Ida Reed Smith. Vincent & Co., Chicago. 
Tout est Fine. Lamento Poesie de Arsene. Houssaye. 

Musique de A. Flegier. No. 2. Pour Baryton or 

Mezzo-soprano. Paris : Enoch & Cie. 
Trio. Fur pianoforte, violine, und violoncell. Emil 

Paul. Op. 7. D. Eahter, Hamburg and Leipzig. 
Trocadero. Spanish dance. [Piano.] By Eichard 

Goerdeler. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Twilight Shadow Waltzes. [Piano.] ByPearle Adele 

Young, [n. i.] 
Unless. Song. Words by Elizabeth Barrett Brown- 
ing. Music by Ethel Beningfield. Chappell & Co., 

Ltd., London, W. 
Verlassen. Gesang pianoforte. (Paul Baehr. ) Hein- 

rich Hofmann. Op. 125, No. 3. Breitkopf & Hartel, 

Leipzig. 
Victoria and Merry England. First clarinet in B flat. 

Grand National Ballet. (Suite 1.) Arthur Sullivan. 

Boosey's Military Journal, Series 103, No. 4. October, 

1897. Boosey & Co., London, W., and New York. 
Victoria March. Two-step. Instrumental. Composed 

by C. A. Duval. Arranged by Theo. H. Northrup. 

J. Whiteson, Chicago. 
Victoria Waltz. [Piano.] By Guglielmo Eicci. New 

York : G. Eicci. 
Vivace. Polka de Concert. Piano. By Percival M. 

Garratt. The Orpheus Music Publishing Company, 

London. 
Viva la Gracia. Sollozos. Para piano. Por Herbert 

Eomo Vergara. A. Wagner y Levien Sues., Mexico. 
Vocal Gems. From comic opera in three acts. ' ' The 

Idol's Eye." Libretto by Harry B. Smith. Music by 

Victor Herbert. Edward Schuberth & Co., New York. 



Peter J. Downev. 



Coupon Music Publishing 
Company, Boston. 

Joseph Sharpies, Jr., 

Pawtucket, E. I. 
Jos. W. Stern & Co., 

New York. 
Canover Music Company, 

St, Paul, Minn. 



Sol Bloom, 



Chicago. 



A. Scull & Co., 

Bridgeton, N. J. 
Walter Jacobs, 

Boston, Mass. 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

Charles Hey wood. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Vincent & Co , Chicago. 

Enoch & Cie. , Paris. 

D. Eahter, 

Hamburg and Leipzig. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

American Musical Associa- 
tion. 
Chappell & Co., Ltd., 

London. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 
Metzler&Co., London. 



J. Whiteson, 



G. Eicci, 



Chicago. 



New York. 



Orpheus Music Publishing 
Company, London. 

Lyon & Healy, Chicago. 

Edward Schuberth & Co., 

New York. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



L' Voodoo. Dance Creole. Piano. W.T.Francis. M. 

Witmark & Sons, New York. 
Wahrsagerin (Die). Fur hohe Stimme. R. Baumbach. 

Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
Wahrsagerin (Die) dasselbe farteife Stimine. Rudolph 

Baumbach. Begleittmg des pianoforte von Erik 

Meyer-Helmund. Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
Walk (A) in the Fields. Piano. (Lpazeergangim Freien.) 

Arnoldo Sartorio. Op. 274. No. 1. The B. F. Wood 

Music Company, Boston. 
Washington March. Military band. J. F. Wagner. 

Op. 310. Henry White, Washington, D. C. 
Watch Hill. One or two banjos. Guitar accompani- 
ment. By W. D. Kenneth. Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
Wedding (The) Day March. Two-step. Orchestra and 

piano. By Julian Edwards. The John Church Com- 
pany, Cincinnati. 
We Never Had a Better Time at Grady's Words and 

music by Harry S. Miller. Metropolitan Music Com- 
pany, New York. 
We Never Meet. Song. [Vocal.] By Jos. Diguam. 

W. J. Lefavonr, Salem, Mass. 
Wenn"s Fruhling Wild. Klavierstucke. Von Carl 

Heinrich Doring. Op. 1 49, No. 1 . Schweers & Haake, 

in Bremen. 
Wer Weiss wil bald. Gesang. Pianoforte. (Paul 

Baehr.) Heinrich Hofmann. Op. 125, No. 5. Breit- 

kopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 
What Is That to You? Song. Words by Chas. B. Hill. 

Music by A. D. Walbridge. Win. A. Pond & Co., 

New York. 
What Might Have Been Can Never Be. Song. Words 

and music by Joseph Sharpies, [n. i.] 
When He Was a Choir Boy. Song and refrain. Words 

by Raymond A. Brown. Music by Chas. Coleman. 

Frank Tousey, New York. 
When Tessie Passes By. Orchestra with piano accom- 
paniment. Waltz. Arranged by D. Miiller. D. 

Miiller, New York. 
Which is My Girl? Words by Chas. Robinson. Music 

by Andrew B. Sterling. The Metropolitan Music 

Company, New York. 
While the Years Roll On. Vocal. Words by Oscar A. 

Mueller. Music by Fred Simonson. [n. i.] 
Why Waitest Thou? Vocal. No. 251. F.J.Crosby. 

Ira D. Sankey. 
Wiegenlied der Verlassenen Fiir hohe Stimme. W. 

Sachs. Begleitung des pianoforte von Erik Meyer- 

Helmund. Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
Wil Mag es nur gekommen Sein. Fiir hohe Stimme. 

Geriicht von Anna Hill. Begleitung des Pianoforte 

von Erik Meyer-Helmund. Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 
Winstanley's Arie Aus der Oper. "Eddystone" von 

Adolf Wallnofer. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 
Witmark (The) Banjo Folio. [Vocal and instrumental.] 

Arranged by G. L. Lansing. M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 
Wohlgemut durch Wald rind Flue. Klavierstucke. 

Von Carl Heinrich Doring. Op. 149, No. 2. Schweers 

& Haake, Bremen. 



M. Witmark & Co., 

New York. 
Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 

Do. 



B. F. Wood Music Company, 
Boston. 

Henry White, 

Washington, D. C. 
Walter Jacobs, Boston. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

H. Bauer. 



W. J. Lefavonr, 

Salem, Mass. 
Schweers & Haake, Bremen. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 



A. D. Walbridge, 

Stackpole, N. Y. 

Joseph Sharpies, Jr., 

Pawtucket, R. I. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 



D. Miiller, 



H. Bauer. 



New York. 



American Music Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
The Biglow & Maine Com- 
pany, New York. 
Otto Forberg, Leipzig. 



Do. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Schweers & Haake, Bremen. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 

Titles. Pkopeietoes. 



You and I. Vocal. Words and music by J. E. Hamil- 
ton S. Gordon, New York. 

You Kiss Me in My Dreams. Song and ballad. Words 
by Neighbor. Music by C. Kinkle. Wm. A. Pond 
& Co., New York. 

You Will Never be a Girl of Mine Again. Words by 
Chas. Robinson. Music by Andrew B. Sterling. The 
Metropolitan Music Company, New York. 



W. T. McKeever. 
Heirs of Kinkel. 



H. Bauer. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— AN INDEX BY NAMES OF PROPRIETORS 



Ahlborn (Albert), New York : 

Boys of '76 March. 
Aibl (Josef), Miinchen : 

Cavatine in A. ( Drei character fcii eke. ) 
Muzurka. No. 2 in G. 
Scherzo concertante (F. ). 
Alleman (J. H.): 

The Coining of the King. 

Merrily Gliding Along. 
Allen (Geo. F.): 

Death is the Victor at Last. 
American Musical Association : 

Our Childhood Days. 

Twilight Shadow Waltzes. 
American Music Co., Milwaukee, Wis.: 

Silver and Gold. 

While the Years Poll On. 
Ascherberg (E.) & Co., London : 

The French Maid. 
Astin (MattieS.) : 

Georgia Fandango. 
Baker (Walter H ) & Co., Boston : 

Edith's Dream. 
Bartlett (Homer N.) : 

Consolation. 
Basler (H. k.), Pittsburg, Pa.: 

Katheriue Valse. 
Bates & Bendix. Boston, Mass. : 

Waltz (The Meeting at the Ball). 
Bauer (Heinrich) : 

Admiration Two-step. 

The Captain with His Whiskers. 

Come Back Ma Sweet. 

Consolation. 

Dolly, Dear. 

I Wouldn't Dance with You, Jennie. 

The Little Shoe Black Boy. 

Metropolitan Song-Novelties Waltzes. 
Bauer (Heinrich): 

Metropolitan Coon Songs Two-step. 

We Never Had a Better Time at ' 
Grady's. 

Which is My Girl? 

You Will Never Be a Girl of Mine 
Again. 
Berg (Albert W.): 

Octave Gallop. 



Berge Music Company, New York : 

Col. Hopkins March. 

Don't Ask Me to Return. 

Silver Sails. 
Bigelow & Main Company, New York : 

Christian Endeavor Army. 

Why Waitest Thou. 
Bloom 'Sol), Chicago: 

She's Mah, Wah'm Baby. 

There's No Coon That's One-half So 
Warm. 
Boosey & Co., London : 

Forgotten. 

The Eternal Spring. 
Bosworth & Co., Leipzig: 

Blauiiugelein. 

Japanischer hochzeitsmarsch. 

Mein Charley. 
Bote (Ed) & Bock G.) Berlin : 

Gigue. 

Hyiunus. 

Pilgers morgenlied. 
Brainard's (S.) Sons Company, Chicago: 

Instrumental Guitar Folio. No. 2. 

Brainard's Mandolin Collection. No. 1. 

Brainard's Mandolin Collection. No. 2. 
Brand Publishing Company, Cincinnati : 

Kausas City Star March. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig : 
Die goldnen sterne. 
Kitty's Ballade. 
Kitty's Monolog. 
Liebesduett. 
Tom's Ballad. 
Verlassen. 

Wer weiss, wie bald. 
Wiuslanley's Arie. 

Campbell (M.) & Co., St. Louis, Mo.: 
I Love Thee So. 

Chappell & Co. , Ltd. , London : 
Hasta Mariana. 
Kate Dalrymple. 
Unless. 

Choudens Fils, Paris : 

Quel Coquen d'Amour. 



31 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Church (John) Co., Cincinnati, Ohio: 

The American Belle March. 

Cotton Blossoms. 

The Darkies' Flirtation Schottische. 

In the Valley. 

Par Excellence March. 

The Wedding Day March. 
Conover Music Company. St. Paul, Minn.: 

Don't Mind Me. 

Go Ask Path. 

Message on the Train. 

Theodore. 
Cook (J. E. V.): 

The Cleveland Exposition March. 
Coupon Music Puh. Co., Boston : 

Sweet Emmeline. 
Cundy Music Company, Boston : 

Chanson Cosaque. 

Danse Espagnole. 

Nocturne. 
Curwin (J.) & Sons, London : 

Fairy May-Day. 

My Bike. 
De Blauck (Hubert): 

Hynmo Bayanies. 
Deneke (A.), Berlin : 

Lobetauz. Potpourri. Nos. 1 and 2. 
Downey (Peter J.): 

A Striker's Child. 
Elliott (Chas. S.) & Co., New York : 

Hope Thou in God. 
Enoch & Cie. , Paris, France : 

Apres l'Angelus. 

Le chant de Alliance Marche. 

Tout est fine Lamento. 
Feldman (B.), London: 

Lament. 
Fleming iG.), Richmond : 

Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis. 
Forber>i (Otto), Leipzig: 

Im Sonnenland. 

Schliisselein. 

Wahrsagerin. 

Wie magesnur gekommen sein. 

Wiegenlied der verlassenen. 
Forsyth Brothers, London : 

An April Shower. 

Caprice, in B. 

Intermezzo, in A. 

Legend, in A. 

Mazurka, in E. 

Meditation, in E. 

Nocturne, in A. 

Phantasy, in D. 

Rhapsode, in G. 

Romance, in B. 

Scherzo, in B minor. 
Geibel & Lehman, Philadelphia : 

The Kingly Guest. 
Goodliffe (J. W.) : 

Do I Remember Mother? 
Hainauer (Julius). Breslau : 

Le Carrillon. 

L' Aurora. 

Fior di Memoria. 



Harms (T. B.) & Co., New York : 

The American Juniors' March. 

If We Should Never Meet Again. 
Hatch Music Company, Philadelphia, Pa. : 

Beside the Christmas Tree. 

Cradle Song. 

Fleeting Joys. 

The Little Coquette. 

Nocturne. 
Heinrichshofen Verlag : 

An die musik. 

Der frohliche musicus. 

Leuz. Komm herbei. 

Morgengesang. 

Musicklang. 

Narzenfahrt. 

Sommerlust im walde. 
Helena Music House, Helena, Mont.: 

It Don't Seem Like Home Any More. 
Heugel & Cie, Paris : 

Bonjour Oolinette. 
Hey wood (Chas. ) : 

I Have No Papa Now. 

Tommy. 
Jacobs (Walter), Boston: 

Merry Monarch's Patrol. 

Time to Go. 

Watch Hill. 
Jennings (J. H.), Providence, R. I.: 

De Coontown Review. 
Johnson (Mrs. G. W. F.) : 

Klondike March. 
Katzenelenbogen (J.), New York : 

Kol Nidre. 
Kett (Geo.) 

Ave Verum. 
King ( Fred W. ) Music Company, Chicago : 

King Klondike. 
Kinkel (C. ), heirs of: 

The Dew Drop. 

Only a Tress of Golden Hair. 

You Kiss Me in My Dreams. 
Kleiutop & Knebler, Mauch Chunk, Pa. : 

M. C. A. A. March. 
Labonte (Albert), New Bedford, Mass.: 

New Bedford semi-centennial schot- 
tische. 
Lefavour (W. J.), Salem, Mass.: 

Fair Nellita. 

We Never Meet. 
Lorenz (E. S.), Dayton, Ohio : 

Gelobet sei der Herr. 

Der kirchenchor. 
Lyon & Healy, Chicago : 

El Amor de Mariquita. 

Apuesta gauada. 

Ag. Ruperta. 

La Canastilla de Boda. Mazurka. 

El Eco de las Mandolinas. 

Golden Stars. 

Inauguracion marcha. 

Inquietude. 

Llanto de amor. 

Luz de Mis Ojos. 

Mes Cantaris. 



32 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Lyon & Healy, Chicago : 

Recuerdo a Elinita. 

Todavia te amo. 

Viva la gracia. 
McCliutock (W. H.), Fort Scott, Kans. : 

I Love Only You. 
McFerriu (Chas. B. ), Terre Haute, Ind. : 

Heart's Response. 
McKeever (W. T.) : 

You and I. 
Metzler & Co. , London : 

Victoria and Merrie England. 
Millard (H.), Heirs of : 

Queen of the Sea. 
Mills (F. A ) : 

No More Caresses From You. 
Minnis (Julia D.) : 

Rural Dreams. 
Molineux (Geo ), New York : 

Negro Medley. 
Miiller (D.), New York : 

El Escorial. 

Rose Marie. 

She's My Girl. 

When Tessie Passes By. 
National Music Company, Chicago : 

Barcarolle. 
New England (The) Conservatory of Music, 
Boston, Mass.: 

General Sight Reading. 
Nordheimer (A. and S. ), Toronto : 

Bermuda's Coral Strand. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., London : 

Eight Children's Songs. 

Office of the Holy Communion. 

Scene Bacchanale. 
Oberly (Mrs. M. J. F.), Indianapolis: 

Grand March of Col. W. F. Cody. 
Orpheus Music Publishing Co., New York : 

Norah Maloy. 

Autumn Memories. 

Vivace. 
Philips (Leo) : 

A Song of Hermon. 
Phillips & Page, London : 

Actseton. 

Ariel. 

Calypso. 

A Lullaby. 

Rest. 
Powell (Mrs. Watkin G.) : 

The Answer. 

Cradle Song. 

Cupid Kissed Me. 
Prescott (Sadie Elizabeth) : 

The Company Two-step. 
Rahter (D.), Hamburg and Leipzig : 

Albumblatt. 

Froher Sinn. 

Kahnfahrt. 

Mazurka. 

Melodie. 

Trio. 
Reynolds (Mrs. Isie H.) : 

Diamonds of Dew. 



Ricci (G.), New York: 

Victoria. Waltz. 
Sawyer (Henry S.), Chicago: 

Eternity. 
Schirmer (G. ), New York : 

Das stelldichein im stadtgarten. 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston : 

The Alpine Rose. 

The Bugle Call March. 

Cheerfulness. 

Flower Greeting. 

I Think of Thee. 

Trocadero. 
Shuberth (Edward) & Co., New York: 

Vocal Gems from "The Idol's Eye." 

The Idol's Eye. Comic opera. 

Talk About Yo' Luck. 

Fairy Tales. Waltz song. 

Tom and Jack. 

The Lady and the Kick. 
Schuster & Son, New York : 

Laura. 
Schweers & Haake, Bremen : 

Auf der Aim. 

Auf der Kirchweih. 

Italienische Musikanteu. 

Wenn's Friihling Wird. 

Wohlgemut Durch Wald und Flur. 
Scull (A.) & Co., Bridgeton, N. J. : 

Those Happy Days Gone By. 
Setchell G. W.), Boston: 

The Dandy Seventh March. 
Sharpies (Jos.), Jr., Pawtucket, R. I. : 

I'm Not too Old to Love. 

Sweet Rosabelle. 

What Might Have Been Can Never Be. 
Stern (Jos. W.) & Co., New York : 

Dove Song. 

The Irish Street Singer. 

My' Heart's Delight. 

Kitty Donahue. 

The Songs that Maggie Sings. 

Tell Me, My Lady. 
Strickland Brothers, London : 

Christ is Risen. 

My Fairyland. 

Une Reverie. 
Thompson (Clyde C.) : 

Mina May. 
Tousey (Frank), New York : 

Before She Went Back Home Again. 

When He Was a Choir-Boy. 

I Don't Want to go to Heaven. 

I'll go Tell My Mamma on You. 

Just Say "Bye-Bye," Mali Honey. 

Keep a Watchin' Dis Coon. 

Kiss Me. 

Please, Mister Burglar-Man, Won' You 
go Away? 

The Singer on the Street. 
Tretbar (C. F.), New York : 

Heimliche liebe. 

Regenliedchen. 
Trifet (F.), Boston, Mass: 

Melodious Harmonies. 



33 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Turkey (G.S.), Reading. Mass.: 

Eibel schott. 
Vincent (L. B.), Chicago, 111.: 

The Poet's Grand March to Klondike. 

Topsy Turvy. 
Vincent (L. 0.1. and Vincent (L. B.), 
Chicago : 

Dolly, Why Don't You Grow ? 
Walbridaie (A. D.), Stackpole. N. Y. : 

What is That to You? 
Wayne (P. T.): 

Governor's Guard Grand Waltz. 
White (Henry), Washington, D. C. : 

Washington March. 
White-Smith Music Pub. Co., Boston : 

The Midnight Moon. 

The Old Rustic Bridge. 

Sabbath Morn. 

The Sailor's Love Song. 
Whiteson (I.), Chicago: 

Hattie, the Idol of the Day. 

Victoria March Two-step. 
Wilson (C. V. M.), Chicago: 

My Sweetheart Still. 
AVindsor Music Company, New York : 

Parted. 



Witmark (M.) & Sons, New York : 

Dolly Serenade. 

The Graduates Two-step. 

The Sad, Sad World. 

Shine On, Bright Sunlight. 

S' Voodoo, Dance Creole. 

Witmark Banjo Folio. 
Witzmann (E.) & Co., Memphis, Tenn.: 

The Butterfly and the Flowers. 

Fairy Revels. 

Fishermaidens. 

Gathering the Grain. 

Merry Woodnymphs. 

A Night in Spain. 

One Sweetly Solemn Thought. 

Wood (B. F.), Music Company, Boston, 
Mass : 

Country Dance. 

Happy Youth. 

In the Twilight. 

Processional March. 

Spanish Dance. 

A Walk in the Fields. 

Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr. ), Leipzig: 
Blonde Gretelein. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Der Liebesgott. Von L. Varney. (Received Sept. 13, Albert Ahn, 

1897.) Cologne, Germany. 

Phyrne. Von L. Auge de Lassus and C. Saint-Saens. Do. 

(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Der Bareuhauter. Yon Hermann Wette. (Received Do. 

Sept. 13, 1897.) 
Washington, or the Revolution. Act 2. By Ethan Ethan Allen. 

Allen. 

The Sunny South j Albert A. Andruss. 

The Vizier's Daughter. By Rene Strette. (Received ' Rene Strette, New York. 

Sept. 13, 1897.) 



MAPS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Map of the Consolidated Traction Company's Lines. 

Newark, Jersey City, and Elizabeth, N. J. (Received 

Sept. 17, 1897.) 
"Going to Klondyke." (Received Sept. 13, 1897) 



Map of North and South Frankfort, Mich. (Received 

Sept. 16, 1897.) 
City of Minneapolis, Minn. (Received Sept. 13, 1897)... 



Alaska. (Received Sept. 13, 1897). 



5 T E 



Charles G. Barlow, 

New York. 

May Bloom, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
F. S. Haswell, Aral, Mich. 

Minneapolis Directory Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. 

North American Transporta- 
tion and Trading Company, 
Chicago, 111. 



34 

MAPS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Map of Omaha, Nebr., and Environs for 1897. (Received Transrnississippi Publishing 

Sept. 13, 1897.) Company, Omaha, Nebr. 

Texas. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) University Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Map of Chelsea, Everett, Revere, and Winthrop. (Re- Geo. H. Walker & Co., 

ceived Sept. 16, 1897.) Boston, Mass. 

Connecticut. (Received Sept. 17, 1897) Bo. 

Union City, Tenn. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) Sanborn-Perris Map Com- 
pany, New York. 

Arlington, Mass. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) Do. 

Groveton, N. H. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) Do. 

Shelbyville, Ky. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) Do. 

Philipsburg, Pa. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) Do. 

Martin, Tenn. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) Do. 

New Richmond, Ohio. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) Do. 

Attica, Ohio. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) Do. 

Ossian, Iowa. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) Do. 

Sherman, Tex. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) Do. 

Port Deposit, Mo. (Received Sept. 14, 1897) Do. 

New Hampton, Iowa. (Received Sept. 14, 1897) Do. 

Paris, Tex. (Received Sept. 14, 1897) Do. 

Frederica, Del. (Received Sept. 14, 1897).... | Do. 

Honesdale, Pa, (Received Sept. 14. 1897) i Do. 

New Shoreham, R. I. (Received Sept. 14, 1897) Do. 

Dixon, 111. (Received Sept. 17, 1897) Do. 

Upper Sandusky, Ohio. (Received Sept. 17, 1897) Do. 

Pittsburg, Kans. (Received Sept. 17, 1897) Do. 

New Milford. Pa. (Received Sept. 17, 1897) | Do. 

Great Bend, Pa. (Received Sept. 17, 1897) Do. 

Blairsville, Pa. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 



ENGRAVINGS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Returning from Market. (Received Sept. 15, 1897). 



Minding Her Geese. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) 

"A Danseuse." (Received Sept. 15, 1897) 

Sweet Blossoms. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) 

A Good Scoulding. ( Received Sept. 15, 1897)... 
The River Dart, England 



Under Shelter. 
Cleaning House. 

16, 1897.) 
Tea and Gossip. 

16, 1897.) 
The Physician. 

16, 1897.) 
The Cook. By Maud Humphrey. 

1897.) 
Maternal Cares. By Maud Humphrey. (Received Sept. 

16, 1897.': 
The News of the Day. By Maud Humphrey. (Received 

Sept. 16, 1897.) 
The Merchant. By Maud Humphrey. (Received Sept. 

16, 1897.) 



(Received Sept. 15, 1897) 

By Maud Humphrey. (Received Sept. 

By Maud Humphrey. (Received Sept. 

By Maud Humphrey. (Received Sept. 

(Received Sept. 16, 



Boussod, Manzi & Joyant, 

Paris, France. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Carson & Simpson, 

Philadelphia. 
P. Outin, Paris, France. 

Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



35 



ENGRAVINGS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



By Maud Humphrey. (Received | Frederick A. 



Stokes Com- 
New York. 



Ye Summer Girl. 

Sept. 16, 1897.) pany, 

Calling. Bv Maud Humphrey. (Received Sept. 16, Do. 

1897.) 
A Little Golfer. By Maud Humphrey. (Received Do. 

Sept. 16, 1897.) 
The Seamstress. By Maud Humohrev. (Received Do. 

Sept. 16, 1897.) 
The Artist. Bv Maud Humphrey. (Received Sept. Do. 

16, 1897.) 

California, 1849— Alaska, 1897 E. A. Wright, 

Philadelphia, Pa 



PHOTOGEAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Reading the Declaration of Independence. (Received 

Sept. 14, 1897.) 
Hermes of Praxiteles. Olympia. (Received Sept. 16, 

1897. ) 
Nauahoe. Nos. 843 and 844. (Received Sept. 16, 1897). 
Marietta. Nos. 887 and 888. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 
Carl's Combination Stamp. (Received Sept. 13, 1897)... 
Making Hay While the Sun Shines. (Received Sept. 15, 

1897.) 

Marie Janseu. No. 131. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

Harry Gilfoil. No. 1. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) 

Beasey Sisters. Nos. land 2. (Received Sept. 16, 1897). 
Alice Thill. Nos. 17 and 18. (Received Sept. 13, 1897). 
Sylvia Lisle. Nos. 1, 2, and 3. (Received Sept. 13, 

1897). 
Little Dorothy. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

Mary Marble. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

Moll Pitcher. (Received Sept. 15, 1897 1 

Dedication of Cayuga Island by President McKinley. 

(Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 
xll03. Looking for a Man. (Received Sept, 18, 1897).. 

xll05. What Do You Think It Was? (Received Sept, 

18, 1897.) 
xll06. A French Breakfast. (Received Sept. 18, 1897).. 
xlllO. Having It Cut Curly. (Received Sept. 18, 1897). 
xlll2. A Teaspoonful Every Three Hours. (Received 

Sept. 18, 1897.) 
xll24. An Intruder. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

16801. Just to Think ! Twins to Begin With. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 18, 1897.) 

16802. Back From the Klondike. (Received Sept. 18, 
1897.) 

16803. I'm a Grandpap. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

16804. Young Man, What Are Your Intentions? (Re- 
ceived Sept. 18, 1897.) 

16805. A Pleasant Evening at Home. (Received Sept. 
18, 1897.) 

16809. His Favorite Flower. (Received Sept. 18, 1897). 

168 1 0. Now, Don't Stay Late, Jack. (Received Sept. 18, 
1897.) 



i J A. Anderson, 

Rose Bud Agency, S. Dak. 
C. D. Arnold, Buffalo, N. Y. 



c. 


E. 


Bolles, 
Do. 


Brooklyn 


N. Y 


A 


C 


Carle, 


Lowell. 


Wash 


J. 


w 


. Dunn 


St. Louis, Mo 


B. 


J. 


Falk, 


New York 






Do. 










Do. 










Do. 










Do. 






Sears Gallag 


lier, 





Boston, Mass. 

F. W. Guerin, St. Louis, Mo. 

G. L. Hurd, Providence, R. I. 
H. F. Nielson, 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Wm. H. Rau, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



30 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



16811. Stolen Kisses. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

16812. Yes, I will go, if You will Bring the Tandem. 
(Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 

16813. I Must Have Had a Good Time. (Received Sept. 
18, 1897.) 

16814. "Bliss." (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

16815. "Bliss" Disturbed. (Received Sept. 18, 1897).. 

16816. Did You Ring, Sir? (Received Sept, 18, 1897)... 
16825. Santa Claus Caught in the Act. (Received Sept. 

18, 1897.) 

16827. Early Christmas Morning. (Received Sept. 18, 
1897.) 

16828. Happy Children. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

16830. Christmas Dolls. (Received Sept. 18,1897) 

16831. Christmas Toys and Joys. (Received Sept. 18, 
1897.) 

16832. Grandpa's Visit, (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

16833. Children's Christmas Dinner Party. (Received 
Sept. 18, 1897.) 

16834. Saying Grace. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

xl096. Ring Around a Rosey. (Received Sept. 16, 

1897.) 
xl097. Baby's Happy Hour. (Received Sept. 16, 1897).. 

xl098. After a Full Meal. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

xl099. I Am Sure Something Moved. (Received Sept, 

16, 1897.) 
xllOl. The New Woman Barber. (Received Sept, 16, 

1897.) 

xll04. Finding the Man. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

xll07. Tripping the Light Fantastic. (Received Sept, 

16, 1897.) 
xllOS. He Rules the Roost. (Received Sept. 16, 1897)... 
xll09. A Chip of the Old Block. (Received Sept. 16, 

1897.) 
xllll. What Is Home Without a Mother-in-Law. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 16, 1897.) 

xlll3. A Night of Labor. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

xlll4. A Midnight Prowler. (Received Sept. 16, 1897).. 
xll!5. Your Future Troubles Will Be Little Ones. 

(Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 
xlU6. Teaching Polly to Swear. (Received Sept. 16, 

1897.) 

xlll7. Three Jolly Girls. (Received Sept, 16, 1897) 

xlllS. A High Kicker. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

xlll9. They're Out of Sight. (Received Sept. 16, 1897).. 

xll21. Sweet Melodies. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

xll22. Trying to Peep. (Received Sept. 16,' 1897) 

xll23. In the Wrong Room. (Received Sept. 16, 1897).. 

xll25. The Pillow Fight. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

xll26. Midnight Gossip. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

xll28. The Good Story. No. 1. (Received Sept. 16, 

1897.) i 

xll29. The Good Story. No. 2. (Received Sept, 16, 

1897.) F 

xll56. Learning to Coast— the Start. (Received Sept 

16, 1897.) y 

xll57. Learning to Coast— the Finish. (Received Sept. 

16, 1897.) 
1160. In a Strange Country With a Wheel. (Received 

Sept. 16, 1897.) 



Wm. H. Rau, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



37 



PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



(Received Sept. 16, 

Rounds. (Received 

(Received Sept. 16, 



xll61. Bicycle Girls Fording. (Received Sept, 16, 1897).. 

xll62. Three of a Kind. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

16791. Dressing the Bride. (Received Sept. 16, 1897).... 

16792. Bride Ready for Ceremony. ( Received Sept. 16, 
1897.) 

16793. Visions of the Future. (Received Sept. 16, 1897).. 

16800. "Hello." (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

16806. The Old, Old Story. (Received Sept. 16, 1897)... 
16808. Mother is in Dreamland. (Received Sept. 16, 

1897.) 

16818. When a Man isSingle. (Received Sept. 16, 1897).. 

16819. The Last Drop. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

16820. The Nightcap. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

16822. His Wife Laying Down the Law. (Received 
Sept. 16, 1897.) 

16823. Dreaming of Santa Claus. 
1897.) 

16824. Santa Claus Making His 
Sept. 16, 1897.) 

16826. Santa Claus's ; ' Good-bye.' 

1897.) 
16828. Praying for Dolly. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

16840. Come, Dolly, Get Up. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

16841. ''Angel Mother." (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

16842. The Morning Bath. (Received Sept 16, 1897).... 

16844. Dressing After the Bath. (Received Sept, 16, 1897; 

16846. The Sponge Bath. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) 

16847. Playiug with the Governess. (Received Sept. 16, 
1897.) 

16848. The Three Cherubs in a Tub. (Received Sept. 
16, 1897.) 

16835. London Bridge is Falling Down. (Received 

Sept. 18, 1897.) 
16837. Spanking Dolly. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

16843. The Twins' Bath. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

16845. Your Turn Next. (Received Sept. 18, 1897) 

Taylor Hose Company, No. 1, Meadville. Pa, (Received 

Sept. 13, 1897.) 
5041. Characteristic Holland. (Received Sept. 13, 1897).. 
6064. Dining Room, Planters' Hotel, St. Louis, Mo. 

(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

6077. The Living Shield. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) 

6078. President McKinley in Full View of Veterans. 
(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

6079. The Nation's Heroes. (Received Sept, 13, 1897)... 

6080. Bovs Who Marched in '61. (Received Sept. 13, 
1897.) 

6081. Under the Grand Old Flag Again. (Received 
Sept. 13, 1897.) 

6082. The Defenders of Our Flag. (Received Sept. 13, 
1897.) 

6083. The President's Carriage Heading Procession. 
(Received Sept. 13, 1897.) 

5043. Do You Like Butter? (Received Sept. 18, 1897)... 
6033. "Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater." (Received Sept. 

18, 1897.) 
6047. Utah in 1847— Pioneer Jubilee, Salt Lake City. 

(Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 
6049. The Basket— Pioneer Jubilee. Salt Lake City. 

(Received Sept, 18, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



Wm. H. Rau, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

B. L. Singley, 

Do. 
Do. 



Meadville, Pa. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



38 



PHOTOGEAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pbopeietobs. 



6066. Calvary Cemetery. St. Louis, Mo. (Received B. L. Singley, 

Sept. 18, 1897.) 
6068. Shaw's Garden, St. Louis, Mo. (Received Sept. 

18, 1897.) 

6070. Union Station, St. Louis, Mo. (Received Sept. 18, 
1897.) 

6071. National Cemetery, St. Louis, Mo. (Received 
Sept. 18, 1897.) 

6074. The Birthday Party. (Received Sept. 18, 1897)... 

6075. The Great American Bed-Bug. (Received Sept. 
18, 1897. ) 

6076. "The Needle's Eve That Doth Supply, Etc." 
(Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 

6084. We'll Defend That Good Old Flag, for Which 

Our Fathers Fought. (Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 
The Old Draw. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) J. G. Tirrell, 

New Bedford, Mass. 
View from Rocky Point. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) O. Westerman, 

Breckenridge, Colo. 



Do. 


Meadville, Pa 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 
Do. 




Do. 




Do. 





LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Sponge Fishing. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) H. L. Ettman & Co., 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Lenox Soap. (Received Sept. 13, 1897) The Proctor & Gamble Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

John the Baptist Beheaded. (Received Sept. 15, 1897)... Providence Litho. Co., 

Providence, R. I. 

The Wheat and the Tares. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 

Jesus and the Sabbath. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 

Warning and Invitation. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 

The Twelve Sent Forth. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 

The Call of Matthew. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 

Jesus and John. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 

Jesus Tempted. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 

Beginning of the Ministry of Jesus. (Received Sept. 15, Do. 

1897.) 

The Beatitudes. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 

How to Pray. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 

Our Father's Care. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Do. 

Joie and Jupiter, the Famous Leaping Ponies. (Re- The Strobridge Litho. Co., 

ceived Sept. 13, 1897.) Cincinnati, Ohio. 



PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Double Amaryllis. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) j Peter Henderson & Co., 

New York 

Had to Come Back to His Klondike. (Received Sept. 
18, 1897). 

The Return of the Popular and Harmless Game of Foot- 
ball. (Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 

With Better Times Comes the Mad Rush for Speculation. 
(Received Sept. 18, 1897.) 



The Judge Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 



39 

PKINTS— Continued. 



Titles. Proprietors. 



Judge's Puzzle Pictures. Base-ball Players. (Received The Judge Publishing Corn- 
Sept. 18, 1897.) pany, New York. 

At Home. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) The Proctor & Gamble Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Ready for Battle. (Received Sept. 16,1897) Do. 

Form Analysis of a Savage Hexagon. Ornaments 1 and 2. Conrad Rossi-Diehl, 

(Received Sept. 14, 1897.) New York. 



DESIGNS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Autumn Gown With Flounced Skirt. (Received Sept. Harper & Bros.. New York. 
18, 1897.) 

Gossip by the Wayside. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Liebenroth, Von Auw & Co., 

New York. 

Music Cover Design. (Received Sept, 17, 1897) ; Henry Litolff's Verlag, 

Braunschweig, Germany. 



CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Condensed Calendar. By Wm. Cooper. (Received Wm. Cooper, Verbena, Ala. 
Sept. 13, 1897.) 

Day's Atomic Chart. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) Williard G. Day, 

Baltimore, Md. 

100 Writing Lessons. (Received Sept. 16, 1897) H. W. Flickinger, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Dance of the Demons. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) Regina Music Box Company, 

Rahway, N. J. 
Do. 
Do. 



Espana Waltz. (Received Sept. 15, 1 897 ) 

Poet and Peasant. (Received Sept. 15, 1897) 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES OF BOOKS 



AND 



OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. O, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, FROM SEPTEMBER 20 TO SEPTEMBER 25, 1897, INCLU- 
SIVE, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES 
IN THE OFFICE. 



ISTo. 325. 



WASHINGTON : 

GOVERN ME NT PRINTING OB" KICK. 
1897. 



Treasury Department, 

Office oj the Secretary, 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks. 



BOOKS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



School Reading by Grades. Fifth Grade. By James 

Baldwin. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 
Word Primer. By William Swinton. (Received Sept. 

24, 1897.) 
A Popular Chemistry. By J. Dormau Steele. (Received 

Sept. 24, 1897.) 
The Great Composers Classical Period. By Thomas W. 

Surette. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Syllabus of a Six Course Lecture on Shakespeare. By 
Albert H. Smyth. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Francis Amasa Walker. By Hon. Carroll D. Wright. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Going To. By E. K. Ansorge. (Received Sept. 25, 



1897.) 
Expiacion. 

1897.) 
The Story 

Sept. 22, 
Fortuue's 



Por la Sefiora Wood. (Received Sept. 22, 



By H. W. Conn. 



(Received 
(Received 



of Germ Life. 
1897.) 

Footballs. By G. B. Burgin. 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Traumatic Injuries of the Brain and Its Membranes. 

By Charles Phelps, M. D. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Lectures on the Malarial Fevers. By William Sydney 

Thayer. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
The Hall of Shells. By Mrs. A. S. Hardy. (Received 

September 24, 1897.) 
TheRecord. (Received Sept. 23, 1897) 



School Gymnastics. Free Hand. By Jessie H. Ban- 
croft. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Digest of Decisions of Supreme Judicial Court of Massa- 
chusetts. Vol. 3. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 

The Code of Civil Procedure of New York. By R. M. 
Stover. Vols. 1, 2, and 3. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

La Comedie Humaine. Vol.11. A Double Family. A 
Study of Woman, Etc. By Honore de Balzac. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Half Dime Library. No. 1052. (Received Sept. 25, 1897). 

Dime Library. No. 987. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Higher English. By J. N. Patrick, A. M. (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Advisory Rates for Fire and Tornado Insurance. Vols. 
20, 190. 351, 374, and 378. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Mission Book for the Single. By Ferreol Girardey. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Selections for Idiomatic Translation. By M. D. Berlitz. 
(Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

The Art of Compounding. By Wilbur L. Scoville. 
(Received Sept. 21, 1897. ) 

(3) 



American Book Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

American Society for Exten- 
sion of University Teach- 
ing, Philadelphia, Pa, 
Do. 

American Statistical Associa- 
tion, Boston, Mass. 
E. K. Ansorge, 

Green Bay, Wis. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New Vork. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Association of American 
Draftsmen, 

Washington, D. C. 
Jessie H. Bancroft, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Banks & Bros., New York. 

Do. 

Geo. Barrie & Son, 

Philadelphia. 

Beadle & Adams, New York. 

Do. 
W. B. Bectold, St. Louis, Mo. 

H. Bennett, 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Benziger Brothers, 

New York. 
Berlitz & Co., New York. 

P. Blackiston, Son & Co., 

Philadelphia. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Business Up to Date. By H. J. Bostwick. (Received 

Sept. 21, 1897.) 
Nutricion y Salad. By Dr. T. J. Biggs. (Received 

Sept. 21, 1897.) 
Enoch Arden and the Two Locksley Halls. By Alfred 

Tennyson. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Electrician's Handy-Book. Edited by A. E. Watson. 

(Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Illustrated Catalogue of Electrical Supply Company. 

(Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Selected Cases on the Law of Sales. By Francis M. 

Burdick. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries in 

New France. 1610-1791. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Manual of Politics and Finance. (Received Sept. 20, 

1897.) 
Art Treasures. Sections 29, 30, 31, and 32. (Received 

Sept. 20, 1897.) 
De Amicitia. By M. Tullius Cicero. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
American Contributions to Civilization. By Charles 

W. Eliot. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Napoleon. Part 20. By William M. Sloane. (Received 

Sept, 20, 1897.) 
Records of New Amsterdam. Vol. 3. By Berthold 

Fernow. 
Dotty Dimple at School. 

Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Dotty Dimple's Flyaway. 

Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Morocco. Vols. 1 and 2. 

(Received Sept. 25, 1897 
Instruction Paper: Mine Surveying and 

(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Key to Question Paper : Dynamos and Motors. 

1, 2, and 3. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Question Paper : Hot Water Heating. (Received Sept. 

25, 1897.) 
The American Stamp Exchange. (Received Sept. 25, 

1897.) 
The Growth of Christianity. By Joseph Henry Crooker. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Computation Forms for Practical Astronomy. By 

Herman S. Davis. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Every Man His Own Weather Prophet. By A. J. De 

Voe. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Catalogue of Eugene Dietzgen Company. 1897-98. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
A Few Testimonial Letters. (Received Sept, 22, 1897). 

The Romance of the Irish Stage. By J. Fitzgerald 

Molloy. Vols. 1 and 2. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Witch Winnie in Venice. By Elizabeth W. Champney. 

(Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 
By a Hair's Breadth. By Headon Hill. (Received Sept. 

20, 1897.) 
Hanna Ann. By Amanda M. Douglas. (Received Sept. 

20, 1897.) 
Subject Index to Prose Fiction. By Zella Allen Dixson. 

(Received Sept, 24, 1897. ) 



By Sophie May. (Received 

By Sophie May. (Received 

By Edmondo de Amicis. 
) 

Mapping. 

Parts 



Proprietors. 



H. J. Bostwick, 

Elkhart, Ind. 
Bovinina Company, 

New York. 
Calvin S. Brown, 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Bubier Publishing Com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 
Loren W. Burch, 

Madison, Wis. 
Francis M. Burdick, 

New York. 
The Burrows Brothers Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Calderwood & Heffron, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Carson & Simpson, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
The Century Company, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

The City of New York. 

Rebecca S. Clarke, 

Boston, Mass. 
Do. 

Henry T. Coates & Co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
The Colliery Engineer Com- 
pany, Scranton, Pa. 
Do. 

Do. 

M. Cornish, 

Washington, D. C. 
| J. H. Crooker, Troy, N. Y. 

' Herman S. Davis, New York. 

A. J. De Voe, 

Hackensack, N. J. 

Eugene Dietzgen Company, 

New York. 

The Joseph Dixon Crucible 

Company, Jersey City, N.J. 

Dodd, Mead& Co., 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Children at Sherburne House. By Amauda M. 

Douglas. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
The Sunday Bicycle. Bv William Nast Brodbeck, D. D. 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Illustrative Notes on Sunday School Lessons for 1898. 

(Received Sept, 24, 1897.) 
La Grammaire en Action. By B. Maurice. (Received 

Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Three Margrets. By Laura E. Richards. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Improved Gas and Gasoline Engines. 

23, 1897.) 
The Cedar Star. By Mary E. Mann. 

24, 1897.) 
Outlines of Zoology. By Noble M. 

ceived Sept. 20, 1897.) * 
A Text-Book of Cookery. By Emma P. Ewing. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897') 
The Isle That is Called Patmos. 

Geil. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Four Books of Homer's Odyssey. 

mour. (Received Sept. 25, 1897. 
Eight Books of Homer's Odyssey. 

rin and Thomas Day Seymour. 

1897. ) 
Life and Travels of Addison Coffin. By Addison Coffin. 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 
The Power of Woman. Part 2. By Archibald Claver- 

ing Gunter. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 
Costs in Gold. By James Halliday. (Received Sept. 24, 

1897. ) 
Nan in the City. By Myra Sawyer Hamlin. (Received 

Sept. 24, 1897.) 
The Gallinaceous Game Birds of America, By Daniel 

Giraud Elliott. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 
My Studio Neighbors. By William H. Gibson. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Three Operettas. By H. C. Bunner. (Received Sept. 

24, 1897.) 
Style Book for 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 24, 1897) 



(Received Sept. 
(Received Sept. 
Eberhart. (Re- 



By William Edgar 

By Perrin & Sev- 

) 

By Bernadotte Per- 

( Received Sept. 21, 



A Sun's Victory. By Fannie E. Newberry. (Received 

Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Prospectus of the American Inventors' Association. 

(Eeceived Sept, 24, 1897.) 
Standard Eleclrical Dictionary. By T. O'Conor Sloane. 

(Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
A Manual of Legal Medicine. By Justin Herold, A. M. 

(Received Sept, 22, 1897.) 
Stirpiculture. By M. L. Holbrook, M. D. (Received 

Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Laboratory Directions in General Biology. By Harriet 

Randolph.- (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
The Elements of Geometry. By Henry W. Keigwin. 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897.') 
Musician or Musical Kindergarten. By Mary Horton. 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Manual of Music. ByBenj. Jepson. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
The History of England to the Accession of the Stuarts. 

By Elizabeth Kendall. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 
Eatou & Mains, New York. 

Do. 

Eldredge & Bros. , 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Estes & Lauriat, 

Boston, Mass. 
The Fairbanks Company, 

New York. 
R. F. Fenno&Co., 

New York. 
A. Flanagan, Chicago, 111. 

Flood & Vincent, 

Meadville, Pa. 
William E. Geil, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ginn & Co., Boston, Mass. 

Do. 



Girls' Aid Committee ot 

North Carolina. 
A. C. Gunter, New York. 

James Halliday, New York. 

Myra S. Hamlin. 

Francis P. Harper, 

New York. 
Harper & Bros., New York. 

Do. 

Hart, Schaffner & Marx, 

Chicago, 111. 
M. C. Hazard. 

W. F. Henderson, 

Washington, D. C. 
Norman W. Henley & Co. , 

New York. 
Justin Herold, New York. 

M. L. Holbrook, New York. 



Henry Holt & Co., 
Do. 



New York. 



Mary Horton, 

Providence, R. I. 
Benjamin Jepson, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Elizabeth Kendall, 

Wellesley College, Mass. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



(Re- 



"Boodler Treasurers. " By J. Hanold Kendall. (Received 

Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Guideposts, or the Progress of the World. (Received 

Sept. 23, 1897). 
The Producer Consumed. By S. S. King. (Received 

Sept. 20, 1897.) 
A Three Year Preparatory Course iu French. Bv Charles 

F. Kroeh. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Theory of Music. By J. H. Kurzenknabe. (Received 

Sept. 21, 1897.) 
A Life Pension Policy Plan. By A. H. Lanphear. 

ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Minor Liens of Kings County, N. Y. By George Spar- 
row, A. M. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
A Text Book of Practical Therapeutics. By Hohart 

Arnory Hare. 
Practical Diagnosis. By Hobart Amory Hare. (Received 

Sept. 25, 1897.) 
The Hermit of Nottingham. By Charles C. Abbott. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Barbara. By Mrs. Alexander. (Received Sept. 22, 1897)., 
Three Pretty Maids. By Amy E. Blanchard. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
A Knight of Philadelphia. By Joseph A. Altsheler. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Chalmette. By Clinton Ross. (Received Sept. 24, 1897).. 
The Practice of Surgery. By Henry R. Wharton and 

B. Farquhar Curtis. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
The Parisians. Vols. 1 and 2. By Edward Bulwer 

Lytton. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Glismont. By Edda Lythwyn. (Received Sept. 20, 1897). 

Thanks. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

The Big Horn Treasure. By John F. Cargill. (Received 

Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Slide- Valves. By C. W. MacCord, Jr. (Received Sept. 

21, 1897.) 
Reports of the Supreme Court of Iowa. Vol. 3. (Re- 
ceived Sept 25, 1897.) 
Robinson Crusoe. (Received Sept. 24, 1897) 



The Child's Palette Painting Book. Nos. 1 and 2. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Singing Verses for Children. By Lydia A. Coonley, 

Frederic W. Root, and others. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Selections from Youth's Companion. Nos. 10, 11, 12, 

and 13. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Keene System for Individual Accounts. By Wallace 

L.Mason. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
The Junior Encyclopedia Britannica. Vols. 1, 2, and 3. 

Edited by L. Brent Vaughan. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
Easy Lessons in Mechanical Drawing. By J. G. A. 

Meyer. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
American and English Corporation Cases. Vol.6. Edited 

by Thomas J. Michie. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Japan. Sections 3 and 4. Edited by Captain F. Brmk- 

ley. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Julia Agrippina. By Miss L. Mitchell. (Received Sept. 

20, 1897.) 



Pbopbietobs. 



J. H. Kendall, Reading, Pa. 

E. Kimber, Chicago, 111. 

S. S. King, Kansas City, Mo. 

Charles F. Kroeh, New York. 

J.H. Kurzenknabe Company, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 
A. H. Lanphear, M. D. 

Lawyers' Real Estate Agency, 
New York. 
Lea Brothers & Co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do. 

J. B. Lippincott Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Little, Brown & Co., 

Boston, Mass. 
Edda Lythwyn. 
E. A. McBreen, New York. 
A. C. McClurg & Co., 

Chicago, 111. 
C. W. MacCord, Jr., 

Auburn, N. Y. 
W. M. McFarland, 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
McLoughlin Brothers, 

New York. 
Do. 

The Macmillan Company, 

New York. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 

W. L. Mason & Co., 

Keene, N H. 
E. G-. Melvin&Co., Chicago. 

J. G. A. Meyer, New York. 

Geo. R. B. Michie & Co., 
Northport, Long Island, 
New York. 
J. B. Millet Company, 

Boston, Mass. 
Miss L. Mitchell, 

Baltimore, Md. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Morning Star Symbols. Fourth Quarter. (Keceived 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

The American Thug. By Old Sleuth. (Received Sept. 
22, 1897.) 

Old Sleuth Library. No. 78. (Received Sept. 22, 1897).. 

Old Cap. Collier Library No. 721. (Received Sept. 25, 
1897.) 

The Business Guide or Safe Methods of Business. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

Graded Lessons in Arithmetic. Grade 2. By "Wilbur F. 
Nichols. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Questions and Answers on Common Law. By Wilber 
A. Owen. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

The Count of Nideck. By Ralph Browning Fiske. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Der Weltgeist unde die PfafTen. Von August Partz. 
(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Queen of the Jesters. By Max Pemberton. (Received 
Sept. 22,1897.) 

The Hamlet on the Hill. By William H. Phipps. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Baltimore City Business. 1897-98. (Received Sept. 25, 
1897.) 

Elementary Course in Art Instruction. Books 3 and 4. 
(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Ruth Bergen's Limitations. By Marion Harland. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Walled In. By William O. Stoddard. (Received Sept. 
21, 1897.) 

Ye Nexte Thyuge. By Eleanor Amerman Sutphen. 
(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Expansive Delusions. Chap. 15. (Received Sept. 24, 
1897.) 

John Robbins Manufacturing Company Catalogue. 
1897. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

The Procession of Flowers in Colorado. By Helen 
Jackson. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

The Little Red Schoolhouse. By Evelyn Raymond. 
(Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Moliere. Vol. 5. Translated By Katherine P. Worme- 
ley. (Received Sept. 25, 1897. ) 

Rich Enough. By Leigh Webster. (Received Sept. 24, 
1897.) 

Torpeanuts the Tomboy. By Lily F. Wesselhoeft. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Facts and Figures. Fall, 1897. (Received Sept. 21, 1897).. 

Livery. 1897. (Received Sept. 24, 1897) 

The Emphasized New Testament. By Joseph B. Bother- 
ham. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Goldenrod Farm. By Jennie M. Drinkwater. (Received 
Sept. 24, 1897.) 

The House of Armour. By Marshall Saunders. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 

The Campaign of Marengo. Bv Herbert H. Sargent. 
(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Constitutional Studies. By James Schouler. (Received 
Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Men Who Have Made the Fifth Ward. By H. L. 
Schroeder and C. W. Forbrich. (Received Sept. 23, 
1897. ) 



Proprietors. 



Morning Star Publishing- 
House, Boston, Mass. 
George Munro's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
J. L.Nichols & Co., 

Naperville, 111. 
Wilbur F. Nichols, 

Holyoke, Mass. 
Wilber A. Owen, 

Washington, D. C. 
L. C.Page & Co., 

Boston, Mass. 
August Partz, Philadelphia. 

Max Pemberton, 

London, England. 
W. H. Phipps, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
R. L. Polk & Co. , 

Baltimore, Md. 

Prang Educational Company, 

Boston. 

Fleming H. Revell Company, 

New ^ork. 

Do. 

Do. 
C. C. Ritter, Muncie, Ind. 
Dwight C. Robbins, Boston. 
Roberts Brothers, Boston. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Rogers, Peet & Co. , 

New York. 
Do. 
J. B. Rotherham, 

Loudon, England. 
A. J. Rowland, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Do. 

Herbert H. Sargent, 

Fort Wmgate, N. Mex. 
James Schouler, 

Boston, Mass. 
H. L. Schroeder, Jr., 

Chicago, 111, 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Last Cruise of the Mohawk. By W. J. Henderson. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 25, 1897.) 

The Border Wars of New England. By Samuel A. 
Drake. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

American Nobility. By Pierre De Coulevain. (Received 
Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Standard School Physiology. By Russell B. Smith and 
Everett C. Willard. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Mobile Business and Strangers' Guide. 1897-98. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 25, 1897.) 

The Stoughton Directory. 1897-98. (Received Sept. 21, 
1897.) 

Trading Stamp Book. Easton, Pa. (Received Sept. 17, 
1897.) 

Kiser Will Have to Make Seven Starts to Re-Enter. 
(Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Items of Interest Regarding the Racing Men. (Received 
Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Fashion Catalogue. No. 91. 1897-98. (Received Sept. 

23, 1897.) 

State Control of Trade and Commerce. By Albert 

Stickney. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
The Love Affairs of Some Famous Men. (Received 

Sept. 21, 1897.) 
The Old Log Cabin Library. No. 445. ( Received Sept. 

21, 1897.) 
Red, White, and Blue Library. No. 47. (Received 

Sept. 24,1897.) 
Diamond Dick, Jr., Library. No. 50. (Received Sept. 

24, 1897.) 

New Nick Carter Library. No. 39. (Received Sept. 

24, 1897.) 
Tip Top Weekly. No. 76. (Received Sept. 24, 1897). .. 
Steel Plate Fans. Catalogue No. 96. (Received Sept. 

21, 1897.) 
Glen St. Mary Nurseries. 1898. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Student's Hand Book of Mushrooms of America. By 

Thomas Taylor. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Teasdale's Dying and Cleaning Works. (Received Sept. 

24, 1897.) 
Links of Gold. By Harriet A. Cheever. (Received 

Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Ancient Wisdom. By Annie Besant. (Received Sept. 

20, 1897.) 
Encyclopaedia of Pleading and Practice. Vol. 9. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 21, 1897.) 

The Science of Discourse. By Arnold Tompkins. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 
The Trust Book for 1897-98. (Received Sept. 21, 1897). 

Turner's York County Directory. 1897-98. (Received 

Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Flight of the Tartar Tribe. By De Quincey. (Received 

Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Laws of Iowa. (Code Revision of 1897.) (Received 

Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Reliable Prescriptions. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) , 

Supreme Court Reporter. Vol. 17. (Received Sept. 20, 

1897.) 



Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

R. B. Smith and E. C. Wil- 
iard, Stamford, Conn. 

Southern Development and 
Pub. Co., Mobile, Ala. 

A. B. Sparrow & Co., 

Shirley, Mass. 
Sperry & Hutchinson, 

New York. 
F. Ed. Spooner, Chicago, 111. 

Do. 

Stern Brothers, New York. 

Albert Stickney, New York, 

Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

B. F. Sturtevant Company, 

Boston, Mass. 
Geo. L. Taber, 

Glen St. Mary, Fla. 
Thomas Taylor, 

Washington, D. C. 
Wm. R. Teasdale, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 
J. H. Tewksbury. 

Theosophical Publishing So- 
ciety, New York. 
Edward Thompson Com- 
pany, Northport, Long 
Island, N. Y. 
Arnold Tompkins, 

Campaign, 111. 
Trust Book Company, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
A. R.Turner Publishing Com- 
pany, Auburn, Me. 
Geo. A. Wauchope, 

Iowa City, Iowa. 
J. W. Weed, Corning, Iowa. 

R. J. Weeks, Norman, Okla. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Federal Reporter. Vol.80. (Received Sept. 20, 1897). 

Colorado Reports. Vol. 23. (Received Sept. 21, 1897).. 

Wm. D. Clarke— Town Crier. (Received Sept. 20, 1897). 
Elements of Astronomy. By Chas. A. Young. (Received 
Sept. 25, 1897.) 



Peopeietoks. 



West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

C. H. S. Whipple, Secretary 

of State, Denver, Colo. 

H. S.Wyer, Nantucket, Mass. 

Charles A. Young, 

Princeton, N. J. 



NEWSPAPER ARTICLES. 

Classified under term. " Books " according to copywright law. 
(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Fashions of New York. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Syndicate Pages A, B, and C. (Received Sept. 20, 1897), 

Taste in Interiors. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Wary of Tariff War. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Is Russia Plotting with the Ameer? (Received Sept. 21, 

1897.) 

Take Bismarck's Tip. (Received Sept. 14, 1897) 

Russia is Suspected. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Reyna Barrios, Soldier of Fortune. By Irving King. 

(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Dove Rock Day. By John Walker Harrington. (Received 

Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Latest Facts About the Human Brain. By D. F. St. 

Clair. (Received Sept, 23, 1897.) 
M. Quad Page. By Chas. B. Lewis. (Received Sept. 23, 

1897.) 
The Black Hoodoo. By Chas. Kelsey Gaines. (Received 

Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Struck by a Boomerang. By Frank R. Stockton. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897.) 
A Problem in Honor. By Octave Thanet. (Miss Alice 

French.) (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Judith of Keye's Grif. By Amelia E. Barr. (Received 

Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Eddie. By Willis Emery. (Received Sept. 24, 1897).... 
Performing Bedbugs that Astonish Paris. By H. D. 

Jones. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
All About the Woman of Fashion. By Annie Laurie 

Woods. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
To Live Well On Two Dollars a Week. By Annie 

Laurie Woods. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Parisian Freaks in Umbrella Handles. By H. D. 

Jones. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Pets On Bicycles. By J. L. Heaton. (Received Sept. 23, 

1897.) 
The Misfit Ghost. By W. W. Metcalf. (Received Sept. 

23, 1897.) 
A Tumbling Race. By I. D. Marshall. (Received Sept. 

23, 1897.) 
Ellen Osborn's Fashion Letter. By Ellen Osborn (E. 

Heaton) . (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
America's Auxiliary Ships Useless. By G. G. Bain. 

(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Caught Smuggling Pepper in the Tires of Bicycles. By 

H. D. Jones. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

2 T E 



American Press Association, 
New York. 

Do. 
Belle Archer, New York. 
Associated Press, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Uncle Sam's Experiment With Street Car Letter Boxes. 
By H. D. Jones. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Golf Is a Jolly Game for Lookers-On. By Curtis 
Brown. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

A Visiting Cloak. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

A Midnight Ride. By P. Y. Black. (Received Sept, 20, 
1897.) 

The Senorita de los Lobos. (Chaps. 4-7.) By Frank 
W. Calkins. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Course in Literature and Literary Criticism. 16 — Victor 
Hugo. (Concluded.) By John E. Bryant. (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Course in Literature and Literary Criticism. 17 — 
Bjornstjerne Bjornson. (Continued.) (Received Sept. 
25, 1897.) 

Course in Literature and Literary Criticism. 17 — 
Bjornstjerne Bjornson. Biography. By John E. 
Bryant. (Received Sept, 24, 1897.) 

School Ideas. A Teacher's Course. 11 — Books and Edu- 
cation. (Concluded.) By John Miller, M. A. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Course in Popular and Applied Science. 27 — The Voice 
and the Ear. By William J. Hopkins. (Received 
Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Course in Popular and Applied Science. 28 — El ectricity. 
By William J. Hopkins. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Lorraine. A Romance. Chaps. 1-6. By Robert W. 
Chambers. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

' ' Monseigneur. ' ' By Samuel Freedman. (Received Sept. 
23,1897.) 

The Standard Bearer. By S. R. Crockett. (Received Sept. 
24,1897.) 

A Master of Indirection. Chaps. 34-38. By T. Austin 
Dailey. (Received Sept, 25, 1897. ) 

The Coffer-Dam Process for Piers. 11 . (Received Sept. 
24,1897.) 

Is She a Queen? By Edward Fuller. Chap. 1. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Autumn Styles in Paris. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Short Talks to Physicians. (Sixth Series) 13-30. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 23, 1897.) 

Education. Chap. 19. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

The Natural Method of Bible Study. (20th and 21st 
Lessons. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Simon Dale. Chaps. 11-13. By Anthony Hope. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Colors and Varnishes. By Georges Halphen. (Con- 
tinued.) (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

A Systematic Method of Testing Varnish, Japans, Fixed 
Oils, Lubricating Oils, Spirits, Syrups, etc. Chap. 3. 
(Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

The Trade in Live Stock. Sept. 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, and 
22. (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

A Million of Money. Chaps. 11-20. By John K. Leys. 
(Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

In Nature's Waggish Mood. Part 4. By Paul Heyse. 
Translated by Harriet Lieber Cohen. (Received Sept. 
23, 1897.) 

The Bold Privateer. By Geo. L. Kilmer. (Received 
Sept. 25, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 

S. M. Baldwin. 
P. Y. Black. 

Frauk W. Calkins. 

Chicago Record, Chicago. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 
Do. 

S. R. Crockett, London. 

T. Austin Dailey. 

Charles Evan Fowler. 

Edward Fuller. 

Nina Goodwin. 
M. P. Gould, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Winchester Hall. 
C. M. Harless. 

A. H. Hawkins, London. 

G. B. Heck el. 

Do. 



Kansas City Star Company, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
John K. Leys. 

Living Age Company, 

New York. 

S. S. McClure, New York. 



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BOOKS (NEWSPAPER ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


Silvestro's Sycamore. By Gerald Brenan. (Received 

Sept. 25, 1897.) 
A Midnight Ride in Mashonaland. By P. Y. Black. 

(Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Mrs. Hearne's Chauvies. By Paul Kester. (Received 

Sept, 25,1897.) 
Trumpeter Fred. By Captain Charles King, U. S. A. 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 


S. S. McClue, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

F. Tennyson Neely, 

New York. 



The Outlook in India. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 
Reminiscences of Society in New York. Chap. 27. By 

an Old New Yorker. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Real Yanderbilt Baby. (Received Sept. 24, 1897) 

Vanderbilt Baby Born to a Dukedom. (Received Sept. 

20,1897.) 

Dingley on the Deficit. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Wales His Godfather. (Received Sept. 21. 1897) 

Dead in the Thames. (Received Sept, 21 , 1897) 

Much Abused Old Lady. (Received Sept 20, 1897) 

Spain Would Make a Good Fight. (Received Sept. 20, 

1897.) 

700 Pounds of Gold. (Received Sept. 24, 1897) 

World Has Opened Skague Trail. (Received Sept. 24, 

1897.) 

The Coming Styles. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

In Fashion's Domain. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Cruise of the Clara Belle. Chaps. 7-8. By H. E. Scott. 

(Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
The Seminole of To-Day. By J. W. Stranahan. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Yukon Gold Seekers. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

A Cottage by the Volga. By Stepniak. (Received Sept. 

20, 1897.) 
Little Kyuse. ByCyWarman. (Received Sept. 29, 1897).. 
A Railway Emergency. By Cy Warman. (Received 

Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Shrewsbury. Chaps. 33-38. By Stanley J. Weyman. 

(Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 
The Talking String. By Martha M'Culloch Williams. 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Exiled to Siberia. Chaps. 25-27. By William Murray 

Gray don. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 



New York Times, New York. 
Morris Phillips & Co., 

New York. 
Press Pub. Co., New York. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Henriette Rousseau. 

Do. 
H. E. Scott. 

J. W. Stranahan and H. A. 

Ernst. 
C. S. M. Syndicate. 
Tillotson & Sons, New York. 

Cy Warman. 
Do. 

Stanley J. Weyman, London. 

Martha M'Culloch Williams. 

Woolfall Publishing Com- 
pany. 



PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. Sept. 20-26, 1897. 



Abendblatt der New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. Sept. 18, 

20-24, 1897. 
Advance Reports. Legal Intelligencer. Sept. 24, 1897. 



Albany Law Journal. Sept. 18, 1897 

Amateur Athlete. Sept. 16 and 23, 1897 

American Architect and Building News. Sept. 18, 1897., 



New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Co., Boston, Mass. 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 
New York. 

Frank Reeder, Secretary of 
State of Pennsylvania. 

Albany Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 

Amateur Athlete News Com- 
pany, New York. 

American Architect and 
Building News Company, 
Boston, Mass. 



12 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


American Digest. No. 127. P. 1 309 


West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

American Field Publishing 

Company, New York. 

American Florist Company, 

Chicago, 111. 

American Machinist Publish- 


American Field. Sept. 25, 1897 

American Florist. Sept. 18, 1897 


American Machinist. Sept. 23, 1897 


American Medical Journalist. September, 1897 


ing Company, New York. 
Chas W Fassett 


Architecture and Building. Sept. 18, 1897 


St. Joseph, Mo. 
W. T. Comstock, New York 


Army and Navy Register. Sept. 25, 1897 


L. L. Thompson, 

Washington, D. C. 


Army and Navy Weekly. Sept. 25, 1897 


Atlantic Monthly. October, 1897 


New York. 
Houghton, MirHin & Co., 

Boston, Mass. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Ind. 
Vechten Waring, New York. 
New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Co., Boston, Mass. 
Baptist Young People's 
Union, Chicago, 111. 
Walter H. Marsh, 


Ave Maria. Sept. 26, 1897 

Baby land. Sep tember , 1897 


Baby Pathfinder Railway Guide. Sept. 15, 1897 


Baptist Union. Sept. 24, 1897 


Boston Glass of Fashion. October, 1897 


Boston Sunday Globe. Sept. 19, 1897 


Boston, Mass. 
The Globe Newspaper Com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
Post Pub. Co., Boston 


Boston Sunday Post. Sept. 19, 1897 


Bradstreet's. Sept. 25, 1897 


The Bradstreet Company, 

New York. 
Brooklyn Life Publishing 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
The Buyers' Reference Com- 
pany, New York. 
The Cassell Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Catholic News Publishino 1 


Brooklyn Life. Sept. 25, 1897 


Buyers' Reference. September, 1897 


Cassell' s Family Magazine. October, 1 897 


Catholic News. Sept. 26,1897 


Catholic World. October, 1897 


Company, New York. 
A. F. Hewit New York 


Central Law Journal. Sept. 17 and 24, 1897 


Central Law Journal Com- 


Child Garden. September, 1897 


pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Child Garden, Chicago 111 


Christian Herald. Sept. 22, 1897 


Louis Klopsch, New York. 
The Church Choir Company, 
New York. 
The Trades Weekly Com- 
pany, New York. 
Peter Fenelon Collier 


Church Choir. September, 1897 


Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. Sept. 24, 1897... 
Collier's Weekly. Sept. 23, 1897 


Commercial and Financial Chronicle. Sept. 25, 1897 


New York. 
William B. Dana Company, 

New York. 
The Royal Pattern Com- 
pany, New York. 
Current Literature Publish- 




Current Magazine. September, 1897 


ing Company, New York. 
Britton Company, 

Chicago, 111. 
Emil Grossman & Bro 


Cycling Gazette. Sept. 23, 1897 


Daily RacingForm. Sept. 18-24, 1897 


Cleveland, Ohio. 
F. H. Brunell, Chicago, 111. 



13 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Demorest's Family Magazine. October, 1897. 

Dry Goods Economist. Sept. 18, 1897 

Education Extension. September, 1897 

Electrical Engineer. Sept. 16 and 23, 1897.... 

Electrical World. Sept. 18, 1897 

Engineering Eecord. Oct. 2 and Oct. 9, 1897. 



Examiner. Sept, 23, 1897 

Farm and Home. Sept. 15, 1897. 



Farm Implement News. Sept. 23, 1897., 

Farm Machinery. Sept. 21, 1897 

Federal Reporter. Vol. 81, No. 9 

Forest and Stream. Sept. 25, 1897 

Garden and Forest. Sept. 22, 1897 



Godey's Magazine. October, 1897 

Golden Days. Oct. 2 and Oct. 9, 1897. 



Golden Hours. Oct. 2, 1897 

Golden Moments. September, 1897. 



Golden Rale. Sept. 16 and Sept. 23, 1897. 
Great Round World. Sept. 23, 1897 



Grocers' Regulator. Sept. 23, 1897 



Happy Days. Oct. 9, 1897 

Harper's Bazar. Sept. 25, 1897 

Harper's Monthly Magazine. October, 1897 

Harper's Round Table. Sept. 21, 1897 

Harper's Weekly. Sept. 25, 1897 

Helpful Thoughts. September, 1897 



Home Study. September and October, 1897.. 
Horseman. Sept. 21, 1897 



Illustrated American. Sept. 25, 1897 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. Sept. 19, 1897. 



Illustrated Electrical Review. Sept. 22, 1897 
Illustrated Family Herald. September, 1897. 



Illustrated Police News. Sept. 25, 1897. 

Industrial Amity. September, 1897 

Jewelers' Weekly. Sept. 22, 1897 



Jewish Comment. Sept. 24, 1897. 



Proprietors. 



Demorest Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Textile Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Cleary Publishing Company, 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 
The Electrical Engineer, 

New York. 
W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 
Engineering Record, 

New York. 
Examiner Co., New York. 
The Phelps Publishing Com- 
pany, Springfield, Mass. 
Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Midland Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn 
Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
Garden and Forest Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
TheGodey Co., New York. 
James Elverson, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
S. W. Lane & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
Golden Rule Co., Boston. 
William Beverley Harison, 

New York. 
Reid, Murdoch & Co. , 

Chicago, 111. 
Frank Tousey, New York. 
Harper & Bros. , New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Helpful Thoughts Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 
The Colliery Engineer Com- 
pany, Scranton, Pa. 
Chicago Horseman News- 
paper Company, Chicago. 
Lorillard Spencer, New York. 
Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N Y. 
Electrical Review Publishing 
Company, New York. 

S. W.Lane & Co.. 

Augusta, Me. 
Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

O. J. Casey, Chicago, 111. 

Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 
"The Publishers," 

Baltimore, Md. 



14 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Journal of the American Medical Association. Sept. 

18, 1897. 
Journal of the United States Artillery. July-August, 

1897. 

Judge. Oct. 2, 1897 

Judge's Library. October, 1897 

Ladies' World. October, 1897 

Landwirthschaftliche Beilage. Sept. 24,1897 

Lawyers' Reports Annotated. July 15, 1897 

Legal Intelligencer. Sept. 24, 1897 

Leslie's Weekly. Sept. 23, 1897 

Life. Sept. 23, 1897 

Lippincott's Magazine. October, 1897 

Mackey A B C Guide. Sept. 25, 1897 

Medical News. Sept. 25, 1897 

Medical Record. Sept. 25, 1897 

Metropolitan. October, 1897 

Military Gazette. Sept. 18, 1897 

Mind. October, 1897 

Minneapolis Daily Report, Sept. 16, 17, 18 and 20, 21, 22, 

1897. 
Missionery Review. October, 1897 

Municipality and County. September, 1897 

Musical Age. September 23, 1897 

National Farmer. September, 1897 

National Police Gazette. Oct. 2, 1897 

New England Homestead. Sept. 18-25, 1 897 

New England Master-Builder. Sept. 18, 1897 

New Jersey Contractor. Sept. 16,1897 

New York Clipper. Sept. 25, 1897 

New York Family Story Paper. Oct. 9, 1897 

New York Fireside Companion. Oct. 16 and 23, 1897.... 

New York Herald. Sept. 18-24, 1897 

New York Journal. Sept. 18-24, 1897 

New York Ledger. Sept. 25, 1897 

New York Medical Journal. Sept. 18, 1897 

New York Supplement and Session Laws. Sept. 11, 1897.. 

New York Supplement and State Reporter. Sept. 1 6, 
1897. 



Peopeietoes. 



American Medical Associa- 
tion, Chicago, 111. 
Journal of United States 
Artillery, Fort Monroe, Va. 
Judge Pub. Co. , New York. 

Do. 
S.H. Moore & Co., 

New York. 
Westliche Post Association, 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. 
Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 
Mitchell & Miller, 

New York. 
J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
ABC Guide Co., New York. 
Lea Bros. & Co., New York. 
Wm. Wood & Co. , New York. 
Blakely Hall, New York. 
Military Pub. Co., Chicago. 
The Alliance Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Chas. Rees, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New York. 
J. Henry Wood, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 
S.W. Lane & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
Richard K. Fox, New York. 
Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
H. H. Lepper, Boston, Mass. 
A. H. Ringier, 

West Hoboken, N. J. 
Frank Queen Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 
Geo. Munro's Sons, 

New York. 
James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
W. R, Hearst, New York. 
Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 

Banks & Bros, and James B. 

Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 



15 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 


Proprietors. 


New York Times Sept 18-24 1897 


New York Times Company, 
New York. 
Do. 


New York Times Week]}' Sept 25 1897 


New Yorker Staats-Zeituno- Sept 18-24,1897 


New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 




New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

J. H. Miller, Lincoln, Nebr. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Orange Judd Company, 

Chicago, 111. 
American Publishing and 
Engraving Co. , New York. 
Outlook Co., New York. 
West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Trade News Publishing Corn- 


Northwestern Monthly. September 1897 


Our Productions. Sept. 18, 1897 


Outlook. Sept. 25,1897 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 12 


Paintin 0, and Decorating. Sept. 15, 1897 


Pennsylvania County Court Reports. Sept. 25, 1897 

People's Home Journal. October, 1897 


pan v, New York. 
T. & J. W. Johnson, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
F. M. Lupton, New York. 
S. W. Lane & Co., 


People's Literary Companion. September, 1 897 


Philadelphia Inquirer. Sept. 18-24,1897 


Augusta, Me. 
Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. 
The Phonographic Institute 
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
The Macmillan Company, 

New York. 
Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
The Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 
Editors of Political Science, 


Phonographic Magazine. Sept. 15, 1897 


Physical Review. August, 1897 


Pittsburg Daily News. Sept. 18-24,1897 


Pittsburg Times. Sept. 18-24, 1897 


Political Science Quarterly. September, 1 897 


Puck. Sept. 29, 1897 


Boston, Mass. 
Wilbur B. Ketcham, 

New York. 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 
Rider and Driver Publishing 


Rider and Driver. Sept. 25, 1897 


Russell's Convention Dates. Sept. 18,1897 


Company, New York. 
Hamlin Russell, 


St. Louis Market Reports. Sept. 15, 1897 


Newark, N. J. 
Mound City Paint and Color 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. 
James Elverson, 


Saturday Night. Oct. 9 and 16, 1897 


School Journal. Sept. 25, 1897 


Philadelphia, Pa. 
E. L. Kellogg & Co., 

New York. 
Munn & Co New York. 


Scientific American. Sept. 25, 1897 


Scribner's Magazine. October, 1897 


Chas. Scribner's Sons, 


Sonntagsblatt der New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. Sept. 

19, 1897. 
Shipping and Commercial List. Sept. 25, 1897 


New York. 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 

Shipping and Commercial 

List Company, New York. 

West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Do. 


Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, No. 15 





16 



PERIODICALS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Standard. Oct. 2, 1897 . 

Street and Smith's New York Weekly. Oct. 9, 1897... 
Students' Reporting Journal. September, 1897 

Sun. Sept. 18-24, 1897 

Sunday School Times. Sept 25, 1897 

Sunshine. September, 1897 

Superintendent and Foreman. Sept. 21, 1897 

Theosophy. October, 1897 

Tobacco. Sept. 17, 1897 

Town Talk. Sept. 25, 1897 

Town Topics. Sept. 23, 1897 

Truth. Oct. 2, 1897 

United States Courts of Appeals Reports. Sept. 15, 1897.. 
U. S. Navy and Marine Corps Directory. September, 

1897. 
Up-To-Date. Sept. 25, 1897 

Viavi Cause. Sept. 18, 1897 

Vogue. Sept. 23, 1897 

Waverly Magazine. Oct. 2, 1897 

Western Electrician. Sept. 18, 1897 

Western Painter. September, 1897 

What to Eat. October, 1897 

Woman's Home Companion. October, 1897 

Wool Eecord. Sept. 21, 1897 

Word and Works. October, 1897 

World. Sept. 18-24, 1897 

World's Sunday Magazine. Sept. 19, 1897 

Yellow Book. October, 1897 , 

Young People's Weekly. Sept. 26, 1897 

Youth's Companion. Sept. 23, 1897 



Peopkietoes. 



Standard Press, New York. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
S. J. Carroll, 

Wheeling, W. Va. 
Sun Printing and Publishing 
Association, New York. 
John D. Wattles & Co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
S. W. Lane & Co., 

Augusta, Me. 
Joseph Van Ness, 

Boston, Mass. 
Theosophy Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
T. H. Delano Publishing 
Company, New York. 
Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 
Town Topics Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Truth Company, New York. 
Banks & Bros., New York. 
L. L. Thompson, 

Washington, D. C. 
Up-To-Date Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
H. & H. E. Law, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Fashion Co., New York. 

Moses A. Dow, Boston, Mass. 
Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Charles H. Webb, 

Chicago, 111. 
Pierce & Pierce, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Mast, Crowell&Kirkpatrick, 

Springfield, Ohio. 

Wool Eecord Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Word and Works Publishing 

Company, St. Louis, Mo. 

Press Pub. Co. , New York. 

Do. 
Howard, Ainslee & Co. , 

New York. 
David C. Cook Publishing 
Company, Elgin, 111. 

Perry Mason & Co. , 

Boston, Mass. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles, followed by an index of proprietors.) 



Abschied No. 2. (Parting.) See Jost, J.W. 
Adagio. 4. See Fries, Phil. 

After the Rain. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Eleanor 
Smith. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 



The Macmillan Company, 

London and New York 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Alborada. Aubade espagnole pour piano. Par B. M. 

Colomer. F. Janin et ses fils, Lyon. (Received Sept. 
, "24, 1897.) 
Al La Ga Zarn. Zulu march. Song and chorus. 

Words bv Monroe H. Rosenfeld. Music by Theo. A. 

Metz. New York : Willis Woodward & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897. ) 
All Hail the Power. (Miles' Lane.) No. 154. W. 

Shrubsole. Arranged by J. F. Bridge. London and 

New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 

23,1897.) 
A. L. March. Second mandolin part. By A. Lopes. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
A. L. March. First mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by 

A. Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 

22,1897.) 
All Praise to Thee. (LausDeo.) No. 85. By John E. 

West. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 

Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
All Things Bright. (God in Nature.) No. 403. By J. 

Stainer. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 

Co. ( Received Sept. 23, X897. ) 
Alpenrosen. (Alpine Roses.) Gavotte fur pianoforte. 

Von Wilh. Aletter. Gehriider Hug & Co., Leipzig. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Amateur (The) Cornetist. Vol, 3, 201-300. A series of 

100 national and operatic airs and choice songs. Se- 
lected and arranged by Carl Sohst. Carl Fischer, 

New York. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 
Among the Poppies. Mazurka. [Piano.] Carl Angeloty. 

(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Andante. 1. See Fries, Phil. 
Andante Cantabile. 5. See Fries, Phil. 
Andante Maestoso Religiose 3. A. Miiller. See Fries, 

Phil. 
Angels from the Realms. (Minster.) No. 404. By C. 

S. Jeykell. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 

& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Angels from the Realms of Glory. Christmas carol. 

Wm. Arms Fisher, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Angels We Have Heard on High. Christmas carol. 

[Vocal.] Sisters of Mercy, Manchester, N. H. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Annie Laurie. In key of D. First mandolin. (Solo.) 

Arranged by A. Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897. ) 
Aria of Leonora. On Rosy Wings of Love Depart. 

II Trovatore. Verdi. First mandolin. (Solo.) 

Arranged by A. Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Aria of Leonora. On Rosy Wings of Love Depart. 

"II Trovatore." Verdi. Second mandolin part. By 

A. Lopes, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
As in the Days When First We Met. Song. Words by 

William Gardner. Music by J. L. Gilbert. Hatch 

Music Company, Philadelphia. (Received Sept. 24, 

1897. ) 
As Thou Didst Rest. (M. Sabbato.) No. 36. By 

W. H. Monk. London and New York : Novello, 

Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

3 T E 



Proprietors. 



F. Janin et ses fils, Lyon. 



Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 



Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 



A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Do. 



Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 

Do. 



Gebriider Hug & Co., 

Leipzig. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



R. L. Durant. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 
Do. 



A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Do. 

Do. 



Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



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Titles. 



At a Georgia Camp Meeting. March. [Piano.] Kerry 
Mills, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Auditorium (The) Collection of Organ Music. " Toccata 
in B flat." A. L. Barnes. Chicago: Clayton F. 
Sammy Company. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Auf dem Alpensee. Miinnerchor. Victor Scheffel. 
Heinrich Zollner. Op. 69, No. 6. Leipzig : Fr. Kistner. 
(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Aus guter alter Zeit. From Good Old Time. Gavotte 
im alten Stil. Fur pianoforte. Von Wilhelm Aletter. 
Gehruder Hug & Co., Leipzig. (Received Sept. 20, 
1897.) 

Ave Maria. Offertory for tenor or soprano, with piano 
or organ accompaniment by Carl Schilling. Scrauton, 
Pa. : Union Music Company. (Received Sept. 24, 1897. ) 

Baby Moon. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Jessie 
L. Gaynor. [n. L] (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Back to Our Mountains. II Trovatore. Verdi. First 
mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by A. Lopes. A. Lopes, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Back to Our Mountains. Ending with " But a Moment 
Lost." II Trovatore. Verdi. Second mandolin 
part. By A. Lopes. Antonio Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(Received Sept, 22, 1897.) 

Badinage. Par Victor Herbert. Simplified arrange- 
ment pour le piano. Par Alexandre Rihm. New York : 
Edward Schuberth & Co. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Baisers (Les) Sout des Fleurs. Ton original en sol 
mineur pour soprano. Poesie de L. Le Lasseur de 
Ranzay. MusiquedeH. deFonteuailles. A. Durand & 
Fils, Paris. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Ball (The) Player. March. Two-step. [Piano.] By 
Bert. Brenton. Detroit, Mich.: Burt. Brenton. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Bed Time. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Eleanor 
Smith. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Behold There Came Wise Men. Christmas Anthem. 
Baritone solo. Verses by Phoebe Cary. Addison F. 
Andrews, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Behold the Sun (Thorpe). No. 14. By H. Keetou. 
London and New York: Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Belle of the Cake Walk. March. Mandolin and piano. 
By Lawrence B. O'Connor. Boston : The B. F. Wood 
Music Company. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Belle of the Cake Walk. March. Two mandolins, 
mandola and guitar. By Lawrence B. O'Connor. Bos- 
ton : The B. F. Wood Music Company. ( deceived 
Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Below, Below. [Vocal.] Words by Albert Hall. Music 
by George Le Brunn. New York : George L. Spaniel- 
ing. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Berceuse. For violin and piano. By Alberto Bach- 
mann. Op. 6. London: Stanley Lucas & Co., Ltd. 
(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Beyond the Angel-Guarded Gates. Soprano or tenor in 
E flat. Nellie H. Woodworth. Olen Leston Carter. 
Op. 63. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Bicycle (The) Girl. [Vocal.] By La Blanche Harding. 
C. M. Loomes' Sons, New Haven, Conn. (Received 
Sept. 23, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



F. A. Mills, New York, N. Y. 

Clayton F. Summy Company, 
Chicago, 

Fr. Kistner, Leipzig. 

GebriiderHug&Co., Leipzig. 

W. P. Schilling. 



The Macmillau Company, 

London and New York. 
A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Do. 



Edward Schuberth & Co. , 

New York. 



A. Durand & Fils, 



Paris. 



Burt. Brenton, Detroit, Mich. 



The Macmillan Company, 

London and New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Novello, Ewer & Co. 

London and New York. 

The B. F. Wood Music Com- 
pany, Boston . 

Do. 



Howard & Co. 
E. Hatzfeld. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 



La Blanche Harding. 



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Titles. 



Blest by Thy Love (St. Beuno). No. 377. By J. C. 

Bridge. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 

Co. "(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Bine (The) Banner March. [Piano.] Bv J. McLauchlan. 

[n. i. ] ( Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
Blue-Bell. Song in G. Words by G. Hubi Newcombe. 

Music by Sybel Palliser. New York : Edward Schu- 

berth&Co. London: E. Ascherberg & Co. (Received 

Sept. 23,1897.) 
Bluebells of Scotland in key of G. First mandolin. 

(Solo.) Arranged bv A. Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, 

N. Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Blurnen (der) Rache. Fiirgerniischten chor und orches- 

ter oder pianoforte. Gedicht von Ferdinand Freil- 

grath. Komponirt von Max Meyer-Olbersleben. Op. 

54. Leipzig : C. F. W. Siegel's Musikalienhandlung 

(R. Linnemann). (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Bound Upon the Accursed. No. 146. By A. C. Macken- 
zie. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. 

(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Boys (The) Who Never Go Home Till Morning. [Vocal.] 

Otto M. Heinzmau. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Brightly Gleams. No. 289. By F. H. Cowen. London 

and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 

23, 1^97.) 
Brother, Thou Art Gone. (Argyle.) No. 245. By J. F. 

Bridge. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 

Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Brunswick (The) Flyer. March. Two-step. [Piano.] 

Lee B. Woodcock, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Brush By, Nigger, Brush By. For mandolin or violin. 

Max Hoffman. National Music Company, New York 

and Chicago. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
Butterfly (The). (Schmetterling.) Forthe piano. Edited, 

phrased, and fingered with exact pedal signs by Kate 

S.Chittenden. G. Merkel. Op. 81, No. 4. New York: 

J. H. Schroder. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
By Faith in Christ. (Queen's College.) No. 342. By 

J. E. West. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 

& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
By the Brookside. Op. 7, No. 5. [Piano.] John Orth. 

Boston: Oliver Ditson Compan v. ( Received Sept. 20, 

1897.) 
Calm on the Listening Ear of Night. Christmas Anthem. 

No. 9926. [Quartette.] Wm. Arms Fisher, [n. L] 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Calm on the Listening Ear of Night. A Christmas song. 

By Edmund H. Sears. Set to music by William Arms 

Fisher. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston [Mass.]. 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Can I Forget You ? [Song. J Words by Clarence Mc- 

Elroy. Music by Mark H. Kesler. Kansas City, 

Mo.: Geo. Bindbeutel. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Cautate a la Vierge Immaculee, pour la benediction 

d'une statue 'et diverses circoustances. Voix de 

femmes et accompagnement d' harmonium on d'orgue. 

Poesie de Paul Rey. Musique de Paxil Vidal. Paris : 

Aux Bureaux de la Schola Cantorum. (Received Sept. 
. 24, 1897.) 
Casino (The) March. [Piano.] By Miriam Dreyspool 

and Louis H. Wolfson. Louis H. Wolfson, Columbus, 

Ga. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 



Peopkietoes. 



Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 

J. F. Stair. 

E. Ascherberg & Co., 

Loudon. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



C. F. W. Siegel's Musikalien- 
handlung, Leipzig. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

F. A. Mills. 

Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 

Do. 



Lee B. Woodcock. 

Natioual Music Company, 
New York and Chicago. 

J. H. Schroder, New York. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Do. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston [Mass.]. 



Geo. Bindbeutel, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Bordes. 



Louis H. Wolfson, 

Columbus, Ga. 



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Titles. 



Chant d' Amour. Love song. Canzone d'Amore. 
Romanze fur pianoforte. Von Wilh. Aletter. 
Gebriider Hug & Co., Leipzig. (Received Sept. 20, 
1897.) 

Cheer Up, Mother. [Song.] Words and music by 
Robert W. Gilchrist, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897. 

Child (The) and the Tree. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery 
Coonley. Frederic W. Root. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 25, 
(1897. 

Childreu of the Heavenly (St. Ermin's). No. 364. By 
J. Clippingdale. London and New York : Novello, 
Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Choral-Melodie. 2. C. Czerny. See Fries, Phil. 

Christian, Seek Not. (First tune.) No. 119. By F. 
H. Cowen. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 
&Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Christmas Fairies. A Christmas cantata for the Sunday 
School. Libretto by Laura E. Newell. Music by 
Geo. F. Rosche. Geo. F. Rosche & Co., Chicago 
and New York. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Christmas Morn. Christmas Anthem. [Vocal.] Edith 
Rowena Noyes. [u. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Christmas Song. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Fred- 
eric W. Boot. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Clouds. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Frank H. 
Atkinson, Jr. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Colonel (The). March (Two-step). For piano. Com- 
posed by W. H. Caman. Gordon & Wortman, Win- 
field, Kans. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

Come, Labour On. (Labora. ) No. 167. By John E. West. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Come, My Dolly. [Vocal.] Lvdia Avery Coonley. 
Eleanor Smith. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Come, My Soul, Thou Must be Waking. Hymn anthem. 
Soprano or tenor. F. R. L. Canitz (1700). Fred. Field 
Bullard. White-Smith Music Publishing Company, 
Boston. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Comes My Love To-Day? (Kommt teins Liebchen 
Heut ?) (Alto or baritone. ) H. Heine. Translated 
by C. F. M. Charles Fonteyn Manney. Opus 3, No. 2. 
Boston: Oliver Ditson Company. (Received Sept. 20, 
1897.) 

Come Unto Me. No. 38. [Vocal.] O. W. Oran Williams, 
[n. i. J (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Concert Polonaise. Fur Violine mit begleitung des Piano- 
forte. Componistvon Fritz Listemann. Op. 1. Breit- 
kopf&Hartel, Leipzig. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Contes De F£es. No. 10. Les Voix du Reve. [Vocal.] 
Augusta Holmes. Paris : Heugel & Cie. (Received 
Sept. 24,1897.) 

Cosmopolitan (The) March. [Piano.] By Charles 
Gernert. Columbia Music Publishing Company, 
Pittsburg, Pa. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Cossack Dance. For the pianoforte. ByB. Hamma. Op. 
101. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. (Received Sept. 
22, 1897.) 

Cottonfield Dance. 1384. For mandolin or violin. 
Rosenfield. National Music Company, New York 
and Chicago. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



Gebriider Hug & Co. 



Leipzig. 



Robt. W. Gilchrist. 



The Macmillan Company, 
London and New York. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



Do. 



Geo. F. Rosche, 

Chicago and New York. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 
The Macmillan Company, 

London and New York. 

Do. 

W. H. Caman. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

The Macmillan Company, 

London and New York. 
White-Smith Music Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 
Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig. 

Heugel & Cie., Paris, France. 



Charles Gernert, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



National Music Company, 

Chicago. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Cradle Song. [Vocal] Lydia Avery Coonley. Frank 
H. Atkinson, Jr. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Cradle Song. No. 39. Solo Mezzo Sop. Chas. H. 
Gabriel, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Crown Prince Schottische. 1381. For mandolin or 
violin. J. Albert Snow. National Music Company, 
New York and Chicago. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Cupid's in Love With Me. Waltz Song. 1381. For 
mandolin or violin. Felix McGlennon. National 
Music Company, New York and Chicago. (Received 
Sept, 23, 1897.)* 

Dance of the Pirates. [Orchestra and piano.] J. A. 
Silberberg. Arranged by Robert Recker. M. Wit- 
mark & Sons, New York. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Dancing Song. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Fred- 
eric W. Root. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Danse Bohemienne. For the pianoforte. By Ernest 
Bucalossi. London: George Newnes, Ltd. (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Day (A) in June. Op. 7, No. 2. [Piano.] John Orth. 
Boston : Oliver Ditson Company. ( Received Sept. 20, 
1897.) 

Dedication. (Widmuug. ) (Alto or bar.) W. Mviller. 
Charles Fonteyn Manney. Opus 3, No. 3. Boston : 
Oliver Ditson Company. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

De fil en Aiguille. Pour piano. Par Ernest Gillet. 
Paris : Enoch & Cie. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Dolce Far Niente. Op. 7, No. 4. [Piano.] John Orth. 
Boston : Oliver Ditson Company. (Received Sept. 20, 
1897. ) 

Dolly's (The) Ball. Song. Words by J. E. Woolacott. 
Music by George Howard. London : George Newnes, 
Ltd. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Dreaming of You. 1384. For mandolin or violin. 
Rosenfield. National Music Company, New York and 
Chicago. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Drei geistliche Lieder. (Three sacred songs.) Fur alt. 
oder bass, mit begleituug des Pianoforte. Componist, 
von Ludwig Bonvin. Op. 24, 1. Wiinsche. Wishes. 
(W. Kreiten.) Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Duettino No. 4. See Jules Hainauer, Breslau. 

Echo. Quartette for women's voices. No. 1902. Poem 
by Thomas Moore. Music by W. D. Armstrong. The 
John Church Company, Cincinnati. (Received Sept. 
23, 1897.) 

Elaine. Eine dramatische Scene. A dramatic scena. 
Fiir alt. und Orchester oder Pianoforte. Text von 
Helene Schweitzer. Musik von Reginald Steggall. 
Ausgabe mit pianoforte. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897. ) 

Elberon (The) March. (Two-step.) [Piano. ] By Frank 
Balogh. Carl Fischer, New York. (Received Sept. 
21, 1897.) 

Elephant's (The) Trip. (Nonsense song.) Words and 
music by George Howard. London : Stanley Lucas 
& Co., Ltd. (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

En Avant. Marche. Yorwarts. Marsch. No. 6. See 
Gebriider Hug & Co. 

Eternal God (Teigumouth). , No. 317. By J. V. Rob- 
erts. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. 
(Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 



Proprietors. 



The Macmillan Company, 

Loudon and New York. 
Chas. H. Gabriel. 

National Music Company, 

Chicago. 

Do. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

The Macmillan Company, 

London and New York. 
George Newnes, Ltd., 

Loudon. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Do. 



Enoch & Cie., Paris, Frauce. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

George Newnes, Ltd., 

London. 

National Music Company, 

Chicago. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 



The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



E. Hatzfeld. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

Loudou and New York. 



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Titles. 



Eternal is Thy Word. No. 42. [Vocal ] Ida M. Budd. 
C. D. Emerson, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

Ever and Alway. Song. Piano, with violin obbligato. 
Words by Clifton Bingham. Composed by Shiel Daw- 
son. London : Patey & Willis. (Received Sept. 21, 
1897. ) 

Faded (A) Leaf of Shamrock. [Song.] Words and 
music by Annie B. O'Shea. New York : Willis Wood- 
ward & Co. (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

Fairies (The) Well. Words and music by Frances Ellis. 
Kansas City, Mo.: Ellis & Lawson. (Received Sept. 
20, 1897.) 

Farewell, Leonora. II Trovatore. Verdi. First man- 
dolin (solo). Arranged by A. Lopes. A. Lopes, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Farewell, Leonora. II Trovatore. Verdi. Second man- 
dolin part. By A. Lopes, [n. i. ] (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Father, Hear Thy Children. (Gratias.) No. 269. By 
J. E. West. Loudon and New York : Novello, Ewer 
& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Father, Our Children Keep. (Childhood.) No. 284. By 
J. F. Bridge. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 
& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Father, Whate'er. (Patience.) No. 319. By J. Stainer. 
London and New York: Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Fest-Fantasie. Transcription iiber. "Ich bete au die 
Macht der Liebe" und ''Harre, meine Seele, harre, 
des Heren." Fur pianoforte. Von Carl Rossi. Op. 
25. Gebriider Hug & Co., Leipzig. (Received Sept. 
20, 1897.) 

Fete du Mai. Valse. No. 4. Maien fest. Walzer. 
See Gebriider Hug & Co. 

Few (A) More Years. (Second tune.) No. 70. By F. 
H. Cowen. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Flag of the Union. An American Hymn. [Quartette.] 
Piano or organ. Words and music by T. J. H. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Flag Song. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Frederic 
W. Root. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Flash Galop. [Orchestra and piano.] Edwin Christie. 
Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. (Received Sept. 20, 
1897.) 

Flee As a Bird. Spanish melody. Mrs. M. S. Dana. 
First mandolin. (Solo. ) Arranged by A. Lopes. 
A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Florencita (The Little Flower Girl). [Piano.] Ber- 
nard Berg. Op. 54. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

For All Thy Love (Cahirnane). No. 32. By J. E. 
Bridge. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

For Jesus' Sake. No. 13. [Vocal.] Blenkhorn. C. D. 
Emerson, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

For Thy Mercy. (Springfield.) No. 71. By J. Clip- 
pingdale. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept, 23, 1897. ) 

Forest Hill Waltzes. For piauo. By Charles Gilbert 
Spross. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 



Peopeietoes. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 

Patey & Willis, London. 

Willis Woodward & Co., 

New York. 

Ellis & Lawson, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Do. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Novello, Ewer & Co. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



Gebriider Hug & Co. 



Leipzig 



Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 

Theo. J. Heizmann. 



The Macmillan Company, 

London and New York. 
Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



R. L. Durant. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Forgive, O Lord. (St. Werburgh.) No. 238. By J. C. 

Bridge. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 

Co. (Received Sept, 23, 1897. ) 
Forward, Be Our (Excelsior). No. 290. By J. H. 

Maunder. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 

Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Friend After Friend. (Glencreggam.) No. 368. By 

G. C. Martin. London and New York : Novello, 

Ewer & Co. ( Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
From Egypt's Bondage. (Nile). First tune. No. 173. 

By J. F. Bridge. London and New York : Novello, 

Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
From Egypt's Bondage. (Nile.) Second tune. No. 

173. By Ch. Gounod. London and New York : 

Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
From Greenland's Icy. (Nansen.) First tune. No. 252. 

By J. F. Bridge. London and New York : Novello, 

Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
From Prison to Mother's Grave. Words by H. T. Page. 

Music by Margaret A. Moore. National Music Co., 

Chicago and New York. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Full of Weakness. (Morthoe.) No. 320. By F. E. 

Gladstone. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 

& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897, ) 
Gaily Through Life We Wander. "La Traviata." 

Verdi. First mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by A. 

Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 

22,1897.) 
Garland (The). (Women's voices.) No. 152. English 

version by Frederick W. Bancroft. Th. Podbertsky. 

Op. 94, No. 2. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston and New 

York. (Received Sept, 23, 1897.) 
Gavot, 3. Pianoforte. By Clara A. Korn. New York : 

Clara A. Korn. (Received Sept, 22, 1897.) 
Gavotte. No. 3. See Jules Hainauer, Breslau. 
Gavotte des Fleurs. No. 1. Blumen. Gavotte See 

Gebriider Hug & Co. 
Gavotte Lila. [Piano.] By Bernard Berg. Op. 57. 

The Bartlett Music House, Los Angeles, Cal. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Germanische Tiinze. FiirVioline undKlavier frei bear- 

beitet von Emil Kreuz. Op. 46. Ed. Bote & G. Bock, 

Berlin. (Received Sept. 22, 1897. ) 
Ghismonda, Oper in drei Aufziigen. Einleitung zum 

dritten Aufzug. 30 orchester — stimmen. Von Eugen 

d 'Albert. Breitkopf& Hartel, Leipzig. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
Go Bravely Forth. No. 253. [Vocal.] Charles Groen- 

endyke. James McGranahan. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 

21,1897.) 
God of Mercy (God of Mercy). No. 296. By B. Haynes. 

London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 
God of that Glorious (Grace). No. 228. By F. Cowen. 

London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
Good Morning. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Eleanor 

Smith, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Gracious God, Thou Knowest. No. 43. Solo. Soprano. 

Wm. H. Gardner. Chas. H. Gabriel, [n. i.] (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20,1897.) 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New Yorl 

Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



National Music Company, 
Chicago and New York. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 
Clara A. Korn, New York. 

Bernard Berg. 

Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin. 

Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

James McGranahan. 
Do. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York 

The Macmillan Company, 

London and New York 
Chas. H. Gabriel. 



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Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Graduates (The) March. Two-step. [Piano.] By 
Maurice Levi. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897. ) 

Grave (The) of John Brown. Song and chorus. Words 
by Mrs. Amelia Hammond. Music by Chas. M. Cobb. 
Newport : W. G. R. E. Kennedy. (Received Sept. 25, 
1897.) 

Guirlande (La) de Roses. Rosen-Guirlande. Pour piano 
a 4 mains sur 5 notes. Par Francois Behr. No. 1. 
Gavotte des Fleurs. Blumen-Gavotte. Gebriider Hug 
& Co. in Leipzig und Ziirich. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

Guirlande (La) de Roses. Rosen-Guirlande. Pour piano 
a 4 mains sur 5 notes. Par Francois Behr. No. 2. 
Les Violettes. Veilchen-Polka-mazurka. Gebriider 
Hug & Co. in Leipzig und Ziirich. (Received Sept. 
23, 1897.) 

Guirlande (La) de Roses. Rosen-Guirlande. Pour 
piano a 4 Mains sur 5 notes. Par Francois Behr. No. 
3. La petite Tsigane, Csardas. Die kleine Zigeunerin, 
Csardas. Gebriider Hug & Co., in Leipzig und Zii- 
rich. (Received Sept, 23, 1897.) 

Guirlande (La) de Roses. Rosen-Guirlande. Pour piano 
a 4 mains sur 5 notes. Par Francois Behr. No. 4. 
Fete du Mai. Valse-Maienfest, Walzer. Gebriider 
Hug & Co. in Leipzig und Zurich. (Received Sept. 23, 
1897.) 

Guirlande (La) de Roses. Rosen-Guirlande. Pour piano 
a 4 mains sur 5 notes. Par Francois Behr. No. 5. 
Polka des Poupees. Puppen-Polka. Gebriider Hug 
&Co. in Leipzig und Ziirich. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Guirlande (La) de Roses. Rosen-Guirlande. Pour piano 
a 4 mains sur 5 notes. Par Francois Behr. No. 6. 
En Avant, Marche. Vorwiirts, Marsch. Gebriider 
Hug & Co. in Leipzig und Zurich. (Received Sept. 23, 
1897.) 

Hark, the Herald Angels Sing. Christmas anthem. 
Quartette and organ. P. A. Schnecker. (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Hark, the Song. (Zambesi.) No. 253. By G. F. Cobb. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Hear Our Prayer. No. 1. See Oliver Ditson Company, 
Boston. 

Heart (The) Bowed Down. 
First mandolin. (Solo.) 
A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hell Up to Date. Galop 
piano. ] Raphael Fassett. 
phia, Pa. (Received Sept. 

Her Lord Said, No ! No. 31. 
C. D. Emerson, [n. i.] 



' Bohemian Girl. ' ' Balfe. 
Arranged by A. Lopes. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Infernal. [Orchestra and 
Harry Coleman, Philadel- 
20, 1897.) 

[Vocal.] Mary Brainard. 
(Received Sept. 20, 1897.; 



Heure (L') d'aimer. Ton original en la fiat pour ttinor. 

Poesie d'Armand Silvestre. Musique de H. de Fon- 

tenailles. A. Durand & Fils, Paris. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
Home, Sweet Home. In key of G. Henry R. Bishop. 

First mandolin. (Solo. ) Arranged by A. Lopes. A. 

Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Home, Sweet Home. Second mandolin part. By A. 

Lopes, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Mrs. Amelia Hammond. 



Gebriider Hug & Co. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 

A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Do. 



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Titles. 



Pbopbietobs. 



Hosanna, Raise the Pealing. (St. Nicholas.) No. 282. 
By G. F. Cobb. Loudon and New York : Novello, 
Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Hosanna to the Living. (Strood.) First tune. No. 137. 
Bv J. F. Bridge. London and New York : Novello, 
Ewer & Co. '(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Hotel Hart. March and two-step. [Piano.] By J. I. 
Alexander. Perry Brothers, Wilkesbarre, Pa. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

How Blest the Sacred Tie. (Unitas.) No. 381. By 
John E. West. London and New York : Novello, 
Ewer & Co. (Received Sept, 23, 1897. ) 

How Exalted. 7s. Psalm 8. [Vocal.] L. A. Tate, 
[n. i.] (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Hunt (The) (September). Grade 5. Edited and fin- 
gered, by Jaroslaw de Zielinski. P. Tschaiowsky. 
Op. 37, No. 9. Philadelphia: Hatch Music Company. 
(Received Sept, 24, 1897.) 

I Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls. "Bohemian 
Girl." Balfe. 1st mandolin (solo). Arranged by A. 
Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 
22, 1897.) 

I Love Her Just the Same. For two mandolins and 
guitar. By Chas. K. Harris. Chas. K. Harris, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

I Praised the Earth. No. 297. By C. H. H. Parry. 
Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 



Words by Beatrice Prall. 
London : George Newnes, 



London and New York : 

ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 
I Wait for You. Song. 

Music by Ethel Barns. 

Ltd. (Received Sept. 20, 1897., 
I Would Kiss the Little Girl and Call Her Mine. Song 

and refrain. Words and music by Robert Hall Wal- 
ton. Robert Hall Walton, Atlanta, Ga. ^Received 

Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Idyll. Fur violine mit begleitung des pianoforte. 

Compouist von Fritz Listemann. Op. 2. Breitkopf 

& Hartel, Leipzig. (Received Sept, 22, 1897.) 
I'll Soon Return Again, Aileen. Words and music by 

Harrv S. Miller. Thos. Goggin & Bro., Galveston 

[Texas]. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Ini Kruge zu den Linden. Fur veerstimmigen. Maen- 

nerchor von J. W. Jost. Philadelphia, Pa. : J. W. 

Jost. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
In Dream-Land. Song. Words by Maud 

Music by Ernest Ford. London : Novello, 

Co. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
In That City Over There. No. 1. [Vocal.] 

A. Holt. Chas. H. Gabriel. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
In the Belfry Tower. Song. Words by Sheila Braine. 

Music by H. Benson. London : George Newnes, Ltd. 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
In the Blush of Evening. Solo and chorus. For 

women's voices. From Goethe. W. W. Gilchrist. 

[n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
In the Hour (Comfort Me). No. 394. By M. B. Foster. 

London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23,1897.) 
In the Shadow of Thy Wings. Psalm 63. C. M. 

[Vocal.] Robt. H. Wilson, [n.i.] (Received Sept. 

25, 1897.) 

4 T E 



Philp. 
Ewer & 

Mrs. W. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



Do. 



Perry Brothers, 

Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

United Presbyterian Board 
of Publication. 
Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 



A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Chas. K. Harris, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Novello, Ewer & Co , 

London and New York. 

George Newnes, Ltd. 



Robert Hall Walton, 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

n & Bro., 
Galveston, Tex. 

J. W. Jost, Philadelphia. 



Novello, Ewer & Co. , 



London. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 



George Newness, Ltd. 

London. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 

Robt. H. Wilson. 



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Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



la Town. Waltz. [Orchestra.] Conrad Huber. Lon- 
don: Joseph Williams. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

In Venice. An Italian serenade. [Orchestra and piano ] 
Paul Rubens. Arranged by Herbert L. Clarke. 
M. Witmark & Sons, New York. (Received Sept. 24, 
1897.) 

Inter Nos. Two-step. [Piano.] By Edward S. Martin. 
E. B. Guild, Topeka, Kans. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

I've Been Faithful to You. For 2 mandolins and 
guitar. By Chas. K. Harris. Chas. K. Harris, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Japanese Lantern Dance. [Orchestra and piano.] John 
W. Bratton. Arranged by Paul Schindler. M. Wit- 
mark & Sons, New York. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Japanese Lantern Dance. [Orchestra.] J. W. Bratton. 
Arranged by Herbert L. Clarke, [n.i.] (Received 
Sept, 25, 1897.) 

Jesu, Lord We Kneel (By Thy Mercy). No. 131. By 
M. B. Foster. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 
& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Jesu, the Very Thought Is Sweet. Sacred solo. Mezzo 
soprano, or tenor. (Filby. ) Rev. J. M. Neale, D. D. 
J. F. Walter. New York : J. H. Schroeder. (Received 
Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Juanita. In key of G. Spanish Melody. Mrs. Norton. 
First mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by A. Lopes. A. 
Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Just Ask If He's Forgotten Her. Song and chorus. 
Words and music by Gussie L. Davis. New York : 
George L. Spaulding. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Just Behind the Times. For 2 mandolins and guitar. 
By Chas. K. Harris. Chas. K. Harris, Milwaukee. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Just Beyond No. 10. [Vocal.] Mrs. M. Holt. Chas. 
H. Gabriel. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Just for the Sake of Our Daughter. Words and music 
by Monroe H. Rosenfeld. Jos. W. Stern & Co., New 
York. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Just Keep Cool. [Vocal.] Composed by E. Y. Judd. 
The Wiley B. Allen Company, Portland, Oreg. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Kansas City Star March. [Orchestra and piano.] A. 
Liberati. Brand Publishing Company, Cincinnati. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Kansas (The) City Times March. [Piano.] Composed 
by Otto H. Jacobs. George Bindbental, Kansas City, 
Mo. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

King's (The) Own. Song for baritone. Words by 
Edward A. Church. Music by George Lowell Tracy. 
White-Smith Music Publishing Company, Boston. 
(Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Klondike. Grand March. [Piano.] By Dessie 
Buskirk. Wm. McLaughlin & Sons, Philadelphia, 
Pa. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Klondike (The) Two-step. A New Dance. [Piano.] 
By Prof. H. N. Grant. The Two Step Publishing 
Company, Buffalo, N. Y. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Last (The) Hope. (Meditation.) [Piano.] Louis 
Moreau Gottschalk. New edition edited by John 
Orth. Boston : Oliver Ditson Company. (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 



Joseph Williams, London. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 



E. B. Guild, Topeka, Kans. 

Chas. K. Harris, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Do. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

J. F Walter. 



A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



George L. Spaulding, 

New York. 

Chas. K. Harris, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 

Jos. W. Stern & Co., 

New York. 

Wiley B. Allen Company, 

Portland, Oreg. 

Brand Publishing Company, 
Cincinnati. 

Geo. Bindbeutel, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

White-Smith Music Com- 
pany, Boston. 



Dessie Buskirk. 



Prof. H. N. Grant. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Leaning on Thy Tender Care. No. 4. See Oliver Dit- 
son Company, Boston. 

Lenzeszanber. Spring's enchantments. Fur Man- 
nerchor. Mit Klavierszug. (Gedicht von Philo vom 
Walde. ) (English words by Harry Brett.) Koni- 
pouist von Johannes Pache. Op. 184. Leipzig : C. 
F. W. Siegel's musikalienhandlung (R. Liunemann). 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Let Me Be With Thee. (Northfleld. ) Second tune. 
No. 175. By J. Clippingdale. London and New 
York: Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Liebsten (Der) Nanien. Mannerchor. Heinrich Seidel. 
Heiurich Zollner. Op. 69, No. 5. Leipzig : Fr. 
Kistner. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Light Cavalry Overture. Band. F. v. Suppe. Arranged 
by Theo. * M. Tobani. Carl Fischer, New York. 
(Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 

List to the Convent Bells. In key of G. John Block- 
ley. First mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by A. 
Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 
22,1897.) 

Little Cotton Dolly. [Orchestra.] By Adam Geibel. 
[n.i.] (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Little Dot. (Dancing characteristic.) [Orchestra and 
piano.] Henry Froehlich. Brand Publishing Com- 
pany, Cincinnati. (Received Sept. 25, 1897. ) 

Little R. J. [Vocal.] Words and melody by Mrs. L. 
A. Kimbrough. Arranged by Mozart Parnum. Elgiu, 
111.: Geo. Gieske. (Received Sept. 2, 1897.) 

Little (A) Sprig of Mistletoe. Words and music by Lee 
Malvern. Thos. Goggan & Bro. , Galveston, [Texas]. 
(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Little (The) Stars. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley- 
Frank H. Atkinson, Jr. [n.i.] (Received Sept. 25, 
1897.) 

Lohengrin. By Richard Wagner. 2. Zugder Frauen. 
For violin and piano. Arranged by Friedrich Her- 
mann. Carl Fischer, New York. (Received Sept. 21, 
1897.) 

Lohengrin. By Richard Wagner. 3. Introduction to 
third act. For violin and piano. Arranged by Fried- 
rich Hermann. Carl Fischer, New York. (Received 
Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Lohengrin. By Richard Wagner. 4. Bridal song. 
For violin and piano. Arranged by Friedrich Her- 
mann. Carl Fischer, New York. (Received Sept. 21, 
1897.) 

Lohengrin. By Richard Wagner. 5. Schwanenlied 
and Elsa's Jubelgesang. For violin and piano. Ar- 
ranged by Friedrich Hermann. Carl Fischer, New 
York. (Received Sept. 21,1897.) 

Lonely (The) Rose. No. 150. (Women's voices.) 
English version. By Frederick W. Bancroft. Th. 
Podbertsky. Op. 87. No. 3. Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Look to Thy Countersign. No. 35. [Vocal.] Mrs. Clara 
T. Henry. Chas. H. Gabriel. (Received Sept. 20, 
1897.) 

Looking Unto Jesus. No. 27. [Vocal.] Etta Harfour. 
Dr. S. B. Jackson, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

C. F. W. Siegel's musik- 
alienhandlung (R. Liune- 
mann). 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Fr. Kistner. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 
Brand Pub. Co., Cincinnati. 



L. A. Kimbrouah. 



Thos. Goggan & Bro , 

Galvestou [Texas]. 

The Macmillan Company, 
London and New York. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 
Do. 



28 . 

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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Lord, How Fast (Memento Mori). No. 395. By E. C 
Bairstow. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Lord (The) is Come. (Exeter College.) No. 44. By 
J. C. Bridge. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 
& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Lord (The) is King. (Pilton. ) No. 311. By H. Keeton. 
London and New York : Novello. Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Lord of Mercy. (Goslar.) No. 124. By F. J. Sawyer. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Lord of Power. (Preston.) No. 324. By W. Alcock. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Lord of the Harvest. (Kent.) No. 264. By J. F. 
Bridge. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Lord, Shall Thy Children (Simplicity). No. 232. By 
W. Creser. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 
& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Lord We Pray Thee. No. 2. See Oliver Ditson Com- 
pany, Boston. 

Lost (The) Chord. Rand. (Solo for cornet or haritone. ) 
A. Sullivan. Arranged hy Theo. M. Tobani. Carl 
Fischer, New York. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Love (The) of all the Ages. Carol-anthem. [Quartet 
and piano.] C. E. Whiton-Stoue. Fred. Field Bul- 
lard. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Lovely as a Rose Schottische, [Orchestra and piano.] 
G. F. Daniels. The John Church Company. Cincin- 
nati. (Received Sept. 23, 1897 ) 

Lover's (The) Loom. [Song.] Sop. or ten. in A flat. 
O. L. C.- Olen Leston Carter. Oliver Ditson Com- 
pany, Boston. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Love's Serenade. First and second mandolins and guitar. 
Richard Stahl. Arr. by E. H. Frey. Carl Fischer, 
New York. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Love's Welcome. Words by Maude Anita Hart. Music 
by Oliver F. Bilger. Oakland, Iowa : O. F. Bilger. 
(Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Loyal to Jesus. No. 36. [Vocal.] C. H. G. H. A. 
Henry, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Ma Caroline. Coon schottische. [Orchestra and piano.] 
By Lee Johnson. Sherman, Clay & Co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Madame Sans Gene Waltzes. [Piano.] Composed by 
G. Rosenberg. Baltimore : Geo. Willig & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Magnificat. Gloria Patri, etc. [Vocal.] W. R. Spjence. 
[n.i] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

March of America in key of D and G. 1st mandolin. 
(Solo.) Arr. by A. Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. 
Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

March of America. 2d mandolin part. By A. Lopes, 
[n. i.] (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

March. The Headlight. For pianoforte and cabinet 
organ. By Oliver F. Bilger. Oakland, Iowa : O. F. 
Bilger. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 
O. F. Bilger, Oakland, Iowa. 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 

Sherman, Clay & Co., 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Geo. Willig & Co., 

Baltimore. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 
A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Do. 
O. F. Bilger, Oakland, Iowa. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopbietoes. 



Maritana. Overture. Band. W. V. Wallace. Arr. 

by Theo. Moses. Carl Fischer, New York. (Received 

Sept. 21, 1897.) 
Mazurka des Oiseaux. Pour piano. Par Edmond Missa. 

Paris : Enoch & Cie. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Merza. Song. Words by Burke Devenish. Music by 

Louis Baker-Phillips. The John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Midnight (The) Sea. Barcarole. For medium voice. 

Bayard Tavlor, A. Tregina. Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 
Mill (The) Wheel. Four part song. (Women's voices.) 

No. 149. English version by Frederick W. Bancroft. 

Th. Podbertsky. Op. 87, No. 2. Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Mother Old and Gray. Words and Music by Frank 

Flowers. G-eorge Bindbeutel, Kansas City, Mo. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Moulin (Le). For the pianoforte. By Hamilton Ben- 
nett. London : George Newnes, Ltd. (Received 

Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Mount Sion Two-Step. [Piano.] By Herbert W. Watts. 

Rote, Pa.: J. Ell ery Johnson. (Received Sept. 24, 

1897.) 
Musique de Pantomime. 1. Ouverture. Pour piano. 

Par Carolus Agghazy. (Euvre 28. Breslau : Jules 

Hainauer. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Musique de Pantomime. 2. Pierrot et Pierrette. Pour 

piano. Par Carolus Agghazy. CEuvre 28. Breslau : 

Jules Hainauer. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Musique de Pantomime. 3. Gavotte. Pour piano. Par 

Carolus Agghazy. CEuvre 28. Breslau : Jules Hain- 
auer. (Received Sept. 20, lt97.) 
Musique de Pantomime. 4. Duettino. Pour piano. Par 

Carolus Agghazy. CEuvre 28. Breslau: Jules Hain- 
auer. (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 
Musique de Pantomime. 5. Tarantelle. Pour piano. 

Par Carolus Agghazy. CEuvre 28. Breslau : Jules 

Hainauer. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
My Old Kentucky Home. 1382. For mandolin or violin. 

Foster. National Music Company. New York and 

Chicago. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
My Pegasus. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Eleanor 

Smith, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
My Sweetheart Still. [Vocal.] By C. Violet Ma Lotte 

Wilson. C. Violet Ma Lotte Wilson. Chicago, 111. 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Mystery (A). [Vocal.] Words by George Howe. Music 

by Mary Avery, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
New (The) Jersey Athletic Club. March and Two-step. 

[Piano.] By J. W. Schotoff. Reader & O'Hara, New 

York. (Received Sept. 21,1897.) 
New (The) Leader. (Haute Vole. ) Two-step. [Piano.] 

Composed by R. L. Yanke. San Francisco Music and 

Piano Company. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Nights (The). Trio. For women's voices. Barry 

Cornwall. W. W. Gilchrist, [n. L] (Received Sept. 

20,1897.) 
Nocturno. For piano. By F. J. Zeisberg. The John 

Church Co., Cincinnati. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



Enoch & Cie, Paris, France. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



George Bindbeutel, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

George Newnes, Ltd., 

London. 

Watts & Johnson. 



Jules Hainauer, Breslau. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



National Music Company, 

Chicago. 

Macmillan Company, 

London and New York. 
C. Violet Ma Lotte Wilson, 
Chicago, 111. 

Mary Avery. 

Jos. W. Schotoff, New York. 

San Francisco Music and 
Piano Company. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Noels (50) Anciens. Eeeueillis et transcrits. Pour 
orgue. Par Leon Eoques. A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Non e ver. Band. Cornet or baritone solo. J. Mattei. 
Arr. by Theo. M. Tobani. Carl Fischer, New York. 
(Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 
Not to Ourselves. (Hythe.) No. 370. By J. E. West. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Novelette. (Pieces intimes.) No. 2. Pour piano. 
Par B. M. Colomer. F. Janin et ses Fils, Lyon. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Now Morning Lifts. (Heavenly Light.) No. 151. By 
Myles B. Foster. London and New York : Novello, 
Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Oh Death, Where Is Thy Sting? No. 19. [Vocal.] 
Mrs. M. A. Hoet. Adolph Jesreal. [n. i. 1 (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 
O for a Closer Walk. (Nauniburg). No. 396. By F. 
J. Sawyer. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
O Frail Spirit, (St. Oran.) Part 1, No. 371. By E. C. 
Bairstow. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
O God Thou Art. (Thuxton.) No. 20. By Philip 
Armes. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co 
(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
O God of Good. No. 304. By F. H. Cowen. London 
and New York: Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 
23,1897.) l 

O Heimat. Mannerchor. Hoffmann von Fallersleben. 
Heinrich Z611ner. Op. 69. No. 2. Leipzig : Fr. Kist- 
ner. ( Received Sept. 20, 1 897. ) 
O How Fair. (Rejoice.) No. 350. By Myles B. Foster. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 
O How Fair (Minor), for Verse 2. No. 350. By Myles 
B. Foster. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
O Love, Who Formedst. (St. Ethelburga.) No. 385. By 
W. S. Hoyte. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 
& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
O Quickly Come. (Emberton.) No. 47. By A. H. D. 
Peudergast. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 
& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
O Thou Who Hast. (Obedience.) No. 331. By J. 
Stainer. London and New York: Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
Offertoire in G. [Organ.] James S. Ford. [n. i ] 

(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Old Colony March. (Two-step. ) [Orchestra and piano. ] 
E. Andauer. The John Church Company, Cincinnati. 
(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Omaha (The) Elks March. [Orchestra.] By Emil 

Reichardt. [n. i. ] (Received Sept. 20, 1897. )' 
Omaha (The) Elks March. [Piano.] By Emil Reichardt, 
A. Hospe, Omaha, Nebr. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 
1897.) 
Only Come Back to Me. Song and refrain. Words and 
music by Cliff Mullen. The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

F. Janin et ses Fils, Lyon. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 



Novello, Ewer& Co., 

London and New York. 

Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Fr. Kistner, 



Leipzig 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Do. 



Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

The John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. 

Emil Reichardt 

Do. 



The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



On the Boulevard. [Vocal.] Arranged by Jos. Clauder. 

Words and music by Joseph E Howard. Chas. K. 

Harris, Milwaukee. ' (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Once Man With Man. (Verse 1.) No. 351. By B. 

Tours. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. 

I Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Operatic Waltz. The Letters Couplet. "La Grand 

Duchesse." Offenbach. First mandolin. (Solo.) 

Arranged by A. Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897. ) 
Organ (The) Grinder's Serenade. For two mandolins 

and guitar. By Chas. K. Harris. Chas. K. Harris, 

Milwaukee, Wis. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Orgelsonate No. 18. Capriccio. [Jos. Rheinberger. 

Op. 188.] Leipzig: Rob. Forberg. (Received Sept. 

20, 1897.) 
Orgelsonate. No. 18. Idylle. [Jos. Rheinberger. Op. 

188.] Leipzig: Rob. Forberg. (Received Sept. 20, 

1897.) 
Orgelsonate. No. 18. Phantasie. Jos. Rheinberger. 

Op. 188. Leipzig : Rob. Forberg. (Received Sept. 20, 

1897.) 



Orpheus With His Lute. 
(Mezzo-soprano or bar.) 
Fonteyn Manney. Op. 



Song from "Henry VIII."' 
Wm. Shakspeare. Charles 
3, No. 5. Boston : Oliver 
Ditson Company. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Our Colored Troops March. For piano. By E. C. Rams- 
dell. E. C. Ramsdell, Music Hall, Boston. (Received 
Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Our Father, Guide Those. (Rushton. ) No. 332. By G. 
C. Martin. Loudon and New York : Novello. Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

Our Praises Heavenward Sending. Christmas carol. 
Wm. Arms Fisher, [n.i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897).., 

Overture. No. 1. See Jules Hainauer, Breslau. 

Papa's Darling is My Name. Words and music by 
Gustav Kustermann. Green Bay, Wis. : G. Kuster- 
mann. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Papinta. Graceful dance. [Orchestra and piano.] 

Fred. H. Hartwell. Harry Colemau, Philadelphia, Pa. 
(Received Sept. 20. 1897.) 

Pastourelle. No. 3. See Jules Hainauer, Breslau. 

Pearl (The) of Damascus. For medium voice. Shelley. 
A. Tregina. Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Petit Impromptu. No. 2. See Jules Hainauer, Breslau. 

Petite (La) Tsigane. Csardas. No. 3. Die Kleine 
Zigeunerin. Csardas. See Gebruder Hug & Co. 

Phizzi-ol-ol-ol-o-gee. Action song for school concerts. 
Written and composed by H. R. Coombs. London : 
J. Cur win & Sons. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Pie Jesu. Offertory for funeral service. For mezzo- 
soprano with organ accompaniment. Adapted by 
W. P. Schilling. Scranton, Pa.: Union Music Com- 
pany. (Received Sept. 24, 1897. ) 

Pierrot et Pierette. No. 2. See Jules Hainauer, Breslau. 

Pleasant Dreams Waltzes. [Piano.] By Walter H. 
Ogden. New York : W. H. Ogden. (Received Sept. 
21, 1897.) 

Polka des Poupees. Puppen-Polka. No. 5. See Gebruder 
Hug & Co. 



Chas. K. Harris, 

• Milwaukee, Wis. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Chas. K. Harris, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Rob. Forberg, Leipzig. 

Do. 
Do. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 



E. C. Ramsdell, Music Hall, 
Boston. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

G. Kustermann, 

Green Bay, Wis. 

Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 



J. Curwin & Sons, London. 



W. P. Schilling. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



By Edwin J. 
Boston. (Re- 



Words 
W. H. 



Polonaise Brilliant. For the Pianoforte. 

Decevee. Op. 35. Arthur P. Schmidt 

ceived Sept. 21, 1897.) 
Pretty Kitty O'Neill. Waltz song and refrain. 

and music by Walter H. Ogden. New York 

Ogden. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 
Pretty Norah of Tralee. Words and music by Geo. F. 

G. Morgan, M. D. Geo. F. G. Morgan, M. D., San 

Francisco, Cal. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Programm (Das) Bergfrieden. Idylle. Evening Thoughts 

on the Highlands. Fur Orchester. Richard Eilenberg. 

Op. 203. Otto Forberg, Leipzig. ( Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Proposing. Song. Words by Bayard Taylor. Music 

by J. W. BischofT. The John Church Company, Cin- 
cinnati. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
PussyWillows. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Jessie 

L. Gaynor. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Queen of the Festival. March and Two-step. [Piano.] 

By Win. F. Roehr. W. F. Roehr, Topeka, Kans. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Queen of the Valley Waltz. [Piano.] By Webster 

Rawcliffe. Patey & Willis, London, W. (Received 

Sept. 21, 1897). 
Rag (A) Time Frolic. Wing dance. Two-step. [Or- 
chestra and piano.] Arranged by Geo. L. Tracy. 

Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. (Received Sept. 20, 

1897.) 
Ragtime Patrol. 1377. For mandolin or violin. R.J. 

Hamilton. National Music Company, New York and 

Chicago. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Rag Town Blues. Coon Dance. [Piano.] By Rufus 

C. Garland. Washington, D. C. : E. F. Droop' & Sons. 

(Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Recreation. March and two-step. [Orchestra and 

piano.] W. H. Krell. Arranged by Robert Recker. 

(Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Red, White, and Blue in key of D, or Columbia the 

Gem of the Ocean, ending with Yankee Doodle. David 

T.Shaw. First mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by A. 

Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
Red, White, and Blue, or Columbia the Gem of the 

Ocean, ending with Yaukeee Doodle. Second mando- 
lin part. By A. Lopes, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Reichshoffen. Mazurka Militaire. Tour piano. Par 

Edmond Missa. Paris: Enoch & Cie. (Received Sept. 

25, 1897.) 
Responses. No. 1. Hear Our Prayer. Geo. J. Fer- 
reira, [n. i.] (Received Sept 20, 1897.) 
Responses. No. 2. Lord, We Pray Thee. Geo. J. 

Ferreira. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Responses. No. 3. The Shadows Fall so Gently. J. 

Minot Savage-George J. Ferreira. [n. i.] (Received 

Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Responses. No. 4. Leaning On Thy TenderCare. Geo. 

J. Ferreira. [n. i.] (Received Sept. - 20, 1897.) 
Rise, My Soul. (St. Oran.) Part 2, No. 371. By E. 

C. Bairstow. London and. New York : Novello, Ewer 

& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



W. H. Ogden, New York. 



Geo. F. G. Morgan, 

San Francisco, Cal. 



Otto Forberg, 



Leipzig. 



The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 

The Macmillan Company, 

London and New York. 
W. F. Roehr, Topeka, Kans. 



Patey & Willis, London, W. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 



National Music Company, 

Chicago. 

E. F. Droop & Sons. 

Washington, D. C. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Do. 



Enoch & Cie, Paris, France. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 
Do. 

Do. 



Do. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Romance. Violiu or 'cello and piano. W. O. Wilkin- 
son. Oliver Ditson Company. Boston, Mass. (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Romance. No. 1. See Jnles Haiuauer, Breslau. 

Romanza Appassionata. Op. 7, No. I. [Piano.] John 
Orth. Boston : Oliver Ditson Company. (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

Roseate (The) Hues. (Alpha.) Second tune. No. 355. 
By H. Hiles. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 
& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Roses (The) Growing by the Homestead Door. Words 
by W. H. Gardner. Music by M. B. Luwry. The 
Vivian Music Publishing Company, Boston, Mass. 
(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Reverie. Violin and pianoforte. J. Christopher Marks. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Sauirnlung Melodischer Tonstiicke. Fiir violine (solo 
oder chor) und violine, second viola, violoncello. 
Flote, mit begleitung von harmonium, orgel, oder 
pianoforte. Bearbeitet von Phil. Jos. Fries. 1. An- 
dante. Zurich: Phil. Fries. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Sammluno; Melodischer Tonstiicke. Fiir violine (solo 
oder chor) und violine, second viola, violoncell. Flote, 
mit begleitung von harmonium, orgel, oder pianoforte. 
Bearbeitet von Phil. Jos. Fries. 2. Choral-melodie. 
C. Czerny. Ziirich : Phil. Fries. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Sammlung Melodischer Tonstiicke. Fiir violin (solo 
oder chor) und violine, second viola, violoncell. Flote, 
mit begleitung von harmonium, orgel, oder pianoforte. 
Bearbeitet von Phil. Jos. Fries. 3. Andante maestoso 
religiose A. Miiller. Ziirich : Phil. Fries. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Sammlung Melodischer Tonstiicke. Fiir violine (solo 
oder chor) und violine, second viola, violoncell. Flote, 
mit begleitUDg von harmonium, orgel, oder pianoforte. 
Bearbeitet von Phil. Jos. Fries. 4. Adagio. Ziir- 
rich: Phil. Fries. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Sammlung Melodischer Tonstiicke. Fiir violine (solo 
oder chor) und violine, second viola, violoncell. Flote, 
mit begleitung von harmonium, orgel, oder pianoforte. 
Bearbeitet von Phil. Jos. Fries. 5. Andante canta- 
bile. Ziirich : Phil. Fries. (Received Sept. 22, 1897. 

Sammlung Melodischer Tonstiicke. Fiir violine (solo 
oder chor) und violine, second viola, violoncell. Flote, 
mit begleitung von harmonium, orgel, oder pianoforte. 
Bearbeitet von Phil. Jos. Fries. 6'. Trauer marsch. 
F. Chopin. Zurich : Phil. Fries. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Sarabande. For pianoforte. By Francis Thome. Lon- 
don : Stanley Lucas & Co., Ltd. (Received Sept. 20, 
1897. ) 

Saviour Sprinkle. No. 255. By B. Tours. London 
and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 
23, 1897.) 

Scenes That Are Brightest. "Maritana." Wallace. 
First mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by A. Lopes. 
A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

5 T E 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 

The Vivian Music Publish- 
ing Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



Phil. Fries, 



Do. 



Zurich. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



E. Hatzfeld. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pkoprietoks. 



Schliiger (Den) in der Faust. Burchenlied. Text von 
L. Ferry. Musik von A. M. Fechner. Vorrathing 
in Wien bei V. Kratochwill 1, Wollzeile 1. (Received 
Sept. 24, 1897.) 

See, Amid the Winter's Snow. Christmas carol. Srs. 
of Mercy, Manchester, N. H. (Eeceived Sept. 20, 
1897.) 

Segreto (II) (O, the Secret). Lucretia Borgia, Doni- 
zetti. First mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by A. 
Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Keceived Sept. 

22, 1897.) 

Sentinel's (The) Dream. Military March. For man- 
dolin or violin. R. H. Hamilton. National Music 
Company, New York and Chicago. (Received Sept. 

23, 1897.) 

Shadows (The) Fall So Gently. No. 3. See Oliver 
Ditson Company, Boston. 

She the Talk of New York. A quaint little waltz song. 
Words by James O'Dea. Music by M. B. Ganett. 
Sol. Bloom, Chicago. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

She Was Once So Happy. Song. Words by John 
Hruby. Music by Thomas Hruby. The Thompson 
Music Company, Chicago, 111. (Received Sept. 24, 
1897.) 

Silent Night, Sacred Night. Christmas carol. Quar- 
tette. No. 9924. Wm. Arms Fisher, [n. i.] (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Silver Night. [Vocal, j Lydia Avery Coonley. Eleanor 
Smith, [n. L] (Received Sept. 25, 1897. ) 

Since I Have Overcome. No. 21. [Vocal.] Ida M. 
Budd. Chas. H. Gabriel. (Received Sept, 20, 1897.) 

Sing, Smile, Slumber. Serenade. Band. Solo for 
cornet or baritone. Chas. Gounod. Arranged by 
Theo. M. Tobani. Carl Fischer, New York. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Sing to the Lord. (Chester.) Second tune. No. 309. 
By J. C. Bridge. London aud New York : Novello, 
Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

Snare (The). No. 151. (Women's voices.) English 
version by Frederick W. Bancroft. Th. Podbertskv. 
Op. 94, No. 1. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Snow Balls. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Jessie L. 
Gaynor. [n. L] (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Snowflakes (The). Junior unison song. Words by 
S. J. Mulford. Composed by Kate Boundy. Lou- 
don : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Solomon in all His Glory. Sacred song. By J. W. 
RaLdolph. Thos. Goggan & Bro., Galveston. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Sonatinas, Without Octaves. [Piano.] ByG. Sarakowski. 
No. 7, in A minor. London : Phillips & Page. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897. ) 

Sonatinas, Without Octaves. No. 8, in G. [Piano.] 
By G. Sarakowski. London : Phillips & Page. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Sonatinas, Without Octaves. No. 9 in F. [Piano.] By 
G. Sarakowski. London: Phillips & Page. (Received 
Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Sonatinas, Without Octaves. No. 10, in G minor. [Piano.] 
By G. Sarakowski. London : Phillips & Page. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24, 1897.) 



A. M. Fechner. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



National Music Company, 
New York and Chicago. 



Sol. Bloom, 



Chicago. 



The Thompson Music Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 

The Macmillan Company, 

London and New York. 
Chas. H. Gabriel. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



The Macmillan Company, 

London and New \ork. 
Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London. 

Thos. Goggan & Bro., 

Galveston. 

Phillips & Page. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Sonatinas. Without Octaves. No. 11, in B flat. [Piano.] 
By G-. Sarakowski. London: Phillips & Page. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24,1897.) 

Sonatinas, Without Octaves. No. 12, in G. [Piano.] 
By G. Sarakowski. London : Phillips & Page* (Re- 
ceived Sept. 24,1897.) 

Songs of Egypt. Egyptische Gesange. A cycle of six 
songs. Words by Helen F. Schweitzer. Deutsche 
Ubersetzung von F. H. Schneider. Music by Gran- 
ville Bantock. Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 22, 1897.) 

Songs of Thankfulness (Rudgwick). No. 98. By G. C. 
Martin. London and New York : Novello, Ewer& Co. 
(Received Sept, 23, 1897.) 

Sousa's Band March (Orchestra and piano). Raphael 
Fassett. Harry Coleman, Philadelphia, Pa. (Received 
Sept, 20, 1897.) 

Sous La Ramee. Valse Chantee. Paroles et Musique 
de A. Du Bois De Jaeger. Brussels : Schott Freres. 
(Received Sept, 24, 1897.) 

Spanish Serenade. For the pianoforte. By B. Harnma. 
Op. 101. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. (Received Sept. 
21, 1897.) 

Spirit of God. (Armagh.) No. 193. By C. H. Lloyd. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 23,1897.) 

Spirit Unseen. No. 194. By B. Haynes. London and 
New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept, 23, 
1897.) 

Spring Greetings. For the pianoforte. By B. Hamma. 
Op. 101. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. (Received Sept. 
22,1897.) 

Stars of Glorv. Christmas carol. [Vocal.] Sisters of 
Mercy, Manchester, N. H. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Steirische Walzer. Valses Styrieunes. Fiir pianoforte. 
Componist von Franz Behr. Gebriider Hug & Co., 
Leipzig. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Sugar (The) of Life. Irish ballad. Words and music 
by T. H. Fitman. Sanders & Stayman, Washington, 
D. C. (Received Sept, 22, 1897.) 

Suite fiir Violoncell und Pianoforte Von David Pop- 
per. Opies 60. 1. Allegro giojoso. Leipzig : C. F. 
Peters. (Received Sept, 22, 1897. ) 

Sunshine Song. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Fred- 
eric W. Root. [n. L] (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Sweethearts Once, Friends To-Day. For mandolin or 
violin. G. J. Southwick. National Music Company, 
New York and Chicago. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Sweetly Resting. No. 12. [Vocal.] H.A.Henry. |n. i.] 
(Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Taran telle No. 5. See Jules Hainauer, Breslau. 

Tell Him That You Love Him. [Song.] Words by 
Clarence McElroy. Music by Mark H. Kesler. Kansas 
City, Mo. : Geo. Bindbeutel. Received Sept. 20. 1897. 

Tell Me, My Lady. Words and music by Barney Fagan. 
Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York. (Received Sept. 25, 
1897.) 

Tell the Story. No. 4. [Vocal] Rev. Neal A. McAulay. 
Chas. H. Gabriel. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Tempest of the Heart. II Trovatore. Verdi. First 
mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by A. Lopes. A. Lopes, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 



Phillips & Page. 

Do. 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 

Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 

Harry Coleman, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

A. Du Bois De Jaeger. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Do. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 
Gebriider Hug & Co., 

Leipzig. 

T. H. Fitman. 



C. F. Peters, 



Leipzig. 



The Macmillan Company, 
London and New York. 

National Music Company, 
New York and Chicago. 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 



Geo. Bindbeutel, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Jos. W. Stern & Co., 

New York. 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Tenderness. 6-7s. [Vocal.] H. P. Main. (Received 
Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Tennessee Centennial March. [Piano with chorus.] 
Conterno's Souvenir. Words by Miss Minnie Irving. 
Music by Dr. G. E. Conterno. Opus 66. New York : 
Luciano Conterno & Sons. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Then You'll Remember Me. "Bohemian Girl." Balfe. 
First mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by A. Lopes. 
A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

There is a Blessed. (Compton Bishop.) Second tune. 
No. 162. By A. H. D. Prendergast. Loudon and New 
York: Novello, Ewer&Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

There is a Green Hill. (First tune.) No. 286. Gounod. 
Arranged by J. F. Bridge. London and New York : 
Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Those Christmas Bells. [Vocal.] Words by Minnie A. 
Greiner. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Thou Say'st (Following). No. 356. By J. Stainer. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. 

* (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Thou'rt Like Unto a Lovely Flower. Song. Words 
from the German of Heine. Music by Louis Baker 
Phillips. The John Church Company, Cincinnati. 
(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

Three in One. (Second tune.) No. 198. By F. H. 
Cowen. Loudon and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

Through the Day (Repose). First tune. No. 29. 
By J. Stainer. Londou and New York : Novello. 
Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

Through the Day. Second tune. No. 29. By G. M. 
Garrett. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

To-Day. No. 2. [Vocal.] Adam Craig. Dr. S. B. 
Jackson. (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

To Jehovah, God of Night. No. 315. By F. H. Cowen, 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 

To Thee, O Lord, Our Hearts We Raise. Thanksgiving 
Anthem. [Quartette and organ.] P. A. Schnecker. 
[n. i. ] (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

Trauermarsch. 6. F. Chopin. See Fries, Phil. 

Trois Pieces Intimes. No. 1. Romance. Pour piano. 
Par Carolus Agghazy. CEuvre 29. Breslau : Jules 
Hainauer. ( Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

Trois Pieces Intimes. No. 2. Petit impromptu. Pour 
piano. Par Carolus Agghazy. CEuvre 29. Breslau : 
Jules Hainauer. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Trois Pieces Intimes. No. 3. Pastourelle. Pour 
piano. Par Carolus Agghazy. CEuvre 29. Breslau : 
Jules Hainauer. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Twelve Piano Lessons. On Classical and Modern 
Masters. By Emil Liebling. The S. Brainard's 
Sons' Company, Chicago. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Under the Stars. [Vocal.] Anna S. Driscol. Margaret 
Coote Brown. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

Unforgotten (The) Song. (A ballad of olden Andalusia.) 
For medium voice. A.Tregina. Oliver Ditson Com- 
pany, Boston. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 



Hubert P. Main. 

G. E. Conterno, New York. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Do. 



Geo. F. Rosche. 

Novello, Ewer&Co., 

Londou and New York. 

The John Church Company, 
Cincinnati. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

Loudon and New York. 

Do. 



Do. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

| Boston, Mass ] 



Jules Hainauer, Breslau. 

Do. 

Do. 

The S. Brainard's Sons' Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Margaret Coote Brown, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 



37 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Unstiite Liebe. Miiuuerchor. (Altdeutshes Volkslied.) 
Heinrich Zollner. Op. 69, No. 4. Leipzig: Fr. 
Kistner. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Up to the Hills. (Heavenward.) No. 358. By J. C. 
Bridge. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

Upward the Flames Roll. (Stride La Vampa. ) Canzone. 
Ending with final of Gypsies chorus. II Trovatore. 
Verdi. First mandolin. (Solo.) Arranged by A. 
Lopes. A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N, Y. (Received Sept. 
22,1897.) 

Valse-Caprice. Sur dis Themes de J. Strauss. Pour 
Deux pianos. Par J. Philipp. Paris : Heugel et Cie. 
(Received Sept, 24, 1897.) 

Valse Elegante. For the piano. By C. J. Groenwald. 
Hatch Music Companv, Philadelphia. (Received 
Sept. 24, 1897.) 

Valse Etude. Pour le piano. Par Serge Wolchowsky. 
Op. 6. Leipzig: Emil Grude. (Received Sept, 22, 1897.) 

Valse Gracieuse. (Valse No. 3.) [Piano.] John Orth. 
Op. 7, No. 3. Boston : Oliver Ditson Company. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

Vanguard (The) March. Band. J. C. Heed. Carl 
Fischer, New York. (Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Venezia, No. 1. (Venice.) See Jost, J. W. 

Violettes(Les). No. 2. LesVeilchen. Polka-mazurka. 
See Gebriider Hug & Co. 

Wacht (Die) urn Mitternacht. Miinnerchor. Fr. 
Riickert. Heinrich Zollner Op. 69, No. 3. Leipzig : 
Fr. Kistner. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Wait, Work, Pray. No. 7. [Vocal.] Adam Craig. 
Oran Williams, [n. i.] (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

Walking in His Ways. Psalm 128. 8s and 7s. [Vocal.] 
J. B. Herbert. (Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Wanderer's Nachtlied. Achlstimmiger. Maunerchor. 
Goethe. Heinrich Zollner. Op. 69, No. 1. Fr. Kist- 
ner. (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

We, Like Stars, May Shine. No. 4. [Vocal.] Mrs. 
Harrieti E. Jones. Geo. H. Crosby, [n. i.] (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 

We Sing His Love. No. 156. By C. Gounod. London 
and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 
23, 1897.) 

We Thank Thee, Lord. (Marlborough.) No. 178. By 
G. F. Cobb. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 
& Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

When Gazing in Thine Eyes So Dear. (Wenn ich in 
Deine Augen Seh.) (Alto or bar.) H.Heine. Trans- 
lated by Julie M. Lippmann. Charles Fonteyn Man- 
ney. Opus 3, No. 1. Boston : Oliver Ditson Com- 
pany. (Received Sept. 20, 1897. ) 

When the Paschal. (First tune.) No. 143. By C. H. 
H. Parry. London and New York : Novello, Ewer & 
Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 

When the Paschal. (Second tune.) Kedron. No. 143. 
By J. F. Bridge. London and New York : Novello, 
Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897. ) 

When the Weary. (Elijah.) No. 341. By J. F. Bridge. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 



Fr. Kistner, 



Leipzig 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

A. Lopes, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Heugel et Cie, 



Paris. 



Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 



Emil Grude, 



Leipzig. 



Oliver Ditson Company. 

Boston, Mass. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



Fr. Kistner, 



Leipzig. 



Chas. H. Gabriel. 

J. B. Herbert. 

Fr. Kistner, Leipzig. 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



Do. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston, Mass. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Do. 



Do. 



38 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



PttOPKIETORS. 



Where Shall We Find? (Swynnerton.) No. 99. By 
J. F. Bridge. London and New York : Novello, Ewer 
&Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Where Shall We Learn? (First tune.) No. 147. By 
C. H. H. Parry. London and New York : Novello 
Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Where Shall We Learn? (Redemption.) Second tune. 
No. 147. By J. F. Bridge. London and New York : 
Novello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Wind Song. [Vocal.] Lydia Avery Coonley. Fred- 
eric W. Root. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 25. 1897.) 
Winter Reigneth (Winter). No. 32. By J. F. Bridge. 
London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897. ) 
With Glory Clad. (Highwood.) No. 316. By J. 
Chippingdale. London and New York : Novello Ewer 
&Co. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Wohltemperirte (Das) Clavier. Yon Johann Sebastian 
Bach. Bearbeitet, erlautet und mit daran auknup- 
fenden Beispielen und Anweisungen fur das Studium 
der modernen Clavier spieltechnik herausgegeben von 
Terruccio B. Busoni. Drittes Heft. New York : G. 
Schirmer. (Received Sept. 24, 1897.) 
Wot Cher. 1832. For mandolin or violin. Chevalier. 
National Music Company, New York and Chicago. 
(Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Won't You Please Buy Some Flowers. Song. ByRufus 
C. Garland. Washington, D. C. : E. F. Droop & Sons 
(Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 
Y. M. G. C. March. [Piano.] By Chas. Maillet. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Yes, I Do Love You, Dear. Poem. By Alanson T. 
Schuman. Song by Kate Vannah. Oliver Ditson 
Company, Boston. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Yonder Now the Sun is Sinking (Driiben Geht Die Son- 
ne scheiden.) (Alto or baratone.) N. Lenau. Charles 
Fonteyn Manney. Opus 3, No. 4. Boston: Oliver 
Ditson Company. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
You Are a Daisy. Waltz, song, and chorus. Words 
and music by E. Nattes. Orphean Music Publishing 
Company, New York. (Received Sept. 2, 1897.) 
Zigeunerlieder. Ciganske melodie. Gipsy melodies. 
Gedichte von Adolf Heyduk (deutsch von O. Maly- 
brok-Stieler) fiir eine Singstimme mit Begleitung 
des Pianoforte. Yon Yitezslav Novak. Op. 14. N. 
Simrock, Berlin. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Zwei geistliche Lieder. Nro. 1. "Marias Sehmerz." 
Gedicht von Karl Griiueiseu. Componist fiir eine 
mittlere Singstimme mit Orgel-oder Klavier-Beglei- 
tung von Lothar Kempter. Opus 24. Gebriider 
Hug & Co., Leipzig. (Received Sept. 20, 1897.) 
Zwei geistliche Lieder. Nro. 2. "Das schlummernde 
Jesuskiud." Gedicht von Sophie Schwarz. Com- 
ponist fiir eine mittlere Singstimme mit Orgel-oder 
klavier-Begleitung von Lothar Kempter. Op. 24. 
Gebriider Hug & Co., Leipzig. (Received Sept. 20, 
1897.) 
Zwei Mannerchore No. 1. Venezia. (Venice.) Com- 
ponist von Louis Koemmenick. Op. 24. Philadel- 
phia, Pa.: J. W. . lost. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 
Zwei Mannerchore No. 2. Abschied. (Parting.) Com- 
ponist von Louis Koemmenich. Op. 24. Philadel- 
phia, Pa.: J. W. Yost. (Received Sept. 23, 1897.) 



Titles. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Do. 



Do. 



The Macmillan Company, 
London and New York. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 

Do. 



G. Schirmer, 



New York. 



National Music Company, 

Chicago. 

E. F. Droop & Sons, 

Washington, D. C. 

Chas. Maillet, New Orleans. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

Do. 



Orphean Music Publishing 
Company, New York. 



N. Simrock, 



Berlin. 



Gebriider, Hug & Co., 

Leipzig 



Do. 

J. W. Jost, Philadelphia. 
Do. 



39 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS— AN INDEX BY NAMES OF PROPRIETORS. 



Allen Co. (The Wiley B.), Portland, Oreg.: 

Just Keep Cool. [Jndd. Vocal.] 
Ascherberg (E.) & Co.. London: 

Bine Bells. [Pallisen. Song in G.] 
Avery (Mary): 

A Mystery. [Avery. Vocal.] 
Berg (Bernard): 

Gavotte Lila. Op. 57. [Berg. Piano. ] 
Bilger (O. F.), Oakland, Iowa: 

Love's Welcome. [Bilger. Vocal.] 
March, The Head Light. [Bilger. 
Pianoforte and cabinet organ.] 
Bindbeutel (Geo.), Kansas City, Mo.: 

Can I Forget You? [Kesler. Vocal.] 
The Kansas City Times March. [Ja- 
cobs. Piano. ] 
Mother Old and Gray. [Flowers. 

Vocal.] 
Tell Him that You Love Him. [Kes- 
ler. Vocal. ] 
Bloom (Sol.), Chicago : 

She the Talk of New York. [Garrett, 
Vocal.] 
Bordes : 

Cantate a la Vierge Immaculee. [Bi- 
dal. Vocal.] 
Bote (Ed.) & G. Bock, Berlin : 

Germanische Tiinze. [Krenz. Violine 
und Klavier.] 
Brainard's (S.) Sons Company, Chicago: 
Twelve Piano Lessons. [Liebling.] 

Brand Publishing Company, Cincinnati : 
Kansas City Star March. [Liberati. 

Orchestra and piano. ] 
Little Dot. [Froehlich. Orchestra 
and piano.] 
Breitkpof & Hartel, Leipzig : 

Concert Polonaise. [Listemann. Vio- 
line.] 
Drei geistliche lieder. [ Bonvin. Vo- 
cal.] 
Elaino. [Steggall. Vocal.] 
Ghismonda. [d' Albert. Orchestra. ] 
Idyll. [Listemann. Violin.] 
Songs of Egypt. [Bautock. Vocal.] 

Brenton (Burt), Detroit, Mich.: 

The Ball Player. [Brenton. Piano. ] 
Brown (Margaret Coote), Detroit: 

Under the Stars. [Brown. Vocal.] 
Buskirk (Dessie), U. S.: 

Klondike Grand March. [Buskirk. 
Piano. ] 
Caman (W. H): 

The Colonel March. [Caman. Piano. ] 
Church (John) Co., Cincinnati: 

Echo. [Armstrong. Vocal.] 

Lovely as a Rose Schottische. [Dan- 
iels. Orchestra and piano.] 

Merza. [Phillips. Vocal.] 

Nocturno. [Zeisberg. Piano.] 
Church (John) Company, Cincinnati : 

Old Colony March. [Daniels. Or- 
chestra and piano. ] 



Church (John) Company, Cincinnati : 

Only Come Back to Me. [Mullen. 

Vocal.] 
Proposing. [Bischoff. Vocal.] 
Thou 'rt Like Unto a Lovely Flower. 
[Phillips. Vocal.] 

Coleman (Harry), Philadelphia, Pa. : 

Hell Up to Date. [Fassett. Orchestra 

and piano. ] 
Papinta. [Hart well. Orchestra and 

piano.] 
Sousa's Band March. [Fassett. Or- 
chestra and i)iano.] 

Columbia Music Pub. Co. , Pittsburg, Pa. : 
The Cosmopolitan March. [Gernert. 
Piano.] 

Conterno (G. E.), New York : 

Tennessee Centennial March. [Con- 
terno. Piano. ] 
Cur win & Sons, London : 

Phizzi-ol-ol-ol-o-gee. [Coombs. Vo- 
cal.] 

De Jaeger (A. Du Bois): 

Sous La Ramee. [De Jaeger. Vocal.] 
Ditson (Oliver) Company, Boston : 

Angels From the Realms of Glory. 

[Fisher. Vocal.) 
Angels We Have Heard on High. 

[Srs. of Mercy. Vocal.] 
Behold, There Came Wise Men. [An- 
drews. Vocal bar. solo. ] 
By the Brookside. [Orth. Piano. ] 
Calm on the Listening Ear of Night. 

[Fisher. Vocal quartette.] 
Calm on the Listening Ear of Night. 

[Fisher. Vocal solo.] 
Comes My Love To-day. (Kommt 

tiens liebchen heut. ) [Manney.] 
Beyond the Angel-Guarded Gates. 

[Carter. Vocal sop. or ten. in E 

flat.] 
Christmas Morn. [Noyes. Vocal.] 
A Day in June. [Orth. Piano.] 
Dedication. (Widmung. ) [Manney. 

Vocal.] 
Dolce Far Niente. [Orth. Piano.] 
Flash Galop. [Christie. Orchestra 

and piano. ] 
Forest Hill Waltzes. [Spross. Piano.] 
Hark, the Herald Angels Sing. [Sch- 

necker. Vocal.] 
In the Blush of Evening. [Gilchrist. 

Vocal.] 
TheLastHope. (Meditation.) [Gotts- 

chalk. Piano. ] 
The Love of All the Ages. [Bullard. 

Vocal quartette.] 
The Lover's Loom. [Carter. Vocal.] 
Magnificat. [Spence. Vocal.] 
The Midnight Sea. [Tregina. Vocal.] 
The Nights. [Gilchrist. Vocal.] 
Offertorie in G. [Ford. Organ.] 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Ditson (Oliver) Company, Boston : 

Orpheus with His Lute. [Manney. 
Vocal.] 

Our Praises Heavenward Sending. 
[Fisher. Vocal.] 

The Pearl of Damascus. [Tregina. 
Vocal.] 

A Rag Time Frolic. [Tracy. Orches- 
tra and piano.] 

Responses. No. 1. Hear Our Prayer. 
[Ferreira. Vocal.] 

Responses. No. 3. The Shadow Falls 
So Gently. [Ferreira. Vocal.] 

Responses. No. 4. Leaning on Thy 
Tender Care. [Ferriera. Vocal.] 

Romance. [Wilkinson. Violin or 
cello and piano.] 

Romanza Appassiouata. [Orth. Pi- 
ano.] 

See, Amid the Winter's Snow. [Sis- 
ters of Mercy, Manchester, N. H. 
Vocal.] 

Silent Night, Sacred Night. [Fisher. 
Vocal.] 

Stars of Glory. [Sisters of Mercy, 
Manchester, N. H. Vocal.] 

To Thee, O Lord, Our Hearts We Raise. 
[Schnecker. Vocal.] 

The Unforgotten Song. [Tregina. 
Vocal ] 

Valse Gracieuse. [Orth. Piano.] 

When Gazing in Thine Eyes so Dear. 
[Manney. Vocal.] 

Yes, I Do Love You, Dear. [Vannah. 
Vocal.] 

Yonder Now the Sun is Sinking. 
(Driibeu geht die sonne Scheiden.) 
[Manney. Vocal.] Alto or bari- 
tone. Op. 3, No. 4. 

Droop (E. F.) & Sons, Washington : 

Rag Town Blues. Coon dance. [Gar- 
land. Piano.] 
Won't You Please Buy Some Flow- 
ers ? [Garland. Vocal. ] 

Durand (A.) & Fils, Paris: 

Les baisers sont des fieurs. [Fon- 

tenailles. Vocal.] Ton original en 

sol mineur pour soprano. 
L'heure d'aimer. [Fontenailles. 

Vocal. ] Ton original en la flat pour 

tenor. 
Fiity Noels Ancieus. Recueillis. 

[Roques. Organ.] Et transcrits 

pour orgue. 

Durant (K.L.): 

Among the Poppies. Mazurka. 

[Angeloty. Piano.] 
Florencita. (The little flower girl.) 
Op. 54. [Berg. Piano. ] 

Ellis & Lawson, Kansas City, Mo. : 

The Fairies Well. [Ellis. Vocal.] 



Enoch & Cie, Paris : 

De fil en Aiguille. [Gillet. Piano.] 
Mazurka des Oiseaux. [Missa. 

Piano.] 
Reichshoffen. Mazurka militaire. 

[Missa. Piano. ] 
Fechner (A. M. ) : 

Den Schlager in der Faust Burchen- 

lied. [Fechner. Vocal. ] 
Fischer (Carl), New York: 

The Amateur Cornetist. [Sohst. 

Cornet.] 
The Elberon March (two-step). [Ba- 

logh. Piano.] 
Light Cavalry Overture. [Suppe\ 

Band.] 
Lohengrin. No. 2. Zugder Frauen. 

I Wagner. Violin and piano.] 
Lohengrin. No. 3. Introduction to 

third act. [Wagner. Violin and 

piano.] 
Lohengrin. No. 4. Bridal song. 

[Wagner. Violin and piano.] 
Lohengrin 5. Schwanenlied and 

Elsa's Jubelgesang. [Wagner. Vio- 
lin and piano.] 
The Lost Chord. [Sullivan. Band.] 
Love's Serenade. [Stahl. Guitar and 

mandolin.] 
Maritana. Overture. [Wallace. 

Band.] 
Non e ver. [Mattei. Band.] 
Sing, Smile, Slumber. [Gounod. 

Band.] 
The Vanguard March. [Heed. Band.] 
Fit nam (T. H.) : 

The Sugar of Life. [Fitnam. Vocal.] 
Forberg (Otto), Leipzig : 

Das Programm. [Eilenberg. Orches- 

ter.] 
Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig: 

Orgelsonate, No. 18. [Rheinberger. 

Capriccio.] 
Orgelsonate, No. 18. [Rheinberger. 

Idylle.] 
Orgelsonate. No. 18. [Rheinberger. 

Phantasie. ] 
Fries (Phil.), Ziirich : 

Sammlung melodischer tonstiicke. 1. 

Andante. [Fries. ] 
Sammlung melodischer tonstuche. 2. 

Choral melodie. [Fries.] 
Sammlung melodischer tonstiicke. 3. 

Andante maestoso religiose [Fries. ] 
Sammlung melodischer tonstiicke. 4. 

Adagio. [Fries. ] 
Sammlung melodischer tonstiicke. 5. 

Andante cantabile. [Fries.] 
Sammlung melodischer tonstiicke. 6. 

Trauermarsch. [Fries. ] 
Gabriel (Chas. H.): 

Come Unto Me. [Williams. Vocal.] 
Cradle Song. [Gabriel. Vocal mezzo 

sop.] 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Gabriel (Chas. H.): 

Eternal is Thy Word. No. 42. 

[Emerson. Vocal.] 
For Jesus' Sake. No. 13. [Emerson. 

Vocal.] 
Gracious God, Thou Knowest. No. 

43. [Gabriel. Vocal.] 
Her Lord Said No. No. 31. [Em- 
erson. Vocal.] 
In That City Over There. No. 1. 

[Gabriel. Vocal.] 
Just Beyond. No. 10. "[Gabriel. 

Vocal.] 
Look to Thy Countersign. No. 35. 

[Gabriel. Vocal.] 
Looking Unto Jesus. No. 27. [Jack- 
son. Vocal.] 
Loyal to Jesus. No. 36. [Henry. 

Vocal.] 
O Death ! Where is Thy Sting? [Jes- 

real. Vocal.] 
Since I Have Overcome. No. 21. 

[Gabriel. Vocal.] 
Sweetly Resting. No. 12. [Henry. 

Vocal.] 
Tell the Story. No. 4. [Gabriel. 

Vocal.] 
To-day. No. 2. [Jackson. Vocal.] 
Wait, Work, Pray. No. 7. [Wil- 
liams. Vocal.] 
We Like Stars May Shine. No. 4. 

[Crosby. Vocal.] 
Gilchrist (Robt.W.): 

Cheer Up, Mother! [Gilchrist. 

Vocal.] 
Goggan (Thos.) & Bro., Galveston, Tex. : 
I'll Soon Return Again, Aileen. 

[Miller.] 
A Little Sprig of Mistletoe. [Mal- 

vera. Vocal. J 
Solomon in All His Glory. [Ran- 
dolph. Vocal.] 
Grant (Prof. H.N.) : 

The Klondike Two-step. [Grant. 

Piano.] 
Grade (Emil), Leipzig : 

Valse Etude. [Wolchowsky. Piano.] 
Guild (E. B.), Topeka, Kans. : 

Inter Nos. Two-step. [Martin. 

Piano.] 
Hainauer (Jules), Breslau : 

Musique de Pantomime. [Agghazy. 

Piano.] 
Trois pieces intimes. [Agghazy. 

Piano. ] 
Trois pieces intimes. [Agghazy. 

Piano.] 
Hainauer (Jules), Breslau: 

Trois Pieces Intimes. [Agghazy. 

Piano. ] 
Hammond (Mrs. Aurelia): 

The Grave of John Brown. [Cobb. 

Vocal.] 
Harding (La Blanche): 

The Bicycle Girl. [Harding. Vocal.] 

6 T E 



Harris (Charles K.), Milwaukee Wis. : 

I Love Her Just the Same. [Harris. 
Two mandolins and guitar.] 

I've Been Faithful to You. [Harris. 
Two mandolins and guitar.] 

Just Behind the Times. [Harris. 
Two mandolins and guitar.] 

On the Boulevard. [Howard. Vocal.] 

The Organ-Grinder's Serenade. [Har- 
ris. Two mandolins and guitar.] 
Hatch Music Company, Philadelphia. 

As in the Days When First We Met. 
[Gilbert. Vocal.] 

The Hunt. f Jschaiowsky.] 

Valse Elegante. [Greeirwald. Piano.] 
Hatzfeld (E.): 

Berceuse. [Bachmann. Violin and 
piano. ] 

The Elephant's Trip. [Howard. Vo- 
cal.] 

Sarabande. [Thorne\ Piano.] 
Heizmann (Theo. J.): 

Flag of the Union. [T. I. H. Piano 
or organ.] 
Herbert (J.B.): 

Walking in His Ways. [Herbert. 
Vocal.] 
Heugel & Cie, Paris, France : 

Cortes de Fils. No. 10. [Holmes. 
Vocal.] 

Valse Caprice. [Philipp. Deux piano.] 
Howard & Co., Paris, France : 

Below, Below. [Le Brunn. Vocal.] 
Hug (Gebruder) & Co., Leipzig : 

Alpenrosen. Alpine Roses. [Allet- 
ter. Pianoforte. ] 

Aus guter alter zeit. "From good 
old time. ' ' [Aletter. Piano. ] 

Chant d'amour. (Love song. ) [Alet- 
ter. Piano. ] 

Fest-fantasie. [Rossi. Piano.] 

Steirische Walzer. Valse Styriennes. 
[Behr. Pianoforte. ] 

Zwei geistliche lieder. 1. Maria's 
Schmerz. [Kempter.] 

Zwei geistliche lieder. 2. Das 
schlummerde jesuskind. [Kemp- 
ter. | 
Janins (F.), et ses Fils, Lyon : 

Aborada. [Colomer. Piano. ] 

Novelette. [Colomer. Piano.] 
Jost (J. W.), Philadelphia : 

Abschied. [Koemmenick. Vocal.] 

Im Kruge zuden Linden fiir Vier- 
stimmigen. [Jost. Vocal.] 

Venezia. No. 1. (Venice.) [Koem- 
menick. Vocal. ] 

Kimbrough (L. A. ) : 

Little R. J. [Kimbrough. Vocal.] 

Kistner (Fr.), Leipzig: 

Auf dem Alpensee. [Zolluer. Man- 

nerchor.] 
Der liebsten nam en. [Zollner. M ; in- 

nerchor. ] 



42 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS) -Continued. 



Kistner (Fr.), Leipzig : 

heimat. [Zollner. Miinnerchor.] 
Unstiite liebe. [Zollner. Manner- 

chor. ] 
Die wacht um mitternacht. [Zollner. 

Mannerchor. ] 
Wanderer's nachtlied. [Zollner. 

Mannerchor.] 
Korn (Clara A.), New York : 
Gavot 3. [Korn. Piano.] 

Kustermann (G.), Green Bay, Wis.: 

Papa's Darling Is My Name. [Kus- 
termann. Vocal.] 

Lopes (A.), Brooklyn, N. Y. : 

A. L. March. 2d mandolin part. Ar- 
ranged by A. Lopes. [Lopes. Man- 
dolin. ] 

Annie Laurie, in key of D. 1st man- 
dolin (solo). By A. Lopes. [Lopes. 
Mandolin. ] 

Aria of Leonora. ''II Trovatore. " 
First mandolin (solo). By A. Lopes. 
[Verdi. Mandolin.] 

Aria of Leonora. II Trovatore. Sec- 
ond mandolin part. By A. Lopes. 
[Verdi. Mandolin.] 

Back to Our Mountains. "II Trova- 
tore." First mandolin (solo). By 
A. Lopes. [Lopes. Mandolin.] 

Back to Our Mountains, ending with 
But a Moment Lost. "II Trova- 
tore." Second mandolin part. By 
A. Lopes. [Verdi. Mandolin.] 

Bluebells of Scotland, in key of G. 1st 
mandolin (solo). By A. Lopes. 
[Lopes. Mandolin.] 

Farewell, Leonora. "II Trovatore." 
First mandolin (solo) . By A. Lopes. 
[Verdi. Mandolin.] 

Farewell, Leonora. "II Trovatore." 
Second mandolin part. Arr. by A. 
Lopes. [Verdi. Mandolin.] 

Flee as a Bird. Spanish Melody. 
[Dana. Mandolin.] 

Gaily Through Life We Wander. 
"LaTravita." [Verdi. Mandolin.] 

The Heart Bowed Down. "Bohemian 
Girl." [Balfe. Mandolin.] 

Home, Sweet Home, in key of G. 
[Bishop. Mandolin.] 

Home, Sweet Home. [Bishop. Man- 
dolin.] 

1 Dreamt that I Dwelt in Marble Halls. 

"Bohemian Girl." [Balfe. Man- 
dolin.] 

II Segreto (or the Secret) . ' ' Lucretia 
Borgia. ' ' [Donizetti. Mandolin. ] 

Juanita. Spanish Melody, in key of 
G. [Norton, Mrs. Mandolin.] 

List to the Convent Bells, in key of 
G. [Blockley. Mandolin.] 

March of America, in key of D and G. 
[Mandolin.] 



Lopes (A.), Brooklyn, N. Y.: 

March of America. [Lopes. Mando- 
lin.] 
Operatic Waltz. [Offenbach. Mando- 
lin.] 
Red, White, and Blue, or Columbia 
the Gem of the Ocean, Ending with 
Yankee Doodle. [Shaw. First 
mandolin.] 
Red, White, and Blue, or Columbia 
the Gem of the Ocean, Ending with 
Yankee Doodle. [Shaw. Second 
mandolin.] 
Scenes that are Brightest. [Wallace. 

Mandolin.] 
Tempest of the Heart. [Verdi. Man- 
dolin.] 
Then You'll Remember Me. [Balfe. 

Mandolin. ] 
Upward the Flames Roll. [Verdi. 
Mandolin.] 
McGranahan (James) : 

Go Bravely Forth. [Groenendyke. 
Vocal.] 
Macmillan (The) Co., London and New 
York : 

After the Rain. [Smith. Vocal.] 
Baby Moon. [Gaynor. Vocal.] 
Bed Time. [Smith. Vocal.] 
The Child and the Tree. [Root. 

Vocal.] 
Christmas Song. [Root. Vocal.] 
Clouds. [Atkinson. Vocal.] 
Come, My Dolly. [Smith. Vocal.] 
Cradle Song. [Atkinson. Vocal.] 
Dancing Song. [Root. Vocal.] 
Flag Song. [Root. Vocal.] 
Good Morning. [Smith. Vocal.] 
The Little Stars. [Atkinson. Vocal.] 
My Pegasus. [Smith. Vocal.] 
Pussy Willows. [Gaynor. Vocal.] 
Silver Night. [Smith. Vocal.] 
Snow Balls. [Gaynor. Vocal. J 
Sunshine Song. [Root. Vocal.] 
Wind Song. [Root. Vocal.] 
Maillet (Chas.), New Orleans.: 

Y. M. G.C.March. [Maillet. Piano.] 
Main (Hubert P.): 

Tenderness. [Main. Vocal.] 
Mills (F. A.), New York: 

At a Georgia Camp Meeting. [Mills. 

Piano.] 
The Boys Who Never Go Home Till 
Morning. [Heinzman. Vocal.] 
Morgan (Geo. F. G.), San Francisco: 

Pretty Norah of Tralee. [Morgan. 
Vocal.] 
National Music Co. , Chicago and New York : 
Brush By, Nigger, Brush By. [Hoff- 
man. Mandolin or violin.] 
Cottonfleld Dance. 1384. [Rosen- 
field. Mandolin or violin.] 
Crown Prince Schottische. 1381. 
[Snow. Mandolin or violin.] 



43 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS) — Continued. 



National Music Co., Chicago and New York: 
Cupid's In Love With Me. 1381. 
[McGlennon. Mandolin or violin.] 
Dreaming of You. 1384. [Rosen- 
field. Mandolin or violin.] 
Echo. [Armstrong. Vocal.] 
From Prison to Mothers' Grave. 

[Moore. Vocal. ] 
My Old Kentucky Home. 1382. 

[Foster. Mandolin or violin. ] 
Ragtime Patrol. 1377. [Hamilton. 

Mandolin or violin.] 
The Sentinel's Dream. [Hamilton. 

Mandolin or violin.] 
Sweethearts Once, Friends To-day. 
[South wick. Mandolin or violin.] 
Wot cher. 1832. [Chevalier. Man- 
dolin or violin.] 
Newnes (Geo.), Ltd., London: 

Danse Bohemienne. [Bucalossi. 

Piano. ] 
The Dolly's Ball. [Howard. Vocal.] 
I Wait for You. [Barns. Vocal.] 
In the Belfry Tower. [Benson. Vocal.] 
Le Moulin. [Bennett. Piano.] 
Novello, Ewer & Co., London : 

All Hail the Power. [Shruhsole. 

Vocal.] 
All Praise to Thee. [West. Vocal.] 
All Things Bright. [Stainer. Vocal.] 
Angels from the Realms. [Jeykell. 

Vocal.] 
As Thou Didst Rest. [Monk. Vocal.] 
Behold the Sun. [Keeton. Vocal.] 
Blest Be Thy Love. [Bridge. Vocal.] 
Bound Upon the Accursed. [Mack- 

kenzie. Vocal.] 
Brightly Gleams. [Coweu. Vocal.] 
Brother, Thou Art Gone. [Bridge. 

Vocal.] 
By Faith in Christ. [West. Vocal.] 
Children of the Heavenly. [Clipping- 
dale. Vocal. ] 
Christian Seek Not. [Co wen. Vocal.] 
Come, Labour On. [West. Vocal.] 
Eternal God. [Roberts. Vocal.] 
Father, Hear Thy Children. [West. 

Vocal.] 
Father, Our Children Keep. [Bridge. 

Vocal.] 
Father, Whate'er. [Stainer. Vocal.] 
A Few More Years. [Co wen. Vocal.] 
For All Thy Love. [Bridge. Vocal.] 
For Thy Mercy. [Clippingdale. Vo- 
cal.] 
Forgive, O Lord. [Bridge. Vocal.] 
Forward, be Our (Excelsior). [Maun- 
der. Vocal.] 
Friend After Friend (Glencreggan). 

[Martin. Vocal.] 
From Egypt's Bondage (Nile). 

[Bridge. Vocal.] 
From Egypt's Bondage (Nile). 
[Gounod. Vocal.] 



Novello, Ewer & Co. , London : 

From Greenland's Icy (Nansen). 

[ Bridge. Vocal. ] 
Full of Weakness (Morthoe). [Glad- 
stone. Vocal.] 
God of Mercy (God of Mercy). 

[Haynes. Vocal.] 
God of That Glorious (Grace). 

[Cowen. Vocal.] 
Hark, the Song (Zambesi). [Cobb. 

Vocal.] 
Hosauna, Raise the Pealing. [Cobb. 

Vocal.] 
Hosanna to the Living. [Bridge. 

Vocal.] 
How Blest the Sacred Tie. [West. 

Vocal.] 
I Praised the Earth. [Parry. Vocal.] 
In Dream- Land. [Ford. Vocal.] 
In the Hour (Comfort Me). [Foster. 

Vocal.] 
Jesu, Lord we Kneel (By Thy Mercy). 

[Foster. Vocal.] 
Let Me Be With Thee (Northfield). 

[Clippingdale. Vocal.] 
Lord, How Fast (Memento More). 

[Bairstow. Vocal.] 
The Lord is Come (Exeter College). 

[Bridge. Vocal.] 
The Lord is King. [Keeton. Vocal.] 
Lord of Mercy. [Sawyer. Vocal.] 
Lord of Power. [Alcock. Vocal.] 
Lord of the Harvest. [Bridge. Vocal.] 
Lord, Shall Thy Children. [Creser. 

Vocal.] 
Not to Ourselves. [West. Vocal.] 
Now Morning Lifts. [Foster. Vocal.] 
O for a Closer Walk. [Sawyer. Vocal.] 
O Frail Spirit. [Bairstow. Vocal.] 
O God of Good. [Cowen. Vocal.] 
O God, Thou Art. [Armes. Vocal.] 
How Fair. (Rejoice.) No. 350. 

[Foster. Vocal. ] 
How Fair. (Minor) for verse 2. 

No. 350. [Foster. Vocal.] 
O Love, Who Formedst. [Hoyte. 

Vocal.] 
O Quickly Come. [Prendergast. Vo- 
cal.] 
OThou Who Hast. [Stainer. Vocal.] 
Once Man With Man. [Tours. Vocal.] 
Our Father, Guide Those. [Martin. 

Vocal.] 
Reverie. [Marks. Violin and piano- 
forte. ] 
Rise My Soul [Bairstow. Vocal.] 
The Roseate Hues. [Hiles. Vocal.] 
Saviour Sprinkle. [Tours. Vocal. ] 
Sing to the Lord. [Bridge. Vocal.] 
The Snowflakes. [Boundy. Vocal.] 
Songs of Thankfulness. [Martin. 

Vocal.] 
Spirit of God. [Lloyd. Vocal.] 
Spirit Unseen. [Haynes. Vocal.] 



44 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., London : 

There Is a Blessed. [Prendergast. 

Vocal.] 
There Is a Green Hill. [Gounod. 

Vocal.] 
Thou Says' t. [Stabler. Vocal.] 
Three in One. [Cowen. Vocal. ] 
Through the Day. [Stainer. Vocal.] 
Through the Day. [Garrett. Vocal. ] 
To Jehovah, God of Might. [Cowen. 

Vocal. ] 
Up to the Hills. [Bridge. Vocal.] 
We Sing His Love. [Gounod. Vocal.] 
We Thank Thee, Lord. [Cobb: Vocal. ] 
When Shall We Learn? [Parry. 

Vocal.] 
When Shall We Learn? [Bridge. 

Vocal.] 
When the Paschal. [Parry. Vocal.] 
When the Paschal. [Bridge. Vocal.] 
When the Weary. [Bridge. Vocal.] 
Where Shall We Find. [Bridge. Vo- 
cal.] 
Winter Reigneth. [Bridge. Vocal.] 
With Glory Clad. LClippingdale. 

Vocal.] 
Ogden (W. H.), New York : 

Pleasant Dreams Waltzes. [Ogden. 

Piano.] 
PrettyKittyO'Neal. [Ogden. Vocal.] 
Orphean Music Pub. Co., New York: 

You Are a Daisy. [Nattes. Vocal.] 
Patey & Willis, London : 

Ever and Alway. [Dawson. Vocal.] 
Queen of the Valley Waltz. [Raw- 

cliffe. Piano.] 
Perry Brothers, Wilkesbarre, Pa.: 

Hotel Hart. [Alexander. Piano.] 
Peters (C. F.), Leipzig : 

Allegro giojoso. [Popper. Piano.] 
Phillips & Page, London : 

Sonatinas, Without Octaves. No. 7 in 

A minor. [Sarokowski. Piano. ] 
Sonatinas, Without Octaves. No. 8 in 

G. [Sarokowski. Piano.] 
Sonatinas, Without Octaves. No. 9 in 

F. [Sarokowski. Piano. ] 
Sonatinas, Without Octaves. No. 10 in 

G minor. [Sarokowski. Piano.] 
Sonatinas, Without Octaves. No. 11 in 

B flat. [Sarokowski. Piano.] 
Sonatinas, Without Octaves. No. 12 in 

G. [Sarokowski. Piano. ] 
Ramsdell (E. C), Boston: 

Our Colored Troops. [Ramsdell. 
Piano. ] 
Reichardt (E.) : 

The Omaha Elks March. [Reichardt. 
Orchestra. ] 

The Omaha Elks March. [Reichardt. 
Piano. ] 
Roehr (Wm. F.), Topeka, Kans.: 

Queen of the Festival. [Roehr. Pi- 
ano. ] 



Rosche (Geo. F.), Chicago and New York: 
Christmas Fairies. [Rosche. Vocal.] 
Those Christmas Bells. [Greiner. 
Vocal.] 
San Francisco Music and Piano Company : 
The New Leader. (Haute Vole.) 
[Ganke. Piano.] 
Schilling (W. P.): 

Ave Maria. [Schilling. Vocal.] 
Pie Jesu. [Schilling. Vocal. ] 
Schirmer (G.), New York : 

Wohltemperite (Das). [Bach.] 
Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston: 

Cossack Dance. [Hamma. Piano.] 
The Garland. No. 152. [Podbertsky. 

Vocal.] 
The Lonely Rose. [Podbertsky. 

Vocal.] 
The Mill Wheel. [Podbertsky. Vo- 
cal.] 
Polonaise Brilliant. [Decevee. Piano.] 
The Snare. [Podbertsky. Vocal.] 
Spanish Serenade. [Hamma. Piano.] 
Spring Greetings. [Hamma. Piano.] 
Schotoff ( Jos. W.), New York: 

The New Jersey Athletic Club. 
[Schotoff. Piano.] 
Schroeder (J. H), New York: 

The Butterfly (Schmetterling) . [Mer- 
kel. Piano.] 
Schuberth (Edward) & Co., New York : 

Badinage. [Herbert. Piano.] 
Sherman, Clay & Co., San Francisco, Cal. : 
Ma Caroline. [Johnson. Orchestra 
and piano. ] 
Siegel (C. F. W.), Leipzig: 

Der Blumen Rache. [Olbersleben. 

Orchester oder pianoforte. ] 
Lenzeszauber. [Pache. Vocal.] 
Simrock 'N.), Berlin : 

Zigeunerlieder. [Novak. Vocal.] 
Spaulding (George L.), New York : 

Just Ask If He's Forgotten Her. 
[Davis. Vocal.] 
Stair (J. F.): 

The Blue Banner March. [McLauch- 
lan. Piano. ] 
Stern (Jos. W.) & Co., New York: 

Just for the Sake of Our Daughter. 

[Rosenfeld. Vocal.] 
Tell Me, My Lady. [Fagan. Vocal.] 
Summy (Clayton F. ) Company, Chicago : 

Toccata, in B fiat. [Barnes. Organ.] 

Thompson (The) Music Company, Chicago : 

She Was Once So Happy. [Hruby. 

Vocal.] 

United Presbyterian Board of Publication : 

How Exalted. [Tate. Vocal.] 
Vivian Music Publishing Company, Boston: 
The Roses Growing by the Homestead 
Door. [Lawry. Vocal.] 
Walter (J. F. ) : 

Jesus, the Very Thought is Sweet. 
[Walter. Vocal.] 



45 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Walton (Robert Hall), Atlanta, Ga. : 

I Would Kiss the Little Girl and Call 
Her Mine. [Walton. Vocal.] 
Watts & Johnson : 

Mount Sion Two-step. [Watts. Pi- 
ano.] 
White-Smith Music Pub. Co. , Boston : 

Come My Soul, Thou Must Be Wak- 
ing. [Bullard. Vocal.] 
The King's Own. [Tracy. Vocal.] 
Little Cotton Dolly. [Geibel. Or- 
chestra.] 
Williams (Joseph), London : 

In Town. [Huber. Orchestra.] 
Willig (Geo.) & Co., Baltimore : 

Madame Sans Gene Waltzes. [Rosen- 
berg. Piano.] 
Wilson (C. Violet Ma Lotte), Chicago: 

My Sweetheart Still. [Wilson. Vo- 
cal.] 
Wilson (Robt.H.): 

In the Shadow of Thy Wings. [Wil- 
son. Vocal.] 
Witmark (M.) & Sons, New York and 
Chicago : 
Dance of the Pirates. [Silberberg. 
Orchestra and piano.] 



Witmark (M.) & Sons, New York and 
Chicago : 
The Graduates' March Two-step. 

[Levi. Piano.] 
In Venice. An Italian Serenade. 

[Rubens. Orchestra and piano, ] 
Japanese lantern dance. [Bratton. 

Orchestra. ] 
Japanese lantern dance. [Bratton. 

Orchestra and piano. ] 
Recreation March and Two-step. 
[Krell. Orchestra and piano.] 
Wolfson (Louis H.), Columbus, Ga. : 

The Casino March. [Dreyspool and 
Wolfson. Piano.] 
Wood (B. F.), Music Company, Boston : 
Belle of the Cake Walk March. 
[O'Connor. Mandolin and piano. ] 
Belle of the Cake Walk March. 
[O'Connor. Two mandolins.] 
Woodcock (Lee B.) : 

The Brunswick Flyer March. [Two- 
step. Piano. ] 
Woodward (Willis) & Co., New York. 
Al La Ga Zam. [Metz. Vocal.] 
A Faded Leaf of Shamrock. [O'Shea. 
Vocal.] 



MAPS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Chester, Conn. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Laceyville, Penn. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Medford, Mass. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Meshoppen, Pa. ( Received Sept. 25, 1897 ) 

Mountain View, California. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Murfreesboro, Tenn. (Received Sept. 23 1897) 

Northfleld, Vt. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Valley Falls, N. Y. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 



Proprietors. 



Sanborn-Perris 


Map Corn- 


pany, 


New York. 


Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 




Do. 





ENGEAVINGS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors/ 



Two, He Cried. (Received Sept. 25, 1897). 



" No, No. Keep it, Its My Treat." (Received Sept. 25, 
1897.) 

Leave the Child Alone, Can't You? (Received Sept. 25, 
1897.) 

"Will You Take Her for Thirty-Two Pistoles?" (Re- 
ceived Sept. 25,1897.) 

" Damnation, " He Cried, in a Choked Voice. (Received 
Sept. 25, 1897.) 

She Pulled Up Her Chair to the Table. (Received Sept. 
25,1897.) 



Geo. Barrie & Son, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



46 



ENGRAVINGS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



The Man Glanced at Her and "Went On. (Received Sept. 
25,1897.) 

The Sweetheart was Goujet. (Received Sept. 25, 1897).. 

Gervaise Carried the Goose with Outstretched Arms. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 25, 1897. ) 

They Sat Down Under the Dead Tree. (Received Sept. 
25,1897.) 

Joseph Rose and Bowed. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Flore. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Pierrette Assaulted. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

In Chaudet's Studio. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Phillippe in Joseph's Studio. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) . . 

Phillippe to Flore. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

From the Fauhourg de Rome. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

At La Coguette's. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Behind the Capuchin Church. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

At Mademoiselle Rogron's. (Received Sept. 25, 1897).... 

Brigaut en Tour. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Sylvie to Pierrette. (Received Sept, 25, 1897) 

Brigaut at Frappier's. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Birotteau at Mademoiselle Gamard's. (Received Sept. 
25, 1897.) 

Breakfast at Mademoiselle Gamard's. (Received Sept. 
25, 1897.) 

Madame de Listomere and Trouhert. (Received Sept. 
25, 1897.) 

Dogs. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Sweet Slumber. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

A Fair Exchange. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Summer. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Springtime. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) , 

Autumn. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Winter. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) , 

Independence. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

With Rod and Line. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

A Pretty Poulerer. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

General George Washington. (Received Sept. 23, 1897) 
Dear Old Home, Good-Bye. (Received Sept. 23, 1897).. 

Priscilla, (Received Sept. 23, 1897) 

Santiago Harbor. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Harbor of Honolulu. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Narcissus. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) , 

Cruiser Philadelphia. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Pond Lilies. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

A Wayside Inn. (Received Sept. 24, 1897) 

General Chanzy at the Battle of Mans. (Received Sept. 

22,1897.) 
Lillian Russell as the Grand Duchess. (Received Sept. 

25,1897.) 
Mary Anderson as Hermione. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Ellen Terry as Olivia. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Fanny Davenport as Cleopatra. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Julia Marlowe as Viola. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Ada Rehan as Lady Teazle. (Received Sept. 25, 1897).. 



Geo. Barrie & Sou, 

Philadelphia. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

M. F. Berry, New York. 

Jean Boussod, Manzi, Joyant 

& Co., Paris, France. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
B. Brooks, London, England. 

Do. 

Do. 
The Chas 
pany, 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Henry Farrer. 
Maurice Orange, 

Paris 



H. Elliott Corn- 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Frederick 
panv, 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



A. 



France. 
Stokes Corn- 
New York. 



47 
PHOTOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.' 



Titles. 



Klondike. (Received Sept. 20, 1897). 



Citadel of Cairo and Tomb of the Marmalukes. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897). 

' ' General Warren. ' ' (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Crane, Wni. H. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Gilfoil. Harry. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Jansen, Marie, (land 2.) (Received Sept. 20, 1897).... 

Sheldon, Jessica, (1 and 2.) (Received Sept. 20, 1897). 

Marble, Mary. (Nos. 2 and 3.) (Received Sept. 20, 1897). 

Martinelli (Sebastian), Archbishop of Ephesus, Ap. Del. 
to U. S. America — 

(No. 1.) (Received Sept. 20. 1897) 

(No. 2.) (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

(No. 3.) (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

(No. 4.) (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

(Nos. 5 and 6.) (Received Sept 20, 1897) 

Broadway, New York (north from Chambers street). 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Brook! vn (The) Bridge, New York (from Brooklyn). 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897). 

Brooklyn Bridge, New York. (Received Sept. 22, 1897). 

"Castle Garden and Bav," New York. (Received Sept. 
22, 1897.) 

Gen. Grant's Tomb, New York. (Nos. 1, 2, and 3.) 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

"Grace Church," New York. (Received Sept. 22, 1897). 

Lower New York (north from Produce Exchange). (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

New York Life Building, New York. (Received Sept. 
22, 1897.) 

Washington and Bowline; Green Building, New York. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Above Us are Snow Drifts a Hundred Years Old, Cau- 
casus Mountains, Russia. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Affection and Innocence. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

After the Ball. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Altar of Human Skulls in the Catacombs, Rome. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Ancient Greek Church, Athens. ( Received Sept. 22, 1897). 

Arch of Hadrian, Athens, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Arch of Septimus, Rome — 

(1) (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

(2) (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Athens from Mount Lykabettos, Greece. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
Bazilika Hanitopoulos in Fight with a Turk. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Bazilika Hanitopoulos, the Woman who Fought in the 

Greek and Turkish War. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Beauties of Nuremburg, Bavaria. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Beautiful (A) Nook in Genoa, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Beautiful (The) Vases in the Vatican, Rome. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Beauty of the Vatican, Rome. (Received Sept. 22, 1897).. 
Between the Lines. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 



Pbopeietors. 



Maraquita Bangs, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

A. W. Elson&Co., 

Boston, Mass. 
Do. 

B. J. Falk, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
F. W. Guerin, St. Louis. 

F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
J. S. Johnston, 



New York. 



Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

B. W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. • 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 



48 



PHOTOGEAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietors. 



Bidding His Loved Ones Good-bye. (Eeceived Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Bird's-eye View of Athens from Acropolis, Greece. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Bird's-eye View of Athens, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897. ) 

Bird's-eye View of Columbus' Native Town, Genoa, Italy. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Bird's-eye View of Lamia at the Time of War. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Bird's-eye View of Monte Carlo. (Received Sept. 22,1897).. 

Bridal (The) Array. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

By the Old Hollow Tree, Rome. (Received Sept. 22, 
'1897.) 

Caesar Augustus, Vatican, Rome. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Camp Life Among the Grecian Soldiers, Thessaly, Greece. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Castle of Heidelberg, Germany. (Received Sept. 22,1897).. 

Ceremonial (The) Kissing of the Holy Remains, St. Bar- 
bara's Cathedral, Kiev, Russia. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

City Hall, Heilbronn, Germany. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897,) 

Colosseum and Triumphal Arch of Titus, Rome. (Re- 

• ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Columbus (The) Monument, Genoa, Italy. (Received 
Sept. 22,1897.) 

Columns (The) of the Parthenon, Acropolis, Athens, 
Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 1897. ) 

Distribution of Bread in the Greek Camp. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Dom Kirche, Brunswick, Germany. (Received-Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Don't Tell Me You Won't Wash. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Dressing for the Ball. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Dry Goods Store On a Donkey's Back, Greece. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Eight (The) Columns of the Temple of Saturn, Rome. 
(Received Sept: 22, 1897.) 

Erechthion (The), Acropolis, Athens, Greece — 

(1) (Received Sept. 22,1897) 

(2) (Received Sept. 22,1897) 

Every Tinkle of the Shingle Finds a Home Within the 

Heart. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Exiles Enroute for Siberia. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Finest (The) Church in Nuremburg, Bavaria. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

First (The) Sight of the Casino, Monte Carlo. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Fisherman, Volga River, Russia. (Received Sept.22, 1897).. 

Forso (The) Belvedere, Vatican, Rome. (Received Sept. 
22,1897.) 

Four (A)-in-Hand. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Gen. Miles, of U. S. Army, and Prince Nicholas Inspect- 
ing the Greek Camp. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Good-Bye, Papa. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Good (A) Supporter. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Grandest (The) Theater of Ancient Times. Epidauros, 
Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 



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PHOTOGEAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Grandeur of the Vatican, Kome. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Grecian (A) Bakery, Athens. (Received Sept. 22, 1897)... 
Grecian Soldiers at Lunch, Thessaly, Greece. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Grecian Statuarv Hall. Athens. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Greek (The) Camp. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Greek Infantry at the Front. (Eeceived Sept. 22, 1897). .. 

Greek Refugees. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Greek Soldiers at Dinner. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Greek Soldiers, Thessaly, Greece. (Eeceived Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Greek Volunteers in Camp. (Received Sept. 22, 1897). .. 
Group (A) of Natives, Caucasus Mountains, Russia. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Hagia Eosane Monastery, Meteora, Greece. (Received 

Sept, 22, 1897.) 
Happy Children of Brunswick, Germany. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Harbor (The) , Genoa, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) . . . 
Heidelberg Castle, Germany. (Received Sept. 22, 1897). 
Hermes, the Finest Specimen of Ancient Greek Sculp- 
ture, Olympia, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Historic Remains of Corinth, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Holy and Sacred, St. Peter's, Rome. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Holy (The) of Holies, St. Peter's, Eome. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
Holy Trinity Monastery, Situated on a Cliff 500 Feet 

High, Meteora, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Home (A) in theCaucasus Mountains, Russia. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
How You Console Me and Drive Away Every Fear. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Interior of the Catacombs, Rome. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Interior of St. Michael's Cathedral, Kiev, Russia. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Interior of St. Paul's Cathedral, Rome — 

(1) (Received Sept. 22, 1897) , 

(2) (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Interior of St. Peter's from the Altar, Rome. (Eeceived 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Interior of St. Sabina's Church, Eome. (Eeceived Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
Interior of Vatican, Eome — 

(1) (Eeceived Sept. 22,1897) 

(2) (Eeceived Sept, 22,1897) 

(3) (Eeceived Sept. 22,1897) 

(4) (Eeceived Sept. 22,1896) 

(5) (Received Sept. 22,1897) 

In the Gloaming, Caucasus Mountains, Russia. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22,1897.) 

Kastrakia, the Prettiest Village in Greece. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Kneeling at the Statue of St. Peter, Eome. (Eeceived 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Lamia War Scenes During the Armistice. (Eeceived Sept. 

22, 1897.) 

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Littleton, N. H. 
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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietobs. 



Lantern (The) of Diogenes, Athens, Greece. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Little Acorns, Volga River, Russia. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Main (The) Hall in Gambling House at Monte Carlo. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Market Scene in Kiev, Russia. (Received Sept. 22, 1897).. 

Martin Luther's House, Luther Street, Eisenach, Ger- 
many. (Received Sept. 22, 1897. ) 

Martin Luther's Monument, Eisenach, Germany. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Martin Luther's room and the desk on which he trans- 
lated the Bible, Wartburg Castle, Eisenach, Germany. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Martin Luther's room, where he roomed as a school boy 
from 1498 to 1501, Eisenach, Germany. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Midnight (A) Tragedy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Monaco. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Monk Praying in the Catacombs, Rome. (Received Sept. 
22,1897.) 

Monte Carlo. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Monte Carlo, looking from the Casino. (Received Sept. 
22,1897.) 

Monte Carlo Park. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Mt. Cazbek in her Glory, Caucasus Mountains, Russia. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897. ) 

Mummies and Skulls in the Catacombs, Rome. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Native Town of Columbus, Genoa, Italy. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

'Neath the Old Trysting Tree, Rome. (Received Sept. 
22,1897.) 

New (The) Gambling Hall of Monte Carlo. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Night Squalls. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Oh, How Lovely. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Old Town, Genoa, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

On the Pegnitz River, Nuremberg, Bavaria. (Received 
Sept, 22,1897.) 

Parade (The) Resting Room at the Kremlin, Moscow, 
Russia. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Park (The) at Monte Carlo. (Received Sept. 22, 1897)... 

Parthenon (The) and Bird's-eye View of Athens, Greece. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Passage of Thermopylia While Occupied by the Greek 
Army. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Port of Priaens, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Preparing for a Swim, Volga River, Russia. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Propylea (The), Acropolis, Athens, Greece. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Ruins at Corinth, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Ruins of Heidleberg Castle, Germany — 

(1) (Received Sept. 22,1897) 

(2) (Received Sept. 22,1897) 

Ruins of the Parthenon, Acropolis, Athens, Greece. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Ruins of Rothemburg, Germany. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 



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Littleton, N. H. 
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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Ruins of a Turkish Mosque at Lamia. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
Russiau Church Bells, Moscow. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 

Russian Exiles. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Russian Homes. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Russian Lovers at the Old Homestead. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
Russian Lovers at the Old Well. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 

Russian Peasants. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

St. Rosane's Monastery, Meteora, Greece. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897. 
St. Sabina's Church, Built in 425. Oldest in Existence, 

Rome. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

San Remo, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Scenes in the Greek Camp, Turkish Frontier, Greece. 

(Received Sept, 22, 1897.) 
Sculpture Hall, Vatican, Rome. (Received Sept. 22, 1897).. 
Scenes of Greek Peasantry. (Received Sept. 22, 1897)... 

Statue of Neptune. ( Received Sept. 22, 1 897) 

Statue of Victory, Leipsic, Germany. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897. ) 
Statue of the Virgin Mary, Vatican, Rome. 1 and 2. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
StobenStreet, Brunswick, Germany. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Stategic Railway from Lamia to Stylidha. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Street Scene, Brunswick, Germany. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Street Scene in Athens, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 1897).. 
Street Scene in Kalabaka, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Street Scene in Lamia at the Time of War. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Street Scene in Nuremburg, Bavaria. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 

Sweet Little Rosy Posy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Tartar Life in Asia. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Temple of Corinth, the Oldest Ruins in Greece. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Temple of Nike-Apteros, Acropolis, Athens, Greece. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Temple of Winds, Athens, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Temple of Zeus, Olympia, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Terrace of Heidleberg Castle, Germany. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Theater of Dionysios, Athens, Greece. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
The Thesion, Athens, Greece. (Received Sept. 22, 1897).. 
Thessalien Refugees Escaping from the Turks. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Triumphal Arch of Constantine, Rome. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 
Village Occupied by Greek Army. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Wartburg Castle, Eisenach, Germany. (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 



W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 
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PHOTOGRAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Wash Day, Germany. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Wealth of Fish, Volga River, Russia. (Received Sept 

22, 1897.) 
Where's My Collar Button ? (Received Sept. 22, 1897)... 

Woman's Rights. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Wonderful is Mt. Cazbek, Caucasus Mountains, Russia. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Yaw, Ellen Beach. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Leona Lewis, "The Little Gem." (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Percy and Harold, and Their Monkey Shines. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Washburn Sisters. ( Received Sept. 22, 1 897) 

Both Taking Their Medicine. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Close (A) Shave. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Come Off! I'm Onto You. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

"Coon('l he)" Wedding March. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Darktown Euchre Party. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Discussing the Strike. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Dolly, Come to Mama. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

' ' For Thy Bountiful Blessings I Thank Thee. ' ' (Received 

Sept. 21, 1897.) 
Grandpa's Visit Christmas Morning. (Received Sept. 21, 

1897.) 

" Great (The) Divide." (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

"Honey, Does Yo Lub Yo Man? " (Received Sept. 21, 

1897.) 

Interesting (An) Story. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Interesting (An) Yarn. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

McCarthy Comes Back to Life. (Received Sept. 21, 1 897) . 
McCarthy's Wake. "A Bully Good Fellow was He." 

(Received Sept. 21, 1897.) 

Midnight (A) Tippler. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

"Much Oblige, Santa Claus." (Received Sept. 21, 1897), 

Never too Late to Mend. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

A New Step to an Old Tune. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 
Our Father Who Art in Heaven. (Received Sept. 21, 

1897.) 

"Parson's" (The) Visit. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Picturesque Loveliness. (Received Sept. 21, 1 897) 

"Saturday Night." (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Sav When. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

"Seben Come Leben." (Received Sept. 21,1897) 

See ! You are not in It. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Settling a Dispute. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Should Old Acquaintance be Forgot. (Received Sept. 21, 

1897.) 

When. (Received Sept. 21, 1897) 

Uart, Kate. (Received Sept, 20, 1897) 

Star Pointer. ( Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Knockabout Start. Hull. (Received Sept. 6, 1897)— 

Q. Y. C. Regatta-Knockabouts. (1) 

Q. Y. C. Regatta-Knockabouts. (2) 

Q. Y. C. Regatta-Start of Knockabouts 

Ancient Grecian Venuses — Great Museum Naples, Italy. 

(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Ancient Roman Chariot, Vatican, Rome, Italy. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 



B. W. Kilburn, 

Littleton, N. H. 
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Theo. C. Marceau, 

San Francisco. 
Miner Litho. Company, 

New York. 
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William H. Rau, 

Philadelphia, 
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Jacob Schloss, New York 
Schreiber & Sons, 

Philadelphia, 

N. L. Stebbins, Boston, Mass. 

Do. 

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Underwood & Underwood, 

New York. 

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PHOTOGEAPHS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Birdseye View of Naples and Vesuvius, Italy. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Chamber in the Cappuccino Catacombs, Rome, Italy, 
showing Sacred Earth from Palestine. (Received Sept. 
22, 1897.) 

' ' Colossal (The) Nile, Surrounded by the Sixteen Chil- 
dren," Vatican, Rome, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Favorite (A) Resort of Pope Leo XIII. Vatican Gar- 
dens, Rome, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897. ) 

Great Alabaster Vase, Vatican, Rome. Presented by 
the Mohammedan Khedive of Egypt. (Received Sept. 
22,1897.) 

House of Cornelius, Pompeii, Italy. Ruined, but Pre- 
served by the Distant Vesuvius, A. D. 79. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Julius Csesar, Rome's Most Famous Citizen, National 
Museum, Naples, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

' ' Last Judgment, ' ' by Orcagna, the Most Famous Paint- 
ing in the Ancient Campo Santo, Pisa, Italy. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897. ) 

"Lazzaroni" (The), as They Live in the Streets of 
Naples, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Meeting of the Sisters at Eternity's Portal. Campo 
Santo, Genoa. Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Mentone from the Beach, South France. (Received Sept. 
22,1897.) 

Miraculous (The) Bambeno, Rome, Italy. Bedecked 
With Jewels, Gifts from Royal Pilgrims. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Modern Italy Among Ancient Ruins, Rome, Italy. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897, ) 

One of the Beautiful Monuments of the Finest Cemetery 
in the World, Genoa, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897. ) 

Peasant Children on the Steps of the Temple of Vesta, 
Rome, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Peasants in Front of the Coliseum, Rome, Italy. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 22, 1897. ) 

Peasants of Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

Picturesque Marble (The) Temple of Vesta, Rome, Italy. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

"Pieta," by Michael Angelo, St. Peter's Church, the 
most Celebrated Marble in Rome, Italy. (Received 
Sept. 22, 1897.) 

"Resurrection (The)," (right section), by Orcagna, 
Ancient Campo Santo, Pisa, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Reviewing Roman History in the Forum, Rome, Italy. 
(Received Sept. 22, 1897.) 

Typical (A) Group in Naples, Italy. (Received Sept. 22, 
1897.) 

Auction (An) Sale, Nantucket. (Received Sept. 20, 1897).. 

Auction Sale of the Old Mill. (Received Sept. 20, 1897).. 

Nantucket (A) Auction. Sale of the Old Mill. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Nantucket Harbor. From the South Tower. (Received 
Sept. 20, 1897.) 

Old Mill (The) Auction. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Opening (The) at Wauwinet. (Received Sept. 20, 1897).. 

Town Crier. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Wauwinet. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Wauwinet Landing. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

Wm. D. Clark, Town Crier. (Received Sept. 20, 1897)... 



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LITHOGRAPHS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Peoprietoes. 



Purity. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

The Cup That Cheers. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

The Span of Life. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Greater New York. (Received Sept. 25, 1897) 

Miss New York, Jr. — A Midnight Frolic. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
Miss New York, Jr. — " Love Secrets." (Received Sept. 

22, 1897.) 

Bimbo of Bombay. — Garden Scene. (Received Sept. 22, 

1897.) 
Bimbo of Bombay. — Skeleton Song and Dance. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897. ) 
The City of New York. — The Murder. (Received Sept. 

23, 1897.) 

The City of New York. — Nell's Danger. (Received Sept. 

23, 1897). 
Birth of the Chorus Girl. (Received Sept. 23, 1897...) .. 
City of New York. — Death of Jack Morgan. (Received 

Sept. 22, 1897.) 
9-sheet. "Comic Acts." (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

9-sheet. "RoseMeers." (Received Sept. 22, 1897) 

1-sheet. "Jungle Menagerie." (Received Sept. 22, 1897), 



The Gray Litho. Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
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Do. 
The H. C. Miner Litho. Com- 
pany, New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

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Strobridge Litho. Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
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PRINTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors/ 



A Critical Situation. (Received Sept. 25, 1897). 

No Hope. (Received Sept. 25,1897) 

The Tail of a Lion. (Received Sept. 25, 1897). .. 



Judge Pub. Co. , New York. 
Do. 
Do. 



CHARTS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Egg and Butter Table. (Received Sept. 20, 1897) 

The National Flag Game. (Received Sept. 23, 1897) 

Old Bay State Calendar. 1898. (Received Sept. 24, 1897).. 

The Phillips Brooks Calendar. 1898. (Received Sept. 

24,1897.) 

The Poet's Calendar. (Received Sept. 24, 1897) 

Venetian Boston Calendar. 1898. (Received Sept. 24, 

1897.) 
Dr. Jones' Chart of Exercises. (Received Sept. 23, 1897).. 
Tailor's Dress Cutting Instructions. (Received Sept. 25, 

1897.) 
The World Renowned Anchor Blocks. (Received Sept. 

25, 1897.) 



G. M. Adams, 

Plymouth, Mich. 
Morritz Anderson, 
Clr 
D. W. Colbath & Co., 

Boston, Mass. 
Do. 

Do. 
Do. 

Frank C. Jones, New York. 
F. E. Reed. 

Dr. Richter's Publishing 
House, New York. 



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OTHER ARTICLES. 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, FROM SEPTEMBER 27 TO OCTOBER 2, 1897, INCLU- 
SIVE, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES 
IN THE OFFICE. 



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WASHINGTON : 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1897. 



Treasury Department, 

Office oj the Secretary , 

Division of Stationery, Printing, and Bta)tks. 



BOOKS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by names of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



About Babies and Children. Workers' Hand-Book of 
the Registration League. 18°. [n. i.] (Received 
Sept. 27, 1897. ) 

Alcott (Louisa M.). An Old-Fashioned Girl. With 
illustrations. 16°. Boston : Roberts Brothers 1897. 
(Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

American Cliinatological Association. Transactions. 
For the year 1897. Vol. 13. 8°. Philadelphia: 
Printed for the Association. 1897. ( Received Oct. 1 , 
1897.) 

Anthony (Gardner O). Machine Drawing. The general 
principles of machine drawing, sketching, figuring, 
etc., together with numerous practical examples. 16°. 
Boston : D. C. Heath & Co. 1897. (Technical Draw- 
ing Series.) (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Austin (Oscar Phelps). Uncle Sam's Secrets. A story 
of National affairs for the youth of the nation. 12°. 
New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1897. (Appleton's 
Home Reading Books. ) ( Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Bacon (Nathaniel T.) (Tr.). Researches Into the 
Mathematical Principles of the Theory of Wealth. See 
Cournot (Augustin). 

Baldwin (J. H.), publisher. Baldwin's Directory of 
Montclair and Bloomfield. Year ending May 1, 1898. 
8°. Orange, N. J. : J. H. Baldwin. 1897. (Received 
Sept. 30. 1897.) 

Balfour (M. O). The Fall of the Sparrow. 16°. New 
York and London : G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1897. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Bamberger (S.), Adler (S.), and Lilienthal (L. C). The 
Soul of Life. First Edition. 16°. New York: P. 
Friedman. 1897. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Bauer (Julius). Poor Jonathan. See Wittmaun (Hugo), 
Bauer (Julius), and Millocker (Carl). 

Bellard (Walter), compiler. The Klondyke, Mines and 
the Golden Valley of the Yukon. A description of the 
methods of locating, working, and holding mining 
claims. Extracts from United States and Canadian 
mining laws and Government reports upon Alaska 
mining. A full and correct map of Alaska with a 
complete table of railway and steamship fares to the 
gold fields. 16°. Jersey City, N. J.: Albert Datz. 
1897. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Bible. The Emphasized New Testament. A new trans- 
lation * * * * with select references and an ap- 
pendix of notes. This version has been adj usted to the 
critical text ( ' ' formed exclusively on documentary 
evidence") of Drs. Westcott and Hort. By Joseph 
Bryant Rotherham. 8°. New York: John Wiley & 
Sons. 1897. (Rr eived Oct. 2, 1897.) 

(3) 



Proprietors. 



Society of Economic Re- 
search, Girard, Pa. 

J. S. P. Alcott, 

United States. 

Guy Hinsdale, M. D., Secre- 
tary of the Association, 

Philadelphia. 

Gardner C. Anthony, 

United States. 



D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 



J. H. Baldwin, Orange, N. J. 



G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 

P. Friedman, New York. 



Chas. C. Gill, New York. 



Joseph Bryant Rotherham, 
London, England. 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Bickford (L. H ) and Powell (Richard Stillman). Phyllis 
in Bohemia. Illustrations by Orson Lowell. 16°. 
Chicago and New York : Herbert S. Stone & Co. 1 897. 
(Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Bicknell (Frank M.). The City of Stories. Illustrated 
by Birch and others. 12°. Boston : Estes & Lauriat. 
[1897.] (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Blackmore (R. D. ). Dariel, a Romance of Surrey. Chap- 
ters 53 to 57. 12°. New York : Dodd. Mead & Co. 
1897. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Bliss (William D. P.), Editor, and others. The Encyclo- 
pedia of Social Reform, including Political Economy, 
Political Science, Sociology, and Statistics, etc. 8°. 
New York and London : Funk & Wagnalls Company. 
1897. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Blooinfield, N. J. Baldwin's Directory of Montclair 
and Bloomfield. Year ending May 1, 1898. 8°. 
Orange, N. J. : J. H. Baldwin. 1897. (Received Sept. 
30, 1897. ) 

Braddon (M. E.). When the World was Younger. 12°. 
New York : R. F. Fenno & Co. [1897.] (Received Sept. 
30, 1897.) 

Brantley (William T. ). Digest of the Maryland Reports 
from 1 H. & McH. to 76 Md., inclusive. Vol. 2. 
J— W. 8°. Baltimore : M. Curlander. 1897. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Brinkley (Captain F.), Editor. Japan Described and 
Illustrated by the Japanese. Written by eminent 
Japanese authorities and scholars. With an essay on 
Japanese art by Kakuzo Okakura. Section 4. Folio. 
Boston: J. B. Millet Company. [1897.] (Received 
Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Brock (R. A.), Editor. Gen Robert Edward Lee. See 
Pryor (Mrs. Roger A.) and others. 

Bruce (Alexander Balmain), D. D. The Providential 
Order of the World. 12°. New York : Charles 
Scribner's Sons. 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Business Corporations Under the Laws of New Jersey ; 
their Formation and Advantages. 16°. East Orange, 
N. J. : The New Jersey Registration and Trust Com- 
pany. ,1897. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Cahen (Alfred). The Gay Debutante. See Weiler 
(Samuel B.) and Cahen (Alfred). 

Campbell (James M.). After Pentecost, What? A 
Discussion of the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit in Its 
Relation to Modern Christological Thought. 12°. 
New York: Fleming H. Revell Company. 1897. (Re- 
ceived Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Certified Copies of Maps of the Annexed District 
Annexed to the City of New York. Filed in the 
Register's office at White Plains, County of West- 
chester, New York. Vol. 3. Folio. New York : 
E. Robinson & Co. 1897. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Champion Binders," Mowers. 12°. Springfield, Ohio, 
and Chicago, 111 : The Warder, Bushnell & Glessner 
Company. [1897.] (Received Sept. 27, 1897. ) 

Champney (Elizabeth W.). Pierre and His Poodle. 
With illustrations by F. D Steele. 12°. New 
York: Dodd, Mead & Co. 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 
1897.) 

Chatfield-Taylor (H. C). See Taylor (H. C. Chatfield). 



Peopeietors. 



Herbert S. Stone & Co., 

Chicago, 



Estes & Lauriat, Boston. 



Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 

Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New York. 



J. H. Baldwin, Orange, N. J. 



Miss M. E. Braddon, 

United States. 

M. Curlander, Baltimore,Md. 



J. B. Millet Company, 



Boston. 



Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 

New Jersey Registration and 
Trust Company, 



Fleming H. Revell Com- 
pany, New York. 



E. Robinson & Co., 

New York. 



Warder, Bushnell & Gless- 
ner Company, 

Springfield, Ohio. 

Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 



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Chetwode (R. D.). John of Strathbourne. A Romance 
of the Days of Francis I. J 32 pp. 16°. New York : 
D. Appleton & Co. 1897. (Incomplete.) (Received 
Sept. 30, 1897. ) 

Chicago. Volume E. Folio. Chicago : Sanborn-Peiris 
Map Company, Ltd. 1897. (Received Sept, 30, 1897.) 

Clark (Imogen)*. Will Shakespeare's Little Lad. 12°. 
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1897. (Received 
Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Clinton (Henry Lauren). Celebrated Trials. With 9 
portraits. 12°. New York and London : Harper & 
Bros. 1897. (Received Sept. 28, 1897. ) 

Commercial (The) Register, New York. Brooklyn and 
Vicinity. 1897-98. 4°. New York : The Retail 
Dealers' Protective Association. [1897.] (Received 
Sept, 28, 1897.) 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Society of Colonial 
Wars in the State of Georgia. 12°. Philadelphia : 
The Bailey, Banks & Biddle Company. 1897. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Cournot (Augustin). Researches Into the Mathematical 
Principles of the Theory of Wealth. 1838. Translated 
by Nathaniel T. Bacon, with a bibliography of mathe- 
matical economies by Irving Fisher. 16°. New York : 
The Macmillan Company. 1897. ( Received Sept. 28, 
1897. ) 

Cox (Charles S.), Editor. Spalding's Official Golf 
Guide, containing constitution, by-laws, and rules of 
the United States Golf Association, instructions for 
beginners, etc. Illustrated. 16°. New York : Amer- 
ican Sports Publishing Company. [1897.] (Spalding's 
Athletic Library, vol. 6, No. 71. September, 1897.) 
(Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Cragin (Edwin B.). Essentials of Gynecology. Ar- 
ranged in the form of questions and answers prepared 
especially lor students of medicine. With 62 illustra- 
tions. Fourth Edition, revised. 16°. Philadelphia: 
W. B. Saunders. 1897. (Saunders' yuestion-Com- 
pends, No. 10.) (Received Oct, 2, 1897.) 

Crapsey (Jeannette). Four Jolly Drummers. 12°. 
[n. i.'] (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Creery (William R.). The Primary School Spelling 
Book, with exercises in the elementary rules of 
arithmetic. 16°. New York . American Book Com- 
pany. [1897.] (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Gumming (Menzies). Regathered Israel. The United 
States and Great Britain in Light of Sacred and Secu- 
lar History. 12°. Denver, Col.: Tribes Publishing- 
Company. 1897. (Israel's Ensign Series, No. 1.) 
(Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Dadmun (Authur H.), Compiler. Praise Songs. With 
introduction by Rev. Charles Cuthbert Hall, D. D. 
8°. New York: Maynard. Merrill & Co. 1897. 
(Received Sept, 30, 1897.) 

Dawson (A. J.). God's Foundling. 16°. New York : 
D. Appleton & Co. 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Defoe (Daniel). Robinson Crusoe. Edited for young- 
readers, with an introduction for teachers by Edward 
R. Shaw, Ph. D. 16°. New York, Boston, and New 
Orleans: University Publishing Company. [1897.] 
(Received Sept, 27, 1897.) 



D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 



Sanborn-Peiris Map Com- 
pany, Ltd., Chicago. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 

Henry Lauren Clinton, 

New York. 

Retail Dealers' Protective 
Association, New York. 



Society of Colonial Wars in 
the State of Georgia. 



Macmillan Company, 

New 7 York. 



American Sports Publishing 
Company, New York. 



W. B. Saunders, 



Philadelphia. 



Jeannette Crapsey, 

Cincinnati. 
Annie C. Creery, 

Baltimore, Md. 



Tribes Publishing Company, 
Denver, Colo. 



Maynard, Merrill & Co., 

New York. 



D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 

University Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 



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Titles. 



Pbopeietobs. 



Dixon (A. C), D. D. Heaven on Earth. 16°. Chicago : 
Bible Institute Colportage Association. [1897.] (Re- 
ceived Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Dockharn (Stevens) & Co., Publishers. Dockham's 
American Report and Directory of the Clothing Manu- 
facture and Cutting Up Trade. United States and 
Canada. 1897. Second Edition. 8°. Boston : Stevens 
Dockham & Co. [1897.] (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Dowden (Edward). A History of French Literature. 
12°. New York : D. Appleton & Co. 1897. (Gosse, 
(Edmund), Editor. Short Histories of the Literatures 
of the World. ) (Received Oct. 1 , 1897. ) 

Emphasized (The) New Testament. A new translation 
by Joseph Bryant Rotherham. (See Bible.) 

Family (The) of Hamilton. By a member of the British 
Historical Society. 16°. London and New York. 
1897. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Fancy and Practical Knitting. 4°. New York : But- 
terick Publishing Company (Ltd.). [1897.] (Metro- 
politan Art Series, Vol. 3, No. 2, May, 1 897. ) ( Received 
Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Field (L. A.). A Grammar School History of the United 
States. 16°. New York : American Book Company. 
[1897.] (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding of The Century 
and the Adoption of its Constitution, January 13, 1897. 
8°. New York: Century Association. 1897. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Fine (Henry B.). A College Algebra. 12°. Boston: 
Ginn & Co. 1897. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Fitch (Thomas) and Fitch (Anna M.). Better Days, or 
a Millionaire of To-Morrow. New Edition, Revised. 
16°. Chicago: Schulte Publishing Company. [1897.] 
(Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Flammarion (Camille). Lumen. Authorized transla- 
tion from the French by A. A. M. and R. M. With 
portions of the last chapter, written especially for the 
English Edition. 16°. New York : Dodd, Mead & 
1897. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Fletcher (Horace). Happiness as Found in Forethought, 
Minus Fearthought. Menticulture, Series 2. 12°. 
Chicago and New York : Herbert S. Stone & Co. , 
1897. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Foster (R. F.). Poker. 18°. New York: Brentano's. 
[1897.] (Brentano's Pocket Librarv.) (Received Oct. 
1, 1897.) 

Frost (William Henry). The Knights of the Round Table. 
Stories of King Arthur and the Holy Grail. Illus- 
trated by Sydney Richmond Burleigh. 12°. New 
York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1897. (Received Oct. 
2, 1897.) 

Fry (Jacob), D. D. Elementary Homiletics or Rules and 
Principles in the Preparation and Preaching of Ser- 
mons. 16°. New York : Christian Literature Com- 
pany. 1897. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Gage (Alfred P.), Ph.D. Physical Experiments. A 
manual and note book containing the labratory exer- 
cises required for admission to Harvard University. 
12°. Boston : Ginn & Co. 1897. (Received Sept. 30, 

1897.) 



Bible Institute Colportage 
Association, Chicago. 

Stevens Dockham & Co. , 

Boston. 



D. Appleton & Co., 



New York. 



Braddin Hamilton, 

New York. 

Butterick Publishing Com- 
pany (Ltd.), New York. 



American Book Company, 

New York. 

Century Association, 

New York. 



Henry B. Fine, 



Thomas Fitch, 



United States. 
United States. 



Dodd, Mead & Co., 

New York. 



Horace Fletcher, 

United States. 



Brentano's, New York. 



Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 



Jacob Fry, 

Mount Airy, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Alfred P. Gage, Boston. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



General Digest, American and English Quarterly. Ad- 
vance sheets. No. 4. To July, 1897. 8°. Roches- 
ter, N. Y. : Lawyers' Co-operative Publishing Com- 
pany. [1897.] (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Gerard (Dorothea). Miss Providence. A novel. 16°. 
New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1897. (Received 
Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Getchell (M. S.). The Study of Mediaeval History by 
the Library Method for High Schools. 16° Boston : 
Ginn & Co. 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Girardey (Rev. Ferreol). Mission Book for the Mar- 
ried. A Manual of Instructions and Prayers Adapted 
to Preserve the Fruits of the Mission. 24°. New 
York : Benziger Brothers. 1897. (Received Sept. 29, 
1897.) 

Gordon (Julien). Eat Not Thy Heart. 12°. Chicago 
and New York: Herbert S. Stone & Co. 1897. 
(Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Greene (Sarah P. McLean). Stuart and Bamboo. A 
novel. 16°. New York: Harper & Bros. 1897. (Re- 
ceived Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Grinnell (Elizabeth). John and I and the Church. Il- 
lustrated. 12°. New York : Fleming H. Revell Com- 
pany. 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Grundy (John M.). Key to the Revelation of St. John. 
A Complete Exposition of St. John's Revelation. 16°. 
(n. i.) (Received Sept, 27, 1897. ) 

Hague (Dyson). Ways to Win. Thoughts and Sugges- 
gestions With Regard to Personal Work for Christ. 
16°. Chicago and New York. [1897.] (Received 
Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Hamilton Family. The Family of Hamilton. By a 
Member of the British Historical Society. 16°. Lon- 
don and New York. 1897. (Received Sept, 27, 1897.) 

Hampton, Va, J. L. Hill Printing Co.'s Directory of 
Newport News, Hampton, Phoebus, and Old Point, 
Va. 1897-98. Vol. 3. 8°. Richmond, Va.: J. L. 
Hill Printing Company. [1897.] (Received Oct. 2, 
1897. ) 

Hardwicke (Henry). The Art of Getting Rich. 16°. 
New York : The Useful Knowledge Publishing Com- 
pany. [1897.] (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Haskell (Geo. W.). Sowing and Reaping. See Martin 
(W. S.) and Haskell (Geo. W.). 

Hazen (Charles Downer). Contemporary American 
Opinion of the French Revolution. 8°. Baltimore: 
Johns Hopkins Press. 1897. (Adams, Herbert B., 
Ed., Johns Hopkins University Studies in His- 
torical and Political Science. Extra volume. 16.) 
(Received Oct. 2, 1897. ) 

Heverin (Harold Cator). The Book of Guests. 4°. 
[n. i. J (Received Oct. 1 , 1897. ) 

Higbee (Dora). In "God's Country." A Southern 
romance. With introduction by Henry Watterson. 
16°. New York: American Publishers' Corporation. 
[1897.] (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Higley (Edwin H.). Exercises in Greek Composition, 
based on Xenophonis, Anabasis, and Hellenica, with 
notes, vocabulary, and references to the grammars of 
Goodwin and Hadley-Allen. 16°. Boston ; Ginn & 
Co. 1897. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 



Lawyers' Co-operative Pub- 
lishing Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. 

D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 

M. S. Getchell, 

Somerville. Mass. 



Benziger Brothers, 



New York. 



Herbert S. Stone & Co., 

Chicago. 

Harper & Bros. , New York. 



Fleming H. Revell Company, 
New York. 

John M. Grundy, 

Carthage, Mo. 

Fleming H. Revell Company, 
New York. 



Braddin Hamilton, 

New York. 

J. L. Hill Printing Company, 
Richmond, Va. 



Henry Hardwicke, 



New York. 



Johns Hopkins Press, 

Baltimore, Md. 



Harold Cator Heverin, 

Dover, Del. 
American Publishers' Cor- 
poration, New York. 



Edwin H. Higley, 

Groton, Mass. 



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Hill (Geo. Everett) and Waring (Geo. E.), Jr. Old 
Wells and Water-Courses of the Island of Manhattan. 
Part 2. 12°. [n. i.] (Half-Moon Series, Vol. 1, No. 
11.) (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Hill (J. L.) Printing Company. Directory of Newport 
News, Hampton, Phcebus, and Old Point, Va. 
i £97_98. Vol.3. 8°. Richmond, Va.: J. L. Hill 
Printing Company. [1897.] (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Hixon (Hiram W). Notes on Lead and Copper Smelt- 
ing and Copper Converting. 8°. New York and 
London : Scientific Publishing Company. 1897. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Hodgman (F.). A Manual of Land Surveying, Com- 
prising an Elementary Course of Practice with Instru- 
ments and a Treatise Upon the Survey of Public and 
Private Lands, Prepared for Use of Schools and Sur- 
veyors. 16°. Climax, Mich. : F. Hodgman. 1897. 
(Received Sept. 30.1897.) 

Howard (Blanche Willis). See Teuffel (Blanche Willis 
Howard von). 

Howell (Frances). The Book of John Howell and His 
Descendants. With supplementary accounts of the 
families related to them by marriage. Collected from 
various sources. Vols. 1 and 2. 16°. New York: 
Frances Howell. 1897. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Humphrey (Maud) and Tucker (Elizabeth S.). Little 
Grown-Ups. 4°. New York : Frederick A. Stokes 
Company. [1897.] (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Humphrey (Maud) and Tucker (Elizabeth S.). Make- 
Believe Men and Women. 4°. New York : Freder- 
ick A. Stokes Company. [1897.] (Received Oct. 1, 
1897.) 

Humphrey (Maud) and Tucker (Elizabeth S.). Old 
Youngsters. 4°. New York : Frederick A. Stokes 
Company. [1897.] (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Humphreys (Mary Gay). Women of Colonial and Rev- 
olutionary Times. Catherine Schuyler. With por- 
trait. 16°. New York : Charles Scribner's Sons. 
1897. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Hun (Marcus T.) Reporter. Reports of cases heard and 
determined in the Appelate division of the Supreme 
Court of the State of New York. Vol. 17. 1897. 
Official Edition. 8°. New York: Banks & Bros. 
1897. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Hunt (Violet). Unkist, Unkind ! A novel. 16°. 
New York: Harper & Bros. 1898. (Received Oct. 1, 

1897.) 



Pbopeietoes. 



Institute Echoes. 
Parker. [1897.] 



B°. Binghamtou, N. Y. : 
(Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 



C. M. 



Insurance Directory of New York, Brooklyn, Newark, 
Jersey City, and Hoboken. 1897-1898. With other 
useful information. 12°. New York: Insurance 
Record. [1897.] (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Japan Described and Illustrated by the Japanese. Writ- 
ten by eminent Japanese authorities and scholars. 
Edited by Capt. F. Brinkley, of Tokio, Japan. With 
an essay on Japanese art, by Kaknzo Okakura. Sec- 
tion four. Folio. Boston : J. B. Millet Company. 
[1897.] (Received Oct. 1,1897.) 



Maud Wilder Goodwin, 

New York. 



J. L. Hill Printing Company, 
Richmond, Va. 



Scientific Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

F. Hodgman, Climax, Mich. 



Frances Howell, New York. 



Frederick A. Stokes Com- 
pany, New York. 

Do. 



Do. 



Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 



Banks&Bros., New York. 



Harper & Bros. , New York. 



C. M. Parker, 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

Insurance Record, 

New York. 



J. B. Millet Company, 



Boston. 



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(Ee- 

16°. 
(Re- 



Jewelers' (The) Weekly. Complete directory of the 
jewelry and kindred trades in the United States. 
Fifth Year. 8°. New York : Trades Weekly Company, 
[1897.] (Received Sept, 30, 1897.) 

Jewett (Charles) and Jewett (Harold F.). Essentials of 
Obstetrics. Illustrated by 80 woodcuts and 3 colored 
plates. 12°. New York and Philadelphia : Lea 
Bros. & Co. [1897.] (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Kinsey (J. F.). Choir Gems. A collection of choice 
anthems for the use of choirs, choral societies, and 
conventions. 8°. Lafayette, Ind. : Echo Music Com- 
pany. [1897.] (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Kohler (Louis). Practical Method for the Pianoforte. 
Op. 249, vol. 1. 4°. New York: Hamilton S.Gordon. 
[1897.] (Hamilton S. Gordon's Edition of Collection 
Litolff. ) (Received Sept. 29, 1897. ) 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Insurance Maps. Folio. New 
York : Sanborn-Perris Map Company, Ltd. [1897. ] 
(Received Sept. 25, 1897.) 

Landesmann (Earnest), M. D. Therapy of the Clinics 
of the Royal and Imperial Hospital of Vienna, Austria, 
Translated and revised, with notes from the last two 
compilations, by John H. Metzerott, M. D. 16 
Chicago: Fergus Printing Company. [1897.] 
ceivedSept, 30, 1897.) 

Lang (Andrew), Editor. The Pink Fairy Book. 
New York : Longmans, Green & Co. [1897.] 
ceivedSept, 27, 1897.) 

Latta (Carrie Hunt). My Josephine, and Other Verses. 
12°. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Lawrence, Mass. Directory 1897-98. No. 28. Samp- 
son, Murdock & Co., Boston. 8°. Lawrence : W. E. 
Eice Company. [1897.] (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Legacy (The) of Pere Marquette. 18°. Chicago : Mar- 
quette Publishing Company. [1897.] (Received Sept. 
27,1897.) 

Leon (The) Mandolin and Guitar Album. No. 1. 4°. 
New York : C. H. Ditson & Co. [1897.] (Received 
Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Lucas (W. P.), compiler. The Special Agent's and Ad- 
juster's Companion. 8°. Oil City, Pa. : W.P.Lucas. 
1897. ( Received Sept. 27, 1897. )' 

McGranahan (James). See Sankey (Ira D.), McGrana- 
han (James), and Stebbins (Geo. C). 

Mac Neil (John). Even So, Come. Introduction by 
Rev. H. B. Macartney, M. A. 16°. New York : Flem"- 
ing H. Revell Co. [1897. ] ( Received Oct, 2, 1897. ) 

Mandel (John A.). Manual for the Physiological Chemi- 
cal Laboratory. For the use of medical students. 
12°. New York: Jos. V. Standish. 1897. (Received 
Oct. 1,1897.) 

Mann (Charles H. ). The Christ of God the Rationale 
of the Deitv of Jesus Christ. 16°. New York : G. 
P. Putnam's Sons. 1897. ( Received Oct. 1, 1897. ) 

Martin (Edward), M. D. Essentials of Surgery, Together 
with a Full Description of the Handkerchief and 
Roller Bandage. Arranged iu the form of questions 
and answers. Prepared especially for students of 
medicine. Illustrated. Sixth Edition, revised and 
enlarged by an Appendix — . 12°. Philadelphia : 
W. B. Saunders. 1897. (Saunders' Question-Com- 
pends, No. 2. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

2 T E 



Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 



Lea Bros. & Co. , 



Philadelphia, 



Echo Music Company, 

Lafayette, Ind. 



Hamilton S. Gordon, 

New York. 



Sanborn - Perris Map Com- 
pany, Ltd., Chicago. 

John H. Metzerott, 

Washington, D. C. 



Longmans, Green & Co. , 

New York. 

Carrie Hunt Latta, 

Indianapolis. 
Sampson, Murdock & Co., 

Boston. 

Walter R. Nursey, Ralph D. 

Cleveland, and J. H. A. 

Mirosky, United States. 

Vincent Leon, United States. 



W. P. Lucas, Oil City, Pa. 



Fleming H. Revell Company, 
New York. 

J. V. Standish, New York. 



Charles H. Mann, 

United States. 



W. B. Saunders, 



Philadelphia. 



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Martin ( W. S ) and Haskell (Geo. W. ), Editors. Sowing 
and Heaping. No. 1. For use in Sunday schools, 
etc. 12°. Boston: J. Frank Giles. [1897.] (Re- 
ceived Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Mason (Dr. William). Touch and Technic : For artistic 
piano playing. Op. 44. 4°. Philadelphia : Theo- 
dore Presser. [1897.] (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Metzerott (John H.) M. D. Therapy of the Clinics of 
the Royal and Imperial Hospital of Vienna, Austria. 
See Landesmann (Earnest), M.D. 

Middleboro, Mass. Resident and Business Directory for 
1897. 8°. Needham, Mass. : A. E. Foss & Co. [1897.] 
(Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Millocker(Carl). Poor Jonathan. See Wittmann (Hugo), 
Bauer (Julius) and Millocker (Carl). 

Montclair, N. J. Baldwin's Directory of Montclair and 
Bloomfield. Year ending May 1 , 1898. 8°. Orange, 
N. J. : J. H. Baldwin. 1897. (Received Sept. 30. 1897.) 

Montresor (F. F.). At the Cross-Roads. 16°. New 
York : D. Appleton & Co. 1897. (Received Sept. 28, 
1897.) 

Moore (W. W.) and Others. Select Northfield Sermons. 
16°. Chicago : Bible Institute Colportage Associa- 
tion. 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Moorhouse (Henry) and Others. The Prodigal. 16°. 
Chicago : Bible Institute Colportage Association. 
1897. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Moulton (Richard G.), Editor. The Modern Reader's 
Bible. Edited with introduction and notes. 16°. 
New York : Macmillan Company. 1897. ( Received 
Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Munsell (Charles). Webster's Calendar or the Albany 
Almanac for the Year of Our Lord 1898. 16°. 
Albany : Charles Munsell. [1897.] (Received Sept. 
27, 1897.) 

Nebraska (The) Irrigation Annual. 1897. Second 
Number. 8°. Lincoln, Nebr. : A. G. Wolfenbarger. 
1897. (Received Sept. 7, 1897.) 

Newport News, Va. J. L. Hill Printing Company's 
Directory of Newport News, Hampton, Phoebus, and 
Old Point, Va. 1897-98. Vol. 3. 8°. Richmond, 
Va. : J. L. Hill Printing Company. [1897.] (Received 
Oct. 2, 1897.) 

New York and New Jersey Telephone Company. Tele- 
phone Directory of the New York Telephone Com- 
pany and The New York and New Jersey Telephone 
Company. Sept. 1, 1897. 8°. New York: New 
York Telephone Company. [1897.] (Received Sept. 
27, 1897.) 

New York (Greater). Certified Copies of Maps of the 
Annexed District Annexed to the City of New York. 
Filed in the Register's Office at White Plains, County 
of Westchester, New York. Vol. 3. Folio. New 
York: E. Robinson & Co. 1897. (Received Sept, 
30, 1897. ) 

New York (State) Code of Election Laws, With 
Amendments to Date, With Annotations, Forms, In- 
structions, and Full Index. By William H. Silver- 
nail. 8°. New York : Banks & Bros. 1897. (Re- 
ceived Oct. 1, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



J. Frank Giles, Boston. 



Theodore Presser, 

Philadelphia. 



A. E. Foss & Co., 

Needham, Mass. 



J. H. Baldwin, Orange, N. J. 



D. Appleton & Co.. 

New York. 

Bible Institute Colportage 
Association, Chicago. 

Do. 



Macmillan Company, 

New York. 



Charles Munsell, 

Albany, N. Y. 



A. G. Wolfenbarger, 

Lincoln, Nebr. 

J. L. Hill Printing Company, 
Richmond, Va. 



New York Telephone Com- 
pany, New York. 



E. Robinson & Co. , 



New York. 



Banks & Bros., New York 



11 



BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



New York (State) Reports of Cases Heard arid De- 
termined in the Appellate Division of the Supreme 
Court of the State of New York. Marcus T. Hun, 
Reporter. Vol. 17. 1897. Official Edition. 8°. New 
York : Banks & Bros. 1897. (Received Sept. 29, 
1897.) 

New York Telephone Companj'. Telephone Directory 
of the New York Telephone Company and The New 
York and New Jersey Telephone Company. Sept. 1, 
1897. 8°. New York: New York Telephone Company. 
[1897.] (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Northwestern (The) Reporter. Vol. 71. Permanent 
Edition. June 5- July 31, 1897. 8°. St. Paul: 
West Publishing Compan3 r . 1897. National Reporter 
System. State Series. (Received Sept. 27, 1897. ) 

Noyes (Minna B.), (Tr.) Twilight Stories. Translated 
from the German. 12°. New- Britain, Conn. : Adkins 
Printing Company. 1897. (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Old Point, Va. J. L. Hill Printing Co.'s Directory of 
Newport News, Hampton, Phoebus, and Old Point, 
Va. 1897-98. Vol. 3. 8°. Richmond. Va.: J. L. 
Hill Printing Company. [1897.] (Received Oct. 2, 

1897.) 

On to Klondike ! and the Great Alaskan Gold Discoveries. 
By a Practical Miner. 16°. New York : Alfred Marks. 
[1897.] (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Orrick (Jesse Lewis). Undergraduate Fancies, or Short 
Excursions on a Lame Pegasus. 16°. Cumberland, 
Md.: H. K. Duke & Co. [1897.] (Received Sept. 29, 

1897.) 

Osgood (William N.). Legal Rights of Employees. A 
handbook of the legal rights of employees under 
Massachusetts laws. 12°. Boston : Charles E. Brown 
&Co. [1897.] (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Osmond (Rev. J.). History of the Presbytery of Lu- 
zerne, State of Pennsylvania. With introduction by 
Rev. N. G. Parke, D. D. 8°. Wilkesbarre, Pa. : R. 
Baur&Son. [1897.] (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Parker (Edward E.) and others. History of the City of 
Nashua, N. H. From the earliest settlement of old 
Dunstable to the year 1895. Prepared by a selected 
corps of editors under the business superintendence of 
H. Reinheimer & Co. 4°. Nashua, N. H. : Telegraph 
Publishing Company. 1897. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Parkman (Francis). The Old Regime in Canada. France 
and England in North America. Part 4. In 2 vol- 
umes. Vols. 1 and 2. 8°. Boston : Little, Brown 
& Co. 1897. (Parkman, Francis, Works. Cham- 
plain Edition. Vols. 7 and 8.) (Received Sept. 30, 
1897.) 

Patriots' (The) Song Book of One Hundred Popular and 
Patriotic Airs With Many New and Original Songs. 
12°. Chicago : Coin Publishing Company. [1897.] 
(Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Pearson (Henry G.). Freshman Composition. With an 
introduction by Arlo Bates. 16°. Boston : I). C. 
Heath & Co. 1897. (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 



Banks & Bros., New York. 



New York Telephone Com- 
pany, New York. 



West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 



M. B. Noyes, 



Boston. 



J. L. Hill Printing Company, 
Richmond, Va. 



Alfred Marks, New York. 



Jesse Lewis Orrick, 

Cumberland, 



Md. 



William N. Osgood, Boston. 



N. G. Parke, United States. 



H. Reinheimer & Co., 

Nashua, N. H. 



Little, Brown & Co., Boston. 



Coin Publishing Company, 
Chicago. 



D. C. Heath & Co., Boston. 



12 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopeietoes. 



Francis P. Harper, 



Pelletreau (William S. ), Early Long Island Wills of 

Suffolk County. 1691-1703. An unabridged copy of 

the manuscript volume known as "The Lester Will 

Book." With genealogical and historical notes. 4°. 

New York : Francis P. Harper. 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 

27, 1897.) 
Perfect Art of Modern Dancing. 8°. New York : The 

Butterick Publishing Company (Limited). [1897.] 

(Metropolitan pamphlet series. Vol. 10, No. 3, 

September, 1897.) (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Perkins (W. O.). Sacred Music for Men's Voices. Vol. 

2. 8°. [Boston.] Oliver Ditson Company. [1897.] 

(Eeceived Sept. 27, 1897. ) 
Perry (R. Ross). Common-Law Pleading, its History 

and Principles. Including Dicey's Rules Concerning 

Parties to Actions and Stephen's Rules of Pleading. 

8°. Boston : Little, Brown & Co. 1897. (Received 

Sept. 27, 1897.) 
Perry (Walter S.). See Clark (John S.), Hicks (Mary 

Dana) and Perry (Walter S.). 
Phoebus, Va. J. L. Hill Printing Company's Directory 

of Newport News, Hampton, Phoebus, and Old 

Point, Va. 1897-8. Vol. 3. 8°. Richmond, Va.: 

J. L. Hill Printing Company. [1897.] (Received 

Oct. 2, 1897.) 
Pickard (Samuel T.). Hawthorne's First Diary. With 

an Account of Its Discovery and Loss. 16°. Boston : 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 1897. (Received Sept. 27, 

1897.) 
Podmore (Frank). Studies in Psychical Research. 8°. 

New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1897. (Received 

Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Portsmouth, N. H. Directory. 1897. 8°. Boston : 

W. A. Greenough & Co. [1897.] (Received Sept. 27, 

1897.) 
Powell (Richard Stillman). Phyllis in Bohemia. See 

Bickford (L. H.) and Powell (Richard Stillman). 
Prentiss (Mrs. E.). Stepping Heavenward. New Edi- 
tion, with a sketch of the author. 16°. New York : 

A. D. F. Randolph Company. 1897. (Received Sept. 

30, 1897.) 
Pretty Pursuits for Children. 8°. New York: The 

Butterick Publishing Company (Ltd.). [1897.] 

(Metropolitan Handy Series. Vol. 3, No. 3. Sep- 
tember, 1897.) (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Pryor (Mrs. Roger A.), Lee (Dr. Edmund Jenings), 

Garnett (John J.), Robins (Mrs. Sally Nelson). Rosser 

(Gen. T. L.) and others. Gen. Robert Edward Lee. 

Soldier, citizen, and Christian patriot. Edited by R. 

A. Brock. Illustrated. 4°. Richmond, Va. : B. F. 

Johnson Publishing Company. [1897. ] 
Read (Opie). Old Ebenezer. Illustrated. 12°. Chi- 
cago: Laird & Lee. [1897.] (Opie Read's Select 

Works.) (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 
Rice & Carrouthers. Notes on Alaska. 12°. Helena, 

Mont. : A. F. Fisk & Co. 1897. (Received Sept. 27, 

1897.) 

Richardson (H. H.). Little Lessons in Plant Life for H. H. Richardson, 

Little Children. 16°. Richmond, Va.: B. F. John- Richmond, Va, 

son Publishing Company 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 

1897.) 



New York. 



Butterick Publishing Com- 
pany (Ltd.), New York. 



Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

R. Ross Perry, 

Washington. D. C. 



J. L. Hill Printing Company, 
Richmond, Va, 



Samuel T. Pickard, 

United States. 



G. P. Putnam's Sons, 

New York. 

W. A. Greenough & Co., 

Boston. 



George L. Prentiss, 

New York. 



Butterick Publishing Com- 
pany (Ltd.), New York. 



B. F. Johnson Publishing 
Company, Richmond, Va. 



Wm. H. Lee, Chicago. 



Rice & Carrouthers, 

Helena, Mont. 



13 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Botherkam (Joseph Bryant, Tr.). The Emphasized 
New Testament. A New Translation with Select Ref- 
erences and an Appendix of Notes. 8°. New York : 
John Wiley & Sons. 1897. (Eeceived Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Eowe (H. M.). American National Banking. See Sad- 
ler (W. H.) and Eowe (H. M.). 

Sadler (W. H.) and Eowe (H. M.). American National 
Banking. A complete exposition on national banking 
and of national bank bookkeeping as it is practiced. 
4°. Baltimore, Md.: W.H. Sadler. 1897. (Eeceived 
Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Sankey (Ira D.), McGrauahau (James), and Stebbins 
(Geo. C.). Sacred Songs No. 1. Compiled and ar- 
ranged lor use in gospel meetings, and other religions 
services. 24°. New York : The Biglow & Main Com- 
pany. [1897.] (Eeceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Savage (Richard Henry). A Fascinating Traitor. An 
Anglo-Indian story. 12°. New York : The Home 
Publishing Company. [1897.] (Eeceived Sept. 28, 
1897.) 

Schonfeld (William A.). A Compendium of Laws, 
Together with a Collection of Legal Forms for the use 
of Lawyers, Notaries, Business Men, Public and Pri- 
vate Officers, and Corporations. 8°. Chicago : Marsh 
& Grant Printing Company. 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 
27, 1897.) 

Schwab (Laurence Henry). The Kingdom of God. An 
essay in theology. The Bohlen lectures. 1897. 12°. 
New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. 1897. (Eeceived Oct, 

1, 1897.) 

Scott (Sir Walter). Ivanboe. Condensed for use in 
schools, with an introduction and explanatory notes. 
16°. New York and New Orleans : University Pub- 
lishing Company. 1897. (Standard Literature 
Series ) (Eeceived Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Silvernail (William H. ). Code of Election Laws of State 
of New York, with Amendments to Date, with Anno- 
tations, Forms, Instructions, and Full Index. 8°. 
New York: Banks & Bros. 1897. (Eeceived Oct. 1, 
1897.) 

Smith (Mary P. Wells). Young (The) Puritans of Old 
Hadley. Illustrated by L. J. Bridgman. 12°. Boston: 
Eoberts Brothers. 1897. "Young Puritan Series." 
(Eeceived Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Georgia. Con- 
stitution and by-laws. 12°. Philadelphia : Bailey, 
Banks & Biddle Comnany. 1897. (Eeceived Sept. 27, 
1897.) 

Standard Dictionary of the English Language. Students' 
Edition of. [1225 pictorial illustrations.] Abridged 
from the Funk & Wagnalls Standard Dictionary of the 
English Language by James C. Fernald, etc. 8°. New 
York : Funk & Wagnalls Company. 1897. 

Stebbins (Geo. C). See Sankey (Ira D.), McGranahan 
(James), and Stebbins (Geo. C). 

Stevenson (Eobert Louis). St. Ives, Being the Adven- 
tures of a French Prisoner in England. 12°. New 
York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1897. (Eeceived Oct. 

2, 1897. ) 



Joseph Bryant Eotherham, 
London, England. 



W. H. Sadler and H. M. 
Eowe, Baltimore, Md. 



Biglow & Main Company, 

New York. 



A. C. Gunter, New York. 



William A. Schonfeld, 

Chicago. 



E. P. Dutton & Co. , 

New York. 



University Publishing Com- 
pany. New York. 



Banks & Bros., New York. 



Eoberts Brothers, Boston. 



Society of Colonial Wars in 
the State of Georgia. 



Funk & Wagnalls Company, 
New York. 



Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 



14 

BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Stoddard (John L.). Lectures. Illustrated and em- 
bellished with views of the world's larnous places and 
people, being the identical discourses delivered dur- 
ing the past eighteen years under the title of the Stod- 
dard Lectures. Vol. 1. 8°. New York, Chicago, 
and London : Belford, Middlebrook & Co. 1897. 
(Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Stout (Rufus S.). Stout's Practical Business Guide on 
all kinds of Deeds, how to Organize Banks, Building, 
and Loan Associations, etc., with several chapters on 
other subjects; also a few points of law. 16°. Hot 
Springs, Ark.: Republican Print. 1897. (Received 
Sept. 28. 1897.) 

Sully (James). Teachers (The) Handbook of Psycho- 
logy. On the basis of "Outlines of Psychology." 
Fourth Edition, rewritten and enlarged. 16°. New 
York : D. Appleton & Co. 1897. (Received Sept. 27, 
1897.) 

Taylor (H. C. Chatfield). Vice (The) of Fools. Illus- 
trations by Raymond M. Crosby. 16°. Chicago and 
New York: Herbert S. Stone & Co. 1897. (Received 
Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Taylor (Robert W.), M. D. Practical (A) Treatise on 
Sexual Disorders of the Male and Female. With 73 
illustrations and 8 plates in color and monotone. 8°. 
New York and Philadelphia : Lea Bros. & Co. 1897. 
(Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Telephone Directory of the New York Telephone Com- 
pany and the New York and New Jersey Telephone 
Company. Sept. 1, 1897. 8°. New York: New 
York Telephone Company. [1897.] ( Received Sept. 
27, 1897.) 

Tennyson (Alfred, Lord). Memoir (A) by His Son. 
Vols. 1 and 2. 8°. New York : Macmillan Companv. 
1897. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Teuffel (Blanche Willis Howard von). Seven on the 
Highway. 16°. Boston and New York : Houghton, 
Mifflin & Co. 1897. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Transactions of the American Clinatological Association. 
See American Cliuatological Association. Transactions. 

Treatise (A) on the Construction and Use of Milling 
Machines made by Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing 
Company, Providence, R. I. 8°. Providence, R. I.: 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company, Providence, 
R.I. 1896. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Tucker (Elizabeth S. ). Little Grown-Ups. See Hum- 
phrey (Maud) and Tucker (Elizabeth S.). 

Tucker (Elizabeth S.). Make-believe Men and Wo- 
men. See Humphrey (Maud) and Tucker (Eliza- 
beth S.). 

Tucker (Elizabeth S.). Old Youngsters. See Humphrey 
(Maud) and Tucker (Elizabeths.;. 

Twilight Stories. Translated from the German by 
Minna B. Noyes. 12° -New Britain, Conn.: Adkins 
Printing Company. 1897. (Received Sept, 28, 1897.) 

Tyler (Moses Coit). Literary (The) History of the 
American Revolution. 1763-1783. Vol. 2. 1776-1783. 
8°. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1897. (Re- 
ceived Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Vizetelly (Ernest Alfred), Paris. See Zola (Emile). 



John L. Stoddard. 



Rufus S. Stout, 

Hot Springs, Ark. 



D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 



Herbert S. Stone & Co., 

Chicago. 



Lea Bros. & Co., 

PhiladelDhia, Pa, 



New York Telephone Com- 
pany, New York. 



Macmillan Compan}', 

New York. 

Blanche Willis Howard von 
Teuffel. 



Brown & Sharpe Manufac- 
turing Company, 

Providence, R. I. 



M. B. Noyes, Boston. 



Moses Coit Tyler, 

Ithaca, N. Y. 



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BOOKS— Continued. 



Titles. 



Waring (Geo. E.). Jr. Old Wells and Water-Courses of 
trie Island of Manhattan. See Hill (Geo. Everett) 
and Waring (Geo. E.), Jr. 

Weber (Carl), compiler. The Premier Method for 
Drums, Fife, Tympani, Orchestra Bells, and Xylo- 
phone. * * * * 4°. Philadelphia: J. W. Pep- 
per. [1897.] (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Weber (Carl), compiler. The Premier Method for 
Viola, from the Works of the Celebrated Writers: 
Saint Jacome, Marque, Bruni, Molier, Gebauer, Mar- 
ten, and others. 4°. Philadelphia: J. W. Pepper. 
[1897.] (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Webster's Calendar or the Albany Almanac for the Year 
of Our Lord 1898. By Charles Munsell. 16°. Al- 
bany : Charles Munsell. [1897.] (Received Sept. 27, 
1897.) 

Weiler (Samuel B.) and Cahen (Alfred). Gay (The) 
Debutante. A musical comedy in three acts. Music 
by Samuel B. Weiler. Book bv Alfred Cahen. 4°. 
[n. i.] (Received Sept. 29, 1897. ) 

Westlake (Philip W.). "Lay (The) of the Land." 
Road book of the Connecticut Division League Ameri- 
can Wheelmen. '"98 model." 12°. New York : J. 
B. Beers & Co. [1897.] (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Wilcox (Delos F.). Study (The) of City Government. 
An outline of the problems of municipal functions, 
control, and organization. 12°. New York: Macmil- 
lan Company. 1897. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Wood (H. C), M. D., LL D. Therapeutics : Its princi- 
ples and practice. A work on medical agencies, drugs, 
and poisons, with special reference to the relations 
between physiology and clinical medicine. The 
tenth edition of a treatise on therapeutics, thoroughly 
revised. 8°. Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott Com- 
pany. 1897. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Yechton (Barbara). Derick. 12°. New York : Dodd, 
Mead & Co. 1897. (Received Oct. 1. 1897.) 

Young (Otto) & Co., Chicago, 111. Illustrated Price 
List. Watches, diamonds, jewelry, etc. Wholesale 
only., 1898. 4°. [n.L] (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Zola (Emile), Paris. Translated by Ernest Alfred Vi- 
zetelly. Vol. 1, 30 pp. 16°. New York: Macmillan 
Company. 1897. (Three, The, Cities : London, Rome, 
Paris. III.) (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



J. W. Pepper, Philadelphia. 



Do. 



Charles Munsell, 

Albany, N. Y. 



S. B. Weiler and A. Cahen, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 



Philip W. Westlake, 

Bridgeport, Conn. 



Macmillan Company, 

New York. 



J. B. Lippincott Company, 

Philadelphia. 



Lyda Earrington Krause. 
Otto Young & Co., Chicago. 



Macmillan Company, 

New York. 



BOOKS— AN INDEX OF PKOPKIETOKS. 



Alcott (J. S. P. ), United States : 
Alcott, Old-Fashioned Girl. 

American Book Company, New York : 

Field. Grammar-School History of 
the United States. 

American Publishers' Corporation, New 
York: 
Higbee. In "God's Country." 

American Sports Publishing Company, 
New York : 
Cox. Spalding's Official Golf Guide. 



Anthony (Gardner C), United States: 

(Au.) Machine Drawing. 
Appletou (D.) & Co., New York : 

Montresor. At the Cross- Roads. 

Dawson. God's Foundling. 

Dowden. History of French Literature. 

Chetwode. John of Strathbourue. 
(Incomplete.) 

Gerard. Miss Providence. 

Sully. Teacher's (The) Handbook 
on Psychology. 

Austin. Uncle Sam's Secrets. 



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BOOKS (PEOPEIETOES)— Continued. 



Baldwin (J. H.), Orange, N. J.: 

Baldwin's Directory of Montclair and 
Bloomfield. 
Banks & Bros., New York : 

Silvernail. Code of Election Laws of 

State of New York. 
Hun. New York Eeports. Vol. 17. 
Official Edition. 
Benziger Brothers, New York : 

Gira-rdey. Mission Book for the Mar- 
ried. 
Bible Institute Colportage Association, 
Chicago : 

Dixon. Heaven on Earth. 
Moorhouse and others. The Prodigal. 
Moore and others. Select Northfield 
Sermons. 
Biglow & Main Company, New York : 

Sankey and others. Sacred songs. 
No. 1. 
Braddon (M. E.), United States: 

Braddon. When the World was Young. 
Brentano's, New York: 

Foster. Poker. 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company, 
Providence, K. I.: 

Treatise (A) on the Construction and 
use of Milling Machine. 
Butterick Publishing Company (Ltd. i. 
New York : 

Fancy and Practical Knitting. 
Perfect Art of Modern Dancing. 
Pretty Pursuits for Children. 
Century Association, New York : 

Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding 
of The Century. 
Clinton (Henry Lauren), New York : 

Clinton. Celebrated Trials. 
Coin Publishing Company, Chicago : 

Patriots' Song Book. 
Crapsey (Jeannette), Cincinnati : 

(Au.) Four Jolly Drummers. 
Creery (Annie C. ), Baltimore, Md.: 

Creery. Primary School Spelling 
Book. 
Curlander (M.), Baltimore, Md. : 

(Brantley) Digest of Mary land Eeports. 
Vol. 8. 
Ditson (Oliver) Company, Boston, Mass : 
Perkins. Sacred Music for Men's 
Voices. Vol. 2. 
Dockham (Stevens) & Co. , Boston : 

Dockham's American Eeport and Di- 
rectory of Clothing Manufacture 
and Cutting- Up Trade. United 
States and Canada. Second Edition. 
Dodd, Mead & Co., New York : 
Blackmore Dariel. , 
Flammarion Lumen. 
Champney, Pierre and His Poodle. 

Dutton (E. P.) & Co., New York : 
Schwab. Kingdom of God. 

Echo Music Company, Lafayette, Ind. : 
Kinsey. Choir Gems. 



Estes & Lauriat, Boston : 

Bicknell. The City of Stories. 
Fine (Henry B.): 

(An. ) College Algebra. 
Fitch (Thomas), United States : 

( Au. ) Better Days. 
Fletcher (Horace), United States: 

(Au.) Happiness as Found in Fore- 
thought Minus Fearthought. 
Foss (A. E. ) & Co., Needham, Mass.: 

Middleboro, Mass., Directory for 1897. 
Friedman (P.), New York: 

Bamberger, Adler and Lilenthal. The 
Soul of Life. 
Fry (Jacob), Mount Airy, Philadelphia : 

(Au.) Elementary Homiletics. 
Funk & Wagnalls Company, New York : 

Bliss. Encyclopedia of Social Reform. 

Standard Dictionary of the English 
Language. Student's Edition. 
Gage (Alfred P.), Boston : 

(Au.) Physical Experiments. 
Getchell (M. S.), Somerville, Mass.: 

( Au. ) Study of Mediaeval History by 
the Library Method. 
Giles (J. Frank), Boston : 

Martin and Haskell. Sowing and 
Eeaping. No. 1. 
Gill (Chas. O), New York : 

Bellard. The Kiondyke Mines. 
Goodwin (Maud Wilder), New York : 

Hill and Waring. Old Wells and 
Water-Courses of the Island of 
Manhattan. Part 2. 
Gordon (Hamilton S.), New- York : 

- Kohler. Practical Method for the 

Pianoforte. Op. 249, vol. 1. 
Greenough (W. A.) & Co., Boston, Mass. : 

Portsmouth, N. H., Directory. 1897. 
Grundy (John M. ), Carthage, Mo. : 

(Au.) Key to the Eevelation of St. 
John. 
Gunter (A. C), New York : 

Savage. Fascinating Traitor. 
Hamilton (Braddin), New York : 

The Family of Hamilton. 

Hardwicke (Henry), New York : 
(Au.) Art of Getting Eich. 

Harper & Bros., New York : 

Greene. Stuart and Bamboo. 
Hunt, Unkist, Unkind ! 

Harper (Francis P.), New York : 

Pelletreau. Earlv Long Island Wills 
of Suffolk County. 1691-1703. 

Heath (D. C.) & Co., Boston : 

Pearson. Freshman Composition. 

Heverin (Harold Cator) : 
(Au.) Book of Guests. 

Higley (Edwin H.). Groton, Mass.: 

(An.) Exercises in Greek Composi- 
tion based onXenophon's Anabasis, 
and Hellenica. 



17 



BOOKS (PROPRIETORS)— Continued. 



Hill (J. L.) Printing Company, Richmond, 
Va.: 
Directory of Newport News, Hamp- 
ton, Phoebus and Old Point, Va. 
Hinsdale (Guy), Secretary American Cli- 
atologieal?Association: 

Transactions of the American Climato- 
logical Association. 1897. Vol. 13. 
Hodgman (F.), Climax, Mich.: 

(Au.) Manual of Land Surveying. 
Howell (Frances), New York : 

(Au.) Book of John Howell and His 
Decendants. 
Insurance Record, N. Y. : 

Insurance Directory of New York, 
Brooklyn, etc. 
Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore : 

Hazen. Contemporary American 
Opinion of the French Revolution. 
Johnson (B. F.) Pub. Co., Richmond, Va. : 
Pryor and others. Gen. Robert Ed- 
ward Lee. 
Krause (Lydia Farrington) : 

Yechton. Derick. 
Latta (Carrie Hunt), Indianapolis : 

( Au. ) My Josephine, and other verses. 
Lawyers' Co-operative Publishing Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. : 

General Digest. Advance Sheets. No. 
4. To July, 1897. 
Lea Bros. & Co. , Philadelphia : 

Jewett. Essentials of Obstetrics. 
Taylor. Practical (A) Treatise on Sex- 
ual Disorders of the Male and Fe- 
male. 
Lee (Wm.H.). Chicago: 

Read. Old Ebenezer. 
Leon (Vincent) : 

Leon Mandolin and Guitar Album. 
No. 1. 
Lippincott (J. B.) Co., Philadelphia: 

Wood. Therapeutics. 
Little, Brown & Co., Boston, Mass.: 

Parkman. The Old Regime in Can- 
ada. France and England in North 
America. Part 4. Vols. 1 and 2. 

Longmans, Green & Co. , New York : 
Lang. The Pink Fairy Book. 

Lucas (W. P.), Oil City, Pa,: 

Special Agent's and Adjuster's Com- 
panion. 

Macmillan Company, New York : 

Tennyson. Memoir (A) by His Son. 

Moulton. The Modern Reader's 
Bible. 

Zola. Paris. Vol 1, 30 pp. 

Cournot. Researches into the Mathe- 
matical Principles of the Theory of 
Wealth. 

Wilcox. Study (The) of City Gov- 
ernment. 

Mann (Charles H.), United States: 
(Au.) The Christ of God. 

3 T E 



Marks (Alfred), New York : 

On to Klondike. 
Maynard, Merrill & Co., New York : 

Dadmun. Praise Songs. 
Metzerott (John H.), Washington, D. C. : 
Landesmann. Therapy of the Clinics 
of the Royal and Imperial Hospital 
of Vienna, Austria. 
Millet (J. B.) Company, Boston : 

Brinkley. Japan described and Illus- 
trated. 
Munsell (Charles), Albany. N. Y.: 

(Au. ) Webster's Calendar or the 
Albany Almanac for 1898. 
New Jersey Registration and Trust Com- 
pany, East Orange, N. J. : 

Business Corporations Under the Laws 
of New Jersey. 
New York Telephone Company, New York : 
Telephone Directory of the New York 
Telephone Company and The New 
York and New Jersey Telephone 
Company. 
Noyes (Minna B.), Boston, Mass.: 

Twilight Stories. 
Nursery (Walter R. ) , Cleveland (Ralph D. ) , 
and Mirosky (J. H. A.), United States : 
Legacy of Pere Marquette. 
Orrick (Jesse Lewis), Cumberland, Md. : 

(Au.) Undergraduate Fancies. 
Osgood (William N), Boston, Mass.: 

(Au.) Legal Rights of Employees. 
Parke (N. G.), United States: 

Osmond. History of the Presbytery 
of Luzerne, Pa. 
Parker (C. M.), Binghamton, N. Y. : 

Institute Echoes. 
Pepper (J.W.), Philadelphia: 

Weber. The Premier Method for 

Drums, Fife, etc. 
Weber. The Premier Method for 
Viola. 
Perry (R. Ross): 

(Au.) Common-Law Pleading. 

Pickard (Samuel T.), United States : 
(Au.) Hawthorne's First Diary. 

Prentiss (George L.), New York: 

Prentiss. Stepping Heavenward. New 
Edition. 

Presser (Theodore), Philadelphia : 

Mason. Touch and Technic. Op. 44. 

Putnam's (G. P.) Sons, New York: 

Balfour. The Fall of the Sparrow. 
Podmore. Studies in Psychical Re- 
search. 

Reinheimer (H.) & Co., Nashua, N. H. : 
Parker and others. History of City 
of Nashua, N. H. 

Retail Dealers' Protective Association, 
New York : 

Commercial Register, New York, 
Brooklyn and vicinity. 



18 



BOOKS (PEOPEIETORS)— Continued. 



Revell (Fleming H.) Company, New 
York : 

Campbell. After Pentecost, "What? 
Mac Neil. Even So, Come. 
Grinnell. John and I and the Church. 
Plague. Ways to Win. 
Rice & Carrouthers, Helena, Mont. : 

Notes on Alaska. 
Richardson (H. H.), Richmond, Va.: 

(Au.) Little Lessons in Plant Life. 
Roberts Brothers. Boston : 

Smith. Young (The) Puritans of Old 
Hadley. 
Robinson & Co. , New York : 

Certified Copies of Maps of the An- 
nexed District (etc.). 
Rotherham (Joseph Bryant), London, 
England : 
Emphasized New Testament. 
Sadler (W. H.) and Rowe (H. M.), Balti- 
more, Md. : 

(Au.) American National Banking. 
Sampson, Murdock & Co., Boston: 

Lawrence, Mass., Directory. 1897-98. 
No. 28. 
Sanborn-Perris Map Company, Ltd., Chi- 
cago : 

Chicago. Vol. 3. 
Insurance Maps of Lancaster, Pa. 
Saunders (W. B.), Philadelphia: 

Cragin. Essentials of Gynecology. 

Fourth edition revised. 
Martin. Essentials of Surgery. Sixth 
edition. 
Schonfield (William A.), Chicago: 
(Au.) Compendium of Laws. 
Scientific Publishing Company, New York : 
Hixon. Notes on Lead and Copper 
Smelting and Copper Converting. 
Scribner's (Charles) Sons, New York : 

Frost. The Knights of the Round 

Table. 
Bruce. Providential Order of the 

World. 
Stevenson. St. Ives. 
Clark. Will Shakespeare's Little Lad. 
Humphreys. Women of Colonial and 
Revolutionary Times. Catherine 
Schuyler. 

Society of Colonial Wars in the State of 
Georgia : 

Constitution and By-Laws of the So- 
ciety of Colonial Wars in the State 
of Georgia. 



Society of Economic Research, Girard, Pa. 

About Babies and Children. 
Standish (J. V.), New York: 

Maudel. Manual for the Physiological 
Chemical Laboratory. 
Stoddard (John S.): 

Stoddard. Lectures. 
Stokes (Frederick A.) Co., New York: 
Humphrey and Tucker. Little 

Grown-Ups. 
Humphrey and Tucker. Make-Be- 

lieve Men and Women. 
Humphrey and Tucker. Old Young- 
sters. 
Stone (Herbert S.) & Co., Chicago : 
Gordon. Eat Not Thy Heart. 
Bickford and Powell. Phyllis in Bo- 
hemia. 
Taylor. Vice (The) of Fools. 
Stout (Rufus S.), Hot Springs, Ark.: 

Stout. Stout's Practical Business 
Guide. 1897. 
Teuffel (Blanche Willis Howard von): 
Teuffel. Seven on the Highway. 
Trades Weekly Company, New York : 

The Jewelers' Weekly. Complete di- 
rectory of the jewelry and kindred 
trades. Fifth Year. 
Tribes (The) Publishing Co. , Denver, Colo. : 
Cumming. Regathered Israel. 

Tyler (Moses Coit), Ithaca, N. Y.: 

Tyler. Literary (The) History of the 
American Revolution. 1763-1783. 
Vol. 2. 1776-1783. 

University Publishing Co. , New York : 
Scott. Ivanhoe. 

Defoe. Robinson Crusoe. Edited by 
E. R. Shaw. 

Warder, Bushnell & Glessner Company, 
Springfield, Ohio: 

Champion Binders Mowers. 

West Publishing Co., St. Paul, Minn.: 
Northwestern Reporter. Vol. 71. 
Permanent Edition. 

Westlake (Philip W.), Bridgeport, Conn.: 
Westlake. "Lay (The) of the Land." 

Wolfenbarger (A. G.), Lincoln, Nebr.: 
Nebraska Irrigation Annual. 1897. 
Second Number. 

Young (Otto) & Co., Chicago: 

Young. Illustrated Price List. 1898. 



19 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Classified under the term "Books," according to the copyright lan\ and arranged alphabeti- 
cally by names of proprietors. 



Titles. 



Five Per Cent Gold Bond. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Guarantee Prospectus. (Received Sept. 27, 1897) 

Origin of the Nations. By T. H. Ball. (Received Sept. 
30, 1897. ) 

Vigoral, a Foe to Fatigue. (Received Oct. 1, 1897) 

The Insignificant Majority. By Crosby Bemer. Chap. 1 
The Bemis Eye Sanitarium. (Received Sept. 30, 1897) . . 

I've Never Had But the One Sweetheart. By Raymond 

A.Brown. (Received Oct. 1, 1897. ) 
Don't Ask Me to Give Up My Mother. By Raymond 

A. Brown. (Received Oct. 1, 1897. ) 
Normal Neurology. Parti. (Received Oct. 1, 1897) .... 

The Shoppers' Economist. Fall and Winter, 1897-98. 

(Received Spet. 03, 1897. ) 
The Practical Hotel Housekeeper. (Continued from 

August issue.) (Received Oct. 2, 1897. ) 
The Ladies' Birthday Almanac. 1898. (Received Sept. 

30, 1897. ) 
Time for Wellesley, Wellesley Hills, Wellesley Farms, 

and Newton Lower Falls. (Received Sept. 27, 1897. ) 
Course in Literature and Literary Criticism — 

17. Bjornstjerne Bjornson. (Concluded.) By Prof. 
Julius E. Olson. (Received Sept. 28, 1897. ) 

1. American Authors. (Received Oct. 1, 1897) 

2. English Authors. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Course in Economic Principles and Problems. Exam- 
inations. Directions. (Received Sept. 29, 1897. ) 

Course in Popular and Applied Science — 

Examinations. Parti. (Received Sept. 30, 1897).. 
28. Electricity. (Concluded.) By William J. 
Hopkins. (Received Sept. 30, 1897. ) 
Official Ritual of the Knights of Modern Times. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 27, 1897. ) 
Perpetua. By S. Baring-Gould. Chap. 17. (Received 

Oct. 2, 1897. ) 
Architectural Design : Part 2. Instruction Paper. 

First Edition. (Received Oct. 2, 1897. ) 
Streets and Highways — 

Instruction Paper. First Edition. (Received Oct. 2, 

1897. ) 
Question Paper. First Edition. (Received Oct. 2, 
1897. ) 

Key. First Edition. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

The Coxe Mechanical Stoking Furnace. (Received Sept. 

29, 1897.) 
Some Rambling Thoughts. By " Nemo " — 

To All About Ostriches. (Received Sept. 28, 1897). 

More Ostrich Thoughts. (Received Sept. 28, 1897). 

Motley Musings. By Querque. Sept. 26 and Oct. 3, 

1897. (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 
The Voice. (Received Sept. 30, 1897) 

Burger's Secret. By A. Conan Doyle. (Received Oct. 1, 

1897.) 
Colchi-Sal. (Received Sept. 28, 1897) 



Proprietors. 



John C. Abbot, 

Hartford, Conn. 
C. M. Ackerman, 

Baltimore, Md. 
T. H. Ball, Crown Point, Ind. 

Barnes-Crosby Co., Chicago. 
Crosby Bemer. 
E. H. Bemis, 

Glens Falls, N. Y. 
Raymond A. Brown. 

Do. 

William Browniug, 

Brooklyn, N. Y . 
Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co., 

Chicago. 
Mary Cavanaugh and Mary 

Bresnan. 
Chattanooga Medicine Com- 
pany, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
G. Chevalier, 

Wellesley, Mass. 

Chicago Record, Chicago. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Do. 
Do. 

A. B. Church, Hollowell, Me. 

Churchman Company, 

New York. 

Colliery Engineer Company, 

Scranton, Pa. 

Do. 

Do. 



Do. 
Coxe Iron 
Company, 



Manufacturing 
Drifton, Pa. 



Dawe & Tabor. 
Do. 
Do. 

W. D. Douglas. 

A. Conan Doyle, London. 

E. Fougera & Co. , New York. 



20 



BOOKS ( MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titled. 



Proprietors. 



Boiler Tests. ByF. G. Gasche. (Received Sept. 30, 1897). 
There are Pens and Pens. (Received Sept. 30, 1897) 



Practical Time Lessons for Young Students. By M. S. 
Morris. (Received Oct. 1, 1897. ) - 

Gabriel's Birthday Guides. Forms Nos. 1 to 12. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Monthly Bulletin of Shoe Ads. and Cuts. No. 19. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Assessment No. 271. (Received Sept. 29, 1897) 



The Stellar Horoscope and Hand Book of Astronomy. 

By Francis M. Huff. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 
The Hunt Noiseless Conveyor. (Received Sept. 30, 1897). 
Primary Lessons with Sewing Cards. Lessons 44, 45, 

46. '(Received Sept. 29. 1897. ) 
Ireland in Pictures. Part 1. (Received Sept. 28, 1897). 



Fuel Economizer Company, 
Matteawan, N. Y. 
Joseph Gillott & Sons, 

New York. 
Hatch Music Company, 

Philadelphia. 
James Hingston. 

White Plains, N. Y. 
Will Phillip Hooper, 

New York. 
M. E. Howard, 

Westboro, Mass. 
Francis M. Huff, 

Warren, Ind. 
C. W. Hunt Co., New York. 
Mary E. Hutcheson, 

New York. 

International Photographic 

Pub. Co., Chicago. 

Charles W. Kent, Leipsig. 



Shakespeare Note-Book. By Charles W. Kent. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 28, 1897.) 

German Vertical Writing. By Augustin Knoflach. Augustin Knoflach. 
(Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Faith, Hope, and Charity. 
(Received Sept. 30, 1897. 

The Temptation of David. 



By Charles Henry Lamed. 



Part 2. By Carrie Hunt 
Latta. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Directions for Pekin Box Puzzle. (Received Sept. 30, 
1897.) 

In Nature's Waggish Mood. By Paul Hevse. Part 5. 
(Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Co-Operative Full-Paid and Installment Stock Com- 
panies. By David Lukens. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

The Progressive Movement. (Received Sept. 30, 1897)... 

Has the American Trade Union System Outlived Its 

Usefulness? (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 
The "Universal Balm" Boy. Bv Emma A. Opper. 

( Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 
A Lovable Crank. By Barbara Yechton. Two Years 

After. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 
Catalogue of Globe Stoves and Ranges, Crown Heaters 

and Furnaces. ( Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 
Sold. By Nellie V. Millar. (Received Sept. 29, 1897)... 



Charles Henry Larned, 

Santa Cruz. Cal. 
Carrie Hunt Latta. 



A Dummy. 

1897.) 



By Nellie V. Millar. (Received Sept. 29, 



Mott's "Sunray" Water Heaters and Steam Boilers. 
(Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Illustrated Circular of Mott's Sanitary Stall Floor. 
(Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Columbia's Appeal. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Through Rates. (Received Sept. 28, 1897) 



Pot of Gold. (Received Sept. 27, 1897) 

The Junior Bicycle Game. (Received Sept. 27. 1897)... 

Sliding Letters." (Received Sept. 27, 1897) '. 

Bicycle Cards. (Received Sept. 27, 1897) 

"Bob O'Link" and His Friends. (Received Sept. 27, 
1897. ) 



Lepper & Johnson, Boston. 

Living Age Company, Boston. 

D. L. Lukens, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
R. P. Lukens, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Thos. C. Lynch, 

Albany, N. Y. 
S. S. McClure Company, 

New York. 
M. H. Mallory & Co., 

New York. 
March - Brownback Stove 
Company. Pottstown, Pa., 
Nellie V. Millar, 

Washington City. 
Do. 



J. L. Mott Iron Works, 

New York. 

Do. 



Albert D. Mueller, Chicago. 
Chas. F. Orthwein & Sons, 

New Orleans, La. 
Parker Bros.. Salem, Mass. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



21 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Game of Animals. (Received Sept. 27, 1897) 

Pillow-Dex TenDis. (Received Sept, 27, 1897) 

The Wax in Cuba. (Received Sept. 27, 1897) 

The Century Run Bicycle Game. (Received Sept. 27, 
1897. ) 

Reminiscences of Society in New York. 28 — Concluding- 
Paper of the Series. The Author's Farewell. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

The New Lien Law. By Edward L. Heydecker. Chap. 2. 
(Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Student's Record. (Received Sept. 30, 1897) 

Thirteenth Annual Guide and Combined Catalogues. 
(Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Price List of Perfumes and Toilet Goods. Sept. 1, 1897. 
I Received Sept. 27, 1897. ) 

Catalogue of Artistic Plated Ware. 1897. (Received 
Sept. 27, 1897.) 

League Teacher. By B. L. Rowland. (Received Sept. 
30, 1897.) 

The Temple in Blocks. By James C. Russell. (Received 
Oct. 1,1897.) 

American National Banking. (Received Sept. 29, 1897).. 

Die Ursache der vielen Bankerotte unter den Assessment 

oder Co-operativen. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 
Truth ! Advice for Married Folks. (Received Sept. 27, 

1897. ) 
Supplement to Shepard's Massachusetts Annotations 

Contained in vol. 167. (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 
Across the Christmas Snow. (Received Sept. 27, 1897)... 

Ein halbes Jahrhundert. 8. Von F. Sigel 

Trading Stamp Book Issued by Erie Trading Stamp Com- 
pany. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 
Trading Stamp Book Issued by Washington Trading 

Stamp Company. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 
The Fight for the Championship of the Racing Men. 

(Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Items of Interest Regarding the Racing Men and Their 

Travels to the City of Mexico. 
The Cremona Violins. Their Construction and Varnish.. 

New Series. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 
The Practical Hotel Steward. (Continued from August 

issue.) (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 
Terms for Select Libraries. (Received Sept. 28, 1897)... 
Duntonian Vertical Writing. A, B, C. (Received Oct. 

1, 1897.) 
Oliver Wendell Homes on Stereoscopic Views. (Received 

Sept. 29, 1897.) 
Ritual of the Imperial Order Knights of the Bike. By 

J. A. Wamsley. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 
In the Gulch of Jehosaphat. By Cy Warman. (Received 

Oct. 2,1897.) 

Sundav-School Album. September, 1897, to June, 1898. 
(Received Sept. 29, 1897.)' 

Switches for 1100 and 2200 Volt A. C. Circuits. (Received 

Sept. 29, 1897. ) 

A. C. Polyphase Switchboards. (Received Sept. 29, 1897).. 
Infantry Drill Regulations. (Received Sept. 30, 1897). ... 
Practical Engineering Drawing and Third Angle Pro- 
jection. By F. N. Wilson. (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



Parker Bros., 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Salem, Mass. 



Morris Phillips & Co. 



Record and Guide, 

New York. 

F. J. Regan, Duryea, Pa. 

Reliable Incubator and 

Brooder Co., Quincy, 111. 

Theo. Rickseeker Company, 

New York. 

Rogers & Hamilton Company, 

Waterbury, Conn. 

B, L. Rowland, 

Findlay, Ohio. 
James C. Russell. 

W. H. Sadler and H.M.Rowe, 

Baltimore, Md. 

H.W. Schlomann, New York. 



Do. 
Frank Shepard, 



Chicago. 



A. J. Showalter, Dallas, Tex. 

F. Sigel. 

Sperry & Hutchinson, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Do. 

F. Ed. Spooner. 

Do. 

I Jerome B. Squier. 

! John Tellmau, Chicago. 

W. W. Tharp. 
Thompson-Brown & Co , 

Boston. 
Underwood & Underwood, 

New York. 
J. A. Wamsley, Philadelphia. 

Cy Warman. 

Philip M. Watters, 

New York. 

Westinghouse Electric and 
M'f'gCo., Pittsburg, Pa. 

Do. 

John Wiley & Sons, London. 
Frederick N. Wilson, 

Princeton, N. J. 



22 



BOOKS (MISCELLANEOUS)— Continued. 



Titles. 



The Nineteenth Century Cutting System. (Received 

Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Illustrated Price List of the London Editions of the Book 

of Common Prayer. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



M. H. Wing, 



Chicago. 



E. & J. B.Young &Co., 

New York. 



NEWSPAPER ARTICLES. 



Classified under the term ' ' Books, ' ' according to the copyright law, and arranged alphabeti- 
cally by names of proprietors. 



Fashions of New York. (Received Sept. 27, 1897) 

"A'" Syndicate Page. Oct. 2, 1897. (Received Sept. 
27, 1897.) 

"B" Syndicate Page. Oct. 2,1897. (Received Sept. 
27, 1897.) 

"C" Syndicate Page. Sept. 25 and Oct. 2, 1897. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 27, 1897.) 

" E " Syndicate Page. Sept. 25, 1897. (Received Sept. 
27, 1897.) 

"A" Syndicate Page. Oct. 9, 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 
1897. j 

" B " Syndicate Page. Oct. 9, 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 
1897.) 

"C" Syndicate Page. Oct. 9, 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 
1897.) 

"E" Syndicate Page. Oct, 2, 1897. (Received Oct. 2, 
1897.) 

Sheridan's Ride. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Fashions of New York. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Kearny's Charge. (Received Oct. 2, 1S97) r 

All for the South. Received Oct. 2,1897) 

Hail, Old Ironsides." (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Respect Due to Age. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Cocaine Cheap and Abundant. By Curtis Brown. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Longest and Strangest War of the Present Century. 
By H. D. Jones. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

M. Quad Page. By Chas. B. Lewis. (Received Sept. 
30, 1897.) 

The Case of Cal Vanport. By David Parsons. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Big Meeting of New York Prison Reform Experts. By 
I. D. Marshall. (Received Sept 30, 1897.) 

Jack Hannaford. By S. Baring-Gould. (Received Oct. 1 , 
1897.) 

The Black Hoodoo. By Charles Kelsey Gaines. (Re- 
ceived Oct. 1, 1897.) 

The Captain's Chest. By William H. Carpenter. (Re- 
ceived Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Mothers of Kings. By Curtis Brown. (Received Sept. 
30,1897.) 

Woman of Fashion. By Annie Laurie Woods. (Received 
Sept. 30, 1897.) 

New Wedding Gifts. By Anuie Laurie Woods. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Chinese Bid Fair to Become the Coal Kings of the 
Future. By Curtis Brown. ( Received Sept. 30, 1897. ) 

Unique Law Suit Brought to Recover the Tribal Wam- 
pum. By E. W. Mayo. (Received Sept, 30, 1897. ) 



American Press Association, 
New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 
Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 



23 



BOOKS (NEWSPAPER ARTICLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Startling Facte About Steamship Expenditures in the 
United States. By I. D. Marshall. (Received Sept. 30, 
1897. i 

Old "Dad Hall's" 3 Century Span. By H. H. Tucker. 
I Received Sept. 30. 1897.) 

Weird Tales of Vengeful Snakes. By R, G-. Rohinson. 
(Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Specimens by the Million. By I. D. Marshall. (Received 
Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Ellen Osbonrs Fashion Letter. By Ellen Osborn. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Advisory Rates for Fire and Tornado Insurance. Vols. 
174. 221, 256, and 304. (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 

A Master of Indirection. Bv T. Austin Dailey. Chaps. 
30-35. (Received Sept. 28, 1897. ) 

Chaps. 36-38. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

London Topics. (Received Sept. 27, 1897) 



Women in New Work. (Received Oct. 2, 1897 
The Trade in Live Stock- 
Sept. 23, 1897. (Received Sept, 27, 1897) 



(Received Sept. 27, 1897) 

(Received Sept. 28, 1897) 

(Received Sept. 30, 1897) 

(Received Oct. 1, 1897) 

(Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

By Tom. Gallon. (Received 

By Morley Rob- 



Sept, 24, 1897. 
Sept, 25, 1897. 
Sept. 27, 1897. 
Sept, 2S, 1897. 
Sept, 29, 1897. 
A Game of Quixotism. 

Oct, 1, 1897.) 
The Gamhlers of Gravel Mountain. 

erts. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Major Capell's Honor. By Mrs. L. T. Meade and Clifford 

Halifax. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 
Charm Secrets. (Received Sept, 27, 1897) 



Cozv §1,200 Cottage. (Received Oct, 2, 1897) 

A Sensible Home. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

810,000 Frame Church. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Country House. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Handsome Frame House. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Simple and Economical. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

Perfection Slant Writing, Spelling, Correction, and Dic- 
tation Blank. Full Spacing. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Will John Bull Sulk? (Received Sept. 30, 1897) 

Fear We Want the Pole. (Received Oct. 1, 1897) 

Jefferson County History. Chap. 125. (Received Oct. 2, 
1897. ) 

All Kinds of Style. (Received Oct. 2, 1897) 

The American Commercial Union. (Received Sept. 27, 
1897.) 

ANobleLady. By JohnWatson. (ReceivedSept.28,1897. 

Shrewsbury. By Stanley J. Weyman. Chaps. 39-41. 
(Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Hail, City of Light. (Received Sept. 28, 1897) 



T'other and Which. By Frances Swann Williams. 

Chaps. 11, 13, 15, 16. (Received Oct, 2, 1897. ) 
The Talking String. By Martha M'Culloch Williams. 

(Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 
Exiled to Siberia. By William Murray Graydon. Chaps. 

8-9. (Received Oct. 2,1897.) 



Bacheller Syndicate, 

New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

H. Bennett, 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
T. Austin Dailey. 

Do. 
Evening Post Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Eliza P. Heaton. 

Kansas City Star Company, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
S. S. McClure Co. , New York. 

Do. 

L. T. Meade and Clifford, 

Halifax. 
Pabst Brewing Company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
George Palliser, New York. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
F. E. Pearsall, Chicago. 

Press Pub. Co., New York. 

Do. 
O. F. Roessler. 

Henriette Rousseau. 

Geo. E. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 

John Watson. 

Stanley J. Weyman, London. 

Whaling City Publishing 
Co., New Bedford, Mass. 
F. S. Williams. 

Martha M'Culloch Williams. 

Woolfall Publishing Com- 
pany. 



24 



PERIODICALS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles.) 



Titles. 



ABC Pathfinder and Dial. Sept. 27 to Oct. 3, 1897 

Advance Eeports. Legal Intelligencer. Oct. 1, 1897.... 

Afro- American Beacon-Light. September, 1897 

Albany Law Journal. Sept. 25, 1897 

Amateur Athlete. Sept, 30, 1897 



American Agriculturist. Oct. 2, 1897 

American Architect and Building News. Sept. 25, 1897.. 



Proprietors. 



American Choir. Sept, 30, 1897 

American Ecclesiastical Keview. October, 1897. 

American Field. Oct. 2, 1897 

American Florist. Sept. 25, 1897 



American Home Journal. October, 1897. 
American Jeweler. September, 1897 



American Law Review. September-October, 1897... 
American Medico-Surgical Bulletin. Sept. 25, 1897 
American Monthly Magazine. October. 1897 



American Negligence Reports. September, 1897 

Anthony's Photographic Bulletin. October, 1897 

Appleton's Popular Science Monthly. October, 1897. 



Architecture and Building. Sept. 25, 1897. 
Army and Navy Register. Oct. 2, 1897 



Army and Navy Weekly. Oct. 2, 1897.. 



Art Amateur. October, 1897 

L'Art de la Mode. November, 1897 



Art Interchange. October, 1897.. 
Atlantic Reporter. Vol. 28, No. 4 . 

Ave Maria. Oct. 2, 1 897 

Baptist Union. Oct. 2, 1897 



Bearings. The Cycling Authority of America. Sept. 23, 

1897. 
Bibliotheca Sacra. October, 1897 



Book Buyer. October, 1897. 



New England Railway Pub- 
lishing Company, Boston. 
David Martin, Secretary of 
the State of Pennsylvania. 
Beacon-Light Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Albany Law Journal Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 
Amateur Athlete News Com- 
pany, New York. 
Orange Judd Co., New York. 
American Architect and 
Building News Co., Boston. 
Charles S. Elliot & Co., 

New York. 
American Ecclesiastical Re- 
view Company, New York. 
American Field Publishing- 
Company, New York. 
American Florist Company, 
Chicago. 
W. B. Conkey Co., Chicago. 
Geo. K. Hazlitt&Co., 

Chicago. 
Review Publishing Company, 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Bulletin Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
National Society of the 
Daughters of the American 
Revolution, 

"Washington City. 
Remick & Schilling, 

New York. 
E. & H. T. Anthony & Co., 
New York. 
D. Appleton & Co., 

New York. 
W. T. Comstock, New York. 
L. L. Thompson, 

Washington City. 
Howard, Ainslee & Co., 

New York. 

Montague Marks, New York. 

Morse-Broughton Company, 

New York. 

Art Interchange Company, 

New York. 
West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
D. E. Hudson, 

Notre Dame, Iud. 
Baptist Young People's 
Union, Chicago. 

Bearings Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
Bibliotheca Sacra Company, 

Oberlin, Ohio. 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 

New York. 



25 



PERIODICALS— Contin ued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Bookman. A Literary Journal. October, 1897 Dodd, Mead & Co., New York. 

Boston Sunday Globe. Sept. 26, 1897 ! Globe Newspaper Co. , BostoD. 

Boston Sunday Post. Sept. 26, 1897 j Post Pub. Co. , Boston. 

Bradstreet's. A Journal of Trade, Finance, and Public Bradstreet Company, 

Economy. Oct. 2, 1S97. New York. 

Brickbuilder. September, 1897 : Brickbnilder Pub. Co. , Boston . 

Brooklyn Life. Oct. 2, 1897 Brooklyn Life Publisbing 

Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Carpet and Upholstery Trade Review. Oct. 1, 1897 Review Pub. Co., New York. 

Cassier's Magazine. October, 1897 , Cassier Magazine Company, 

New York. 

Catholic Home Annual. 1898 i Benziger Bros., New York. 

Catholic News. Sept. 29 and Oct. 3, 1897 Catholic News Publishing- 
Company, New York. 

Century Monthly Magazine. October, 1897 ! Centurv Co., New York. 

Chap-Book. Oct. 1, 1897 ' Herberts. Stone & Co., 

Chicago. 

Chautauquan. October, 1897 : Theodore L. Flood, 

Meadville, Pa. 

Chicago Trio. October and November, 1897 Henning Music Co. , Chicago. 

Christian Endeavor Quarterly. Fourth Quarter, 1897. ... David Jennings, 

Oswego, Ivans. 

Christian Herald. Sept. 29, 1897 Louis Klopsch, New York. 

Christognosis. September, 1897 M. B. Van Eps, Chicago. 

Church Economist. Sept. 30, 1897 j Church Economist Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Clothiers' and Haberdashers' Weekly. Oct. 1, 1897 Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 

Collier's Weekly. Sept. 30, 1897 1 Peter Fenelon Collier, 

New York. 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. Oct. 2, 1897 William B. Dana Company, 

New York. 

Quotation Supplement. Oct. 2, 1897 Do. 

Court Record. Sept. 20,1897 E. P. Elliott, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Cycling Gazette. Sept. 30, 1897 Emil Grossman & Bro. , 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Daily Racing Form. Sept. 25 to Oct. 1, 1897 Frank H. Brunell, Chicago. 

Decorative Designer. September, 1897 Decorative Designer Com- 
pany, New York. 

Detective Library. Oct. 1, 1897 Frank Tousey, New York. 

Deutsch-Amerikanisches Kneipp Blatt. Oct. 1, 1897 L. M. Schweizer, New York. 

Diamond Dick, Jr., Weekly. Oct. 2, 1897 Street & Smith, New York. 

Drv Goods Economist. Sept. 25, 1897 '> Textile Pub. Co., New York. 

EasternState Journal. Sept. 25, 1897 ; Charles D. Horton, 

White Plains, N. Y. 

Educational Review. October, 1897 Henry Holt & Co., New York. 

Electrical World. Sept. 25,1897 W. J. Johnston Company, 

New York. 

Elite Style. November, 1897 | Elite Style Co., New York. 

Engineering Magazine. October, 1897 j John R. Dunlap, New York. 

Examiner. Sept. 30, 1897 j Examiner Co., New York. 

Examiner Sunday Magazine. Aug. 22, 1897 ' W. R.Hearst, San Francisco. 

Farm Implement News. Sept. 30, 1897 Farm Implement News Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Farm Machinery. Sept. 28, 1897 Midland Publishing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 

Farmer. Oct. 2,1897 j Orange Judd Co., Chicago. 

Federal Reporter. Vol.81, No. 10 ! West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

4 T E 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Forest and Stream. Oct. 2, 1897 j Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Forum. October, 1897 ' Forum Pub. Co. , New York. 

FourO'clock. October, 1897 ! A. L.Swift & Co., Chicago. 

Frank Reade Library. Oct. 5, 1897 : Frank Tousey, New York. 

Garden and Forest. Sept. 29, 1897 ' Forest and Stream Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Gardening. Oct. 1,1897 Gardening Co., Chicago. 

Golden Days. Oct. 16,1897 James Elverson, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Golden Hours. Oct. 9, 1897 Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

Golden Rule. Sept. 30, 1897 Golden Rule Co., New York. 

Gourick's Washington Digest. July- August, 1897 " David A . Gourick, 

Washington City. 

Great Round World. Sept. 30, 1897 William Beverley Harison , 

New York. 

Grocers' Regulator. Sept, 30, 1897 Reid, Murdoch & Co., 

Chicago, 111, 
Handbuch fur den Amerikanischen Brauer und Miilzer. Ernst Hantke, 

Lieferung. No. 20. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Happy Days. Oct. 16, 1897 ' Frank Tousey, - New York. 

Harper's Bazar. Oct. 2, 1897 Harper & Bros. , New York. 

Harper's Round Table. Sept. 28, 1897 Do. 

Harper's Weekly. Oct. 2,1897 Do. 

Home and Farm. Oct. 1, 1897 Home and Farm Publishing 

Company, Louisville, Ky. 
Home Art. September, 1897 Home Art Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Home Magazine. October, 1897 Commercial Traveler's Home 

Association of America, 

Binghamton, N. Y. 

Home Monthly. October, 1897 Axtell & Orr, Pittsburg, Pa, 

Home Study for Electrical Workers. August and Sep- Colliery Engineer Compauy, 
tember-October, 1897. Scranton, Pa, 

Homiletic Review. October, 1897 Funk & Wagualls Company. 

New York. 
Horseman. Sept. 28, 1897. Chicago Horseman News- 
paper Company, Chicago. 

Household. October, 1897 Household, Boston. 

Illustrated American. Oct. 2, 1897 Lorillard Spencer, New York. 

Illustrated Buffalo Express. Sept. 25 and 26, 1897 ; Geo. E. Matthews & Co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 
Illustrated Electrical Review. Sept. 29, 1897 Electrical Review Publish- 
ing Company, New York. 

Illustrated Police News. Oct. 2,1897 Alden Pub. Co., Boston. 

International Detective. September, 1897 J. C. Grannau, Cincinnati. 

Interstate Commerce Reports. Sept. 8, 1897 ; Lawyers' Co-operative Pub- 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Irrigation Review. September, 1897 Irrigation Publishing Com- 
pany, Denver, Colo. 

Jewelers' Circular. Sept. 29, 1897 ; Jewelers' Circular Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Jewelers' Weekly. Sept. 29, 1897 Trades Weekly Company, 

New York. 

Jewish Comment. Oct. 1,1897 " The Publishers, " 

Baltimore, Md. 
Journal of Cutaneous and Genito-Urinary Diseases. Physicians' Publishing Corn- 
October, 1897. pauy, New York. 

Journal of Practical Metaphysics. October, 1897 Philosophical Publishing 

Company, Boston. 



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Titles. 



Pbopeietobs. 



Journal of the American Medical Association. Sept. American Medical Associa- 
25, 1S97. tion, Chicago. 

Judge. Oct. 9, 1897 Judge Pub. Co., New York. 

Kindergarten Review. October, 1897 Milton Bradley Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Ladies' Home Journal. October, 1897 Curtis Publishing Company, 

Philadelphia. 

Landwirthschaftliche Beilage. Oct. 1, 1897 Westliche Post Association, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Legal Intelligencer. Oct. 1,1897 Edward P. Allinson, 

Philadelphia. 

Leslie's Yfeekly. Sept, 30, 1897 Arkell Weekly Company, 

New York. 

Life. Sept. 30, 1897 Mitchell & Miller, New York. 

McClure's Magazine, October, 1897 ; S. S. McClure Co. , New York. 

MackeyA B C Guide. Oct. 2, 1897 | ABC Guide Co., New York. 

Mayflower. October, 1897 Mayflower Publishing Co. , 

' Floral Park, New York. 

Medford Light, October, 1897 Geo. S. Delano. 

Medical Record. Oct, 2, 1897 William Wood & Co., 

New York. 

Men and Matters. September, 1897 Men and Matters, 

New Orleans. 

Merck's Report, Oct. 1, 1897 Merck & Co., New York. 

Military Gazette. Sept. 25, 1897 > Military Pub. Co. , Chicago. 

Minneapolis Daily Report, Sept. 23-25 and 27-28, 1897.. Chas. Rees, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Monthly Review. October, 1897 Sharp & Alleman Company, 

Philadelphia, 
Municipal Record and Advertiser. Sept. 25, 1897 Columbia Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 

Munsey's Magazine. October, 1897 Frank A. Munsey, New York. 

Musical Age. Sept. 30, 1897 Harry Edward Freund, 

New York. 

Musical Record. Oct. 1, 1897 Oliver Ditson Co. , Boston. 

National Magazine. October, 1897 j W. W. Potter Co., Boston. 

National Nurseryman. October, 1897 National Nurseryman Pub. 

Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

New England Homestead. Oct. 2, 1897 i Orange Judd Company, 

Springfield, Mass. 
New England Master-Build er. Sept. 25, 1897 :... H. H. Lepper, Boston. 

New York Clipper. Oct. 2, 1897 Frank Queen Publishing 

Company, New York. 

New York Education. September, 1897 1 New York Education Com- 
pany, Albany, N. Y. 

New York Family Story Paper. October 16, 1897 Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

New York Herald. Sept. 25 to Oct. 1, 1897 James Gordon Bennett, 

New York. 
New York Journal. Sept. 25 to Oct. 1, 1897 , W. R. Hearst, New York. 

New York Ledger. Oct. 2, 1897 Robert Bonner's Sons, 

New York. 

New York Lumber Trade Journal. Oct. 1, 1897 New York Lumber Trade 

Journal, New York. 

New York Medical Journal. Sept. 25, 1897 D. Appleton & Co. , 

New York. 

New York State Reports and Session Laws. Sept. 18, Banks & Bros, and James B. 

1897. Lyon, Albany, N. Y. 

New York Supplement and State Reporter. Sept. 23, West Publishing Company, 
1897. St. Paul, Minn. 



28 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



New York Times. Sept. 25 to Oct. 1, 1897 New York Times Company, 

New York. 

New York Times Weekly. Oct. 2, 1897 Do. 

New York Weekly. Oct. 16, 1897 Street & Smith, New York. 

New Yorker Abendblatt. Sept. 25, 27 to Oct. 1, 1897.... New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 

New York. 

New Yorker Sonntagsblatt, Sept. 26, 1897 Do. 

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung. Sept. 25 to Oct. 1, 1897.... Do. 

New Yorker Wocheublatt. Sept. 25, 1897 Do. 

Nick Carter New Weekly. Oct. 2, 1897 Street & Smith, New York. 

North American Eeview. October, 1897 North American Review Pub- 
lishing Co. , New York. 

Northeastern Reporter. Vol. 47, No. 16 West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Northwestern Rexjorter. Vol. 72, No. 8 Do. 

Occult Science Library. September, 1897 Ernest Loomis, Chicago. 

Ohio Nisi Prius and General Term Reports. Sept. 27, Carl G. Jahn, 

1897. Columbus, Ohio. 

Old Cap. Colliery Library. Oct. 9, 1897 Norman L. Munro, 

New York. 

Old Log Cabin. Sept. 29, 1897 Street & Smith, New York. 

Our Productions. Sept. 25, 1897 American Publishing and 

Engraving Co., New York. 

Outlook. Sept. 18 and Oct, 2, 1897 Outlook Co., New York. 

Owl. October, 1897 Owl Pub. Co., New York. 

Pacific Reporter. Vol. 49, No. 13 West Publishing Company, 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Peoples' Home Journal. October, 1897 F. M. Lupton, New York. 

People's Railway Guide. October 1, 1897 C. S. Pease, Albany, N. Y. 

Philadelphia Inquirer. Sept. 25 to Oct. 1,1897 Philadelphia Inquirer Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 

Philistine. October, 1897 Elbert Hubbard, 

East Aurora, N. Y. 
Photographic Times. October, 1897 Photographic Times Publish- 
ing Association, New York. 

Pigeon Flying. October, 1897 Chas. H. Jones, Philadelphia. 

Pilgrim of Our Lady of Martyrs. October, 1897 Apostleship of Prayer, 

New York. 

Pittsburg Daily News. Sept. 25 to Oct, 1, 1897 Pittsburg Daily News, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Pittsburg Times. Sept. 25 to Oct. 1, 1897 Pittsburg Times, 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Planets and People. October, 1897 F. E. Ormsby, Chicago. 

Popular Science. Ociober, 1897 Lillard & Co., New York. 

Puck. Oct. 6, 1897 1 Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York. 

Railway Magazine. August, 1897 Railway Magazine Company, 

New York. 

Record of Christian Work. October, 1897 Fleming H. Revell Company, 

New York. 

Red, White, and Blue Weekly. Oct, 2, 1897 ' Street & Smith, New York. 

Rider and Driver. Oct. 2, 1897 Rider and Driver Publishing 

Company, New York. 

Russell's Convention Dates. Sept. 25, 1897 Hamilton Russell, 

Newark, N. J. 

St. Louis Homestead. Sept. 23, 1897 W. T. Tucker, St. Louis, Mo. 

St. Nicholas. October, 1897 Century Co., New York. 

Sartorial Art Journal. September, 1897 Jno. J. Mitchell Company, 

New York. 

Saturday Night, Oct. 23, 1897 James Elverson, 

Philadelphia. 



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Titles. 



Proprietors. 



School News. October, 1897 

Scientific American. Oct. 2. 1897 

Self Culture. October, 1S97 

Sendbote. October, 1897 

Shipping and Commercial List. Oct. 2, 1897 

Southeastern Reporter. Vol. 27, Nos. 22, 23...., 

Southern Reporter. Vol. 22, Nos. 16, 17 

Southwestern Reporter. Vol. 41, No. 13 

Standard. Oct. 9, 1897 

Standard Designer. November, 1897 

Storms and Signs. October, 1897 

Student's Journal. October, 1897 

Sun. Sept, 25 to Oct, 1, 1897 

Sunday School Times. Oct, 2, 1897 

Superintendent and Foreman. Sept. 28, 1897 

Table Talk. October, 1897 

Tip Top Weekly. Oct. 2, 1897 

Tobacco. Sept. 24, 1897 

Toilettes. 1897 

Town Talk. Oct. 2, 1897 

Town Topics. Sept. 30, 1897 

Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers. August-September, 1897. 

Viavi Cause. Sept. 25, 1897 

Vogue. Sept. 30, 1897 

Werner's Magazine. October, 1897 

Western Electrician. Sept. 25, 1897 

Western Field and Stream. September, 1897 

Wool Record. Sept. 28, 1897 

World. Sept. 25 to Oct. 1, 1897 

World Sunday Weekly. Sept. 26, 1897 

World's Sunday Magazine. Sept. 26, 1897 

Woman's World. Sept. 26, 1897 

Young America. October, 1897 

Young People's Weekly. Oct. 3 and 10, 1897 

Youth's Companion. Sept. 30, 1897 



C. M. Parker, 

Taylorville, 111 
Munn & Co. , New York 

Werner Company, Chicago 
Sendbote, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Shipping and Commercial 
List, New York. 

West Publishing Company, 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Do. 
Do. 
Standard Press, New York. 
Standard Fashion Company, 
New York. 
C. Coles, Kingston, Pa. 

Andrew J. Graham & Co., 

New York. 
Sun Printing and Publishing- 
Association, New York. 
John D. Wattles & Co., 

Philadelphia. 
Joseph Van Ness, Boston. 
Table Talk Publishing Com- 
pany, Philadelphia. 
Street & Smith, New York. 
T. H. Delano Publishing- 
Company, New York. 
Toilettes Publishing Com- 
pany, New York. 
Burke & Beyer, 

Newark, N. J. 
Town Topics Publishing 
Company, New York. 

American Institute of Elec- 
trical Engineers, 

New York. 
H. & H. E. Law, 

San Francisco. 
Fashion Company, 

New York. 
Edgar S. Werner, New York. 
Electrician Publishing Com- 
pany, Chicago. 
John P. Burkhard, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Wool Record Publishing 
Company, New York. 

Press Publishing Company, 
New York. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Mrs. W. S. Pearce Shute, 

New York. 

David C. Cook Publishing 

Company, Elgin, 111. 

Perry Mason & Co., Boston. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 

(Arranged alphabetically by titles, followed by an index of proprietors.) 



Titles. 



Abendfeier. Gedicht von J. V. v. Scheffel fiir eine Sings- 
timirie und Frauenchor mit Pianoforte. Begleitung 
(orgel oder Harmonium ad libitum) von Alexander 
Winterberger. Op. 124. Klavier-Auszug, Chors- 
timme. Gebriider Hug & Co., in Leipzig and Zurich. 



(Received Sept. 27, li 



17.) 

Parting. 



See Leichte charac- 



Abschied (Der . No. 9. 

teristische etudeu. 
Adajio. See Favorites for Violin and Piano. 
Ah, Baby Nell. Words by John W. Hickman. 



Music 
Kansas 



Carl Hoffman. 

1897.) 

Par Andre Gresse. Op. 

(Received Oct. 1,1897.) 

Par A. Lavignac. A. 



by Theo. Frain. Op. 78. 

City, Mo. (Received Oct. 1. 
Air de Ballet. Pour Piano. 

23. Paris : Alphonse Leduc. 
Alger Piece. Pour le Piano. 

Duraud & Fils, Paris. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 
Alpha Club Waltz. [Piano.] Composed by Miss Grace 

Robertson. Will Rossiter, New York and Chicago. 

(Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Although You Bear Another's Name. A pathetic ballad. 

Words aud music by Felix McGlennon. S. Brainard's 

Sons Company, Chicago (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 
Alvietta Waltz. [Piano.] Composed by Harry H. 

Mincer. Will Rossiter, New York and Chicago. 

(Received Oct. 1, 1897. ) 
Am Kamin. No. 6. By the Fire. See Musikalische 

bilder. 
Amaranthus. J. F. Gilder. Arranged by G. Purely. 

Orchestra. Carl Fischer, New York. (Received Oct. 

1, 1897.) 
America is Good Enough for Me. Song and chorus. 

Words and music by J, L. B. Jones. Clarksburg, 

W.Va.: Chas. F. Thompson. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 
American's (The) Farewell. Quartette. Words and 

music by Geo. M. Vickers. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 30, 

1897.) 
And werel a Prince Egyptian. See Lyrics. 
Arcade (The) March and Two-step. Harry Hart. 

[Piano. | Ypsilanti Music Publishing Company, 

Ypsilanti, Mich. ( Received Oct. 2, 1897. ) 
Arietta. Arietta. See Jujenfreuden. 
As in Waves Without Number. See Lyrics. 
Ask Your Heart the Question. Song and chorus. By 

Gilbert and Dustin. Thiebes-Stierlin Music Company, 

St. Louis. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Associated (The) Twenty. Waltzes. [Piano.] Com- 
posed by C. E. Vandersloot. Fisk, Kirmni & Co., 
Williamsport, Pa. (Received Sept. 29, 1897. ) 

At the Fair. No. 3. See Children's Delight. 

Aufforderung zum Tanz. (Invitation a la Valse.) 
Akademische Neuausgabe von Heinrich Germer. C. 
M. von Weber. Op. <!5. Henry Litolff's Verlag in 
Braunschweig. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Ave Maria (Ernst). English Version. By Dr. Th. Baker. 
Victor E. Nessler. [Chorus for men's voices.] New 
York: G. Schirmer. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Baby (The) in the Basket. [Vocal.] Words by Harry 
M. Wheeler. Music by Arthur Gillespie. S. Brain- 
ard's Sons Company, Chicago. Received Sept. 27, 1 897. 



Proprietoks. 



Gebriider Hug & Co., 

Leipzig. 



Carl Hoffman, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 

A. Durand & Fils, Paris. 

Will Rossiter, 

New York and Chicago. 

S. Brainard's Sons Com- 
pany, Chicago. 

Will Rossiter, 

New York and Chicago. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 

Rev. J. L. B. Jones. 



Geo. M. Vickers, 

Philadelphia. 



Edward Gareissen. 



Thiebes-Stierlin Music Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 

Fisk, Kirmm & Co., 

Williamsport, Pa. 



Henry Litolfl's Verlag in 
Braunschweig. 



G. Schirmer, New York. 



S. Brainard's Sons Company, 
Chicago. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 

Titles. Proprietors. 



No. 3. Game of Ball. See Musik- 



Ballade No. 11. Ballad. See Leiehte Characteristisclie 
Etuden. 

BallspieleD (Das). 
alische bilder. 

Barcarole. No. 4. See Six Little Pieces. 

Bauerntanz. No. 8. A Country Dance. See Musikal- 
isclie bilder. 

Because We Love Him So. Words and music by Josie 
F.Abbott, Baltimore: Geo. Willig & Co. (Received 
Sept. 30, 1897. ) 

Before the Ball. Song and chorus. By C. A. Larsen. 
[n. L] ( Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Begone, Carking Care. Song. No. 2 in C minor. Words 
translated from the French of Charles, Duke of Or- 
leans (fifteenth century). By Longfellow. The music 
by Samuel Liddle. Boosey & Co., London. W. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 30, 1897.) 

Belle of Columbia. (March.) Banjo and piano. Ruby 
Brooks. Brooks & Denton Company, New York. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Belle of the Ball Waltz. By W. R. Williams. Arranged 
by Warren Beebe. Will Rossiter, New York and Chi- 
cago. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Ben Bolt. For mandolin or violin. Kneass. National 
Music Company, New York and Chicago. ( Received 
Sept. 27, 1 897. 1 

Ben Harney's Rag Time Instructor. Sol. Bloom, Chi- 
cago. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Bennett (William Sterndale). Selected Pieces for Piano- 
forte. Vol. 1. Schirmer's Library. Vol. 400. New 
York: G. Schirmer. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Bennett (William Sterndale). Selected Pieces for Piano- 
forte. Vol.2. Schirmer's Library. Vol.401. New 
York : G. Schirmer. ( Received Sept, 30, 1897.) 

Berceuse. No. 6. See Six Little Pieces. 

Bondalina March. Two-step. [Piano.] By Harry J. 
Raymore. Fisk, Achenbach & Co., Williamsport, Pa. 
(Received Sept, 27, 1897.) 

Breeze (The) and the Violet. (Katrina and chorus.) No. 
17. J. A. C. "The Flying Dutchman." Boston: 
H. B. Stevens Company. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Cabinet (Le) Piperlin. Operette-bouffe en trois Actes de 
Hippolyte Raymond and Paul Burain musique iuedite 
de Herre' completee par Gardel-Herre Fils. Paris : 
Paul Dupont. ( Received Oct. 1, 1897. ) 

Call Me Back Schottische. Mandolin or violin. Arthur 
W. Fisher. National Music Company, New York and 
Chicago. (Received Sept. 27, 1897. ) 



Camp Framingham March. [Piano.] Herman Babson. 
Miles & Thompson, Boston. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Canticles (The). Secoud Set, as pointed for chanting in 
the Cathedral Psalter. Set to single and double chants. 
Edited by Sir John Stainer. Double chant in F. No. 

50. By W. Alcock. London and New York : Novello, 
Ewer & Co. (Received Sept, 27, 1897.) 

Canticles (The). Second Set, as pointed for chanting in 
the Cathedral Psalter. Set to single and double chants. 
Edited by Sir John Stainer. Double chant in C. No. 

51. By J. V. Roberts. London and New York : No- 
vello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 



Geo. Willig & Co., Baltimore. 

C. A. Larsen. 

Boosey & Co., London, W. 

Brooks & Seixas, New York. 

Will Rossiter, 

New York and Chicago. 

National Music Company, 
New York and Chicago. 

Sol. Bloom, Chicago. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 

Do. 



Fisk, Achenbach & Co , 

Williamsport, Pa. 

H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 



Paul Dupont, 



Paiis. 



National Music Company, 
New York and Chicago. 



Miles & Thompson, Boston. 

Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 



Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Canticles (The). Second Set, as pointed for chanting in 
the Cathedral Psalter. Set to single and double chants 
by Sir John Stainer. Double chant in A. No. 68. 
Bv J. Barnby. London and New York : Novello, 
Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Canticles (The). Second Set, as pointed for chanting in 
the Cathedral Psalter. Set to single and double chants. 
Edited by Sir John Stainer. Double chant in F. No. 
69. By J. V. Roberts. London and New York : No- 
vello, Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Capriccio. No. 5. See Six Little Pieces. 

Caprice. "Alpha." B.O.J. No. 83. J.F.Welch. 
[Orchestra.] Elias Howe Gompany, Boston. (Received 
Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Caprice. "Alpha." J. F. Welch. [Orchestra and 
Piano.] Elias Howe Company, Boston. (Received 
Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Carnival Sketches. 1 — Sleep, Dollie, Sleep. [Piano.] 
Karl Bechter. Boston : H. B. Stevens Company. 
(Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Carnival Sketches. 2 — Sweet Bess Gavotte. [Piano.] 
Karl Bechter. Boston : H. B. Stevens Company. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Carnival Sketches. 3 — Nightingale Waltz. [Piano.] 
Karl Bechter. Boston : H. B. Stevens Company. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Carnival Sketches. 4— Jolly Darkies. [Piano.] Karl 
Bechter. Boston: H. B. Stevens Company. (Received 
Sept. 30, 1897.) 

5 — Hunters' Song. [Piano] Karl 
: H. B. Stevens Company. (Received 



Carnival Sketches. 
Bechter. Boston 
Sept. 30, 1897. ) 

Carnival Sketches 



6— The Babbling Brook. [Piano.] 
Karl Bechter. Boston : H. B. Stevens Company. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Carnival Sketches. 7 — Sunday Morning. [Piano.] 
Karl Bechter. Boston : H. B. Stevens Company. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Carnival Sketches. 8— Tarantella. [Piano.] Karl 
Bechter. Boston : H. B. Stevens Company. (Received 
Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Carnival Sketches. 9 — The Drummer Boy's March. 
[Piano.] Karl Bechter. Boston : H. B. Stevens Com- 
pany. (Received Sept. 30,1897.) 

Carnival Sketches. 10— Bicycle Galop. [Piano.] Karl 
Bechter. Boston: H. B. Stevens Company. (Received 
Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Cecelia. A collection of pieces for reed or pipe organs. 
Vol. 4, No. 1. Whole No. 19. July, 1897. Wm. E. 
Ashmall & Co., Arlington, N. J. (Received Sept. 27, 
1897.) 

Cecilia. A collection of pieces for reed or pipe organs. 
Vol. 4, No. 2. Whole No. 20. August, 1897. Wm. E. 
Ashmall & Co. , Arlington, N. J. (Received Sept. 27, 
1897.) 

[Piano.] Von A. Reindel. Breslau: 
I Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Words and music by Robt. W. 
Gilchrist. Robt. W. Gilchrist. Chicago. (Received 
Oct. 1, 1897.) 



Charlotten Marsch. 
Julius Hainauer. 

Cheer Up, Mother. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



Do. 



Elias Howe Company, 



Boston. 



Do. 



H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 

Do. 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Wm. E. Ashmall & Co. 

Do. 



Julius Hainauer, 

Breslau, Germany. 

Robt. W. Gilchrist, Chicago. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Children's Delight. Pieces for young players. Composed 
by Charles Dennee. Op. 27. First s;rade. No. 1 — Sons; 
of the Mill. [Piano.] Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston^ 
Leipzig, and New York. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Children's Delight. Pieces for young players. Composed 
by Charles Dennee. Op. 27. First grade. No. 2 — 
Echoes of the Past. (Gavotte.) [Piano.] Arthur P. 
Schmidt, Boston, Leipzig, and New York. ( Received 
Sept, 29, 1897.) 

Children's Delight. Pieces for young players. Composed 
by Charles Dennee. Op. 27. First grade. No. 3 — At 
the Fair. [Piano.] Arthur P. Schmidt. Boston, 
Leipzig, and New York. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Children"s Delight. Pieces for young players. Composed 
by Charles Dennee. Op. 27. First grade. No. 4 — 
Twilight Reveries. [Piano.] Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston, Leipzig, and New York. (Received Sept. 29, 
1897.) 

Children's Delight. Pieces for young players. Composed 
by Charles Dennee. Op. 27. First grade. No. 5 — The 
Jolly Little Peasant. (Waltz.) [Piano.] Arthur P. 
Schmidt, Boston, Leipzig, and New York. (Received 
Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Children's Delight. Pieces for young players. Composed 
by Charles Dennee. Op. 27. First grade. No. 6 — The 
Hobbyhorse Ride. [Piano.] Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston, Leipzig, and New York. (Received Sept. 29. 

1897.) 

Children's Delight. Pieces for young players. Composed 
by Charles Dennee. Op. 27. First grade. No. 7 — 
Funeral March of a Toy Soldier. [Piano.] Arthur P. 
Schmidt, Boston, Leipzig, and New York. (Received 
Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Children's Delight. Pieces for young players. Com- 
posed by Charles Dennee. Op. 27. First grade. No. 
8 — Cradle Song. [Piano.] Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton, Leipzig, and New York. (Received Sept. 29, 

1897.) 

Chinese Serenade. Chas. Puerner. Orchestra. Carl 
Fischer, New York. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Chopin (Frederic). Polish Songs, with German and 
English Words. Soprano or tenor. Schirmer's Li- 
brary. Vol. 249. New York : G. Schirmer. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 30, 1897. ) 

Cinderella's Dream. (Song or duet. ) Written and com- 
posed by Harry Pride. London : Francis, Day & 
Hunter. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Cleveland Exposition March. (Two-step) [Piano.] By 
J. Bernstein. B. & S. Publishing Company, Cleve- 
land. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Cluster (A) of Peaches. Medley overture. 216. F.Beyer. 
[Orchestra and piano.] Standard Music Company 
[Grasmuk & Schott], New York. (Received Oct. 2, 
1897. ) 

Come Unto These Yellow Sands. Words by Shakespeare. 
Music by Mrs. H. H. A. Beach. Op. 39, No. 2. (Women's 
voices.) No. Ifi6. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston and 
New York. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

5 T E 



Proprietors. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 

G. Schirmer, New York. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

B. & S. Publishing Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Grasmuk & Schott Standard 
Music Company, New York. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston and New York. 



34 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Propbietoes. 



Concert (The) Violinist. Choice collection for violin 

and piano. Second concerto. Ch. de Beriot, Op. 32. 

C. Fischer's Edition. Carl Fischer, New York. (Re- 

ceived Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Concerto Second. See The Concert Violinist. 
Conqueror's (The) March. By Richard Goerdeler. 

[Piano.] Boston: H. B. Stevens Company. (Received 

Sept, 30, 1897. ) 
Consolation Waltzes. J. C. Heed. Orchestra, Carl 

Fischer, New York. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Contrite (The) Heart, (Sacred. ) R. S. Ambrose. Ar- 
ranged by Frank Lynes. (Women's voices.) No. 147. 

Arthur P. Schmidt. Boston, Leipzig, and New York. 

(Received Oct. 2, 1897. ) 
Coonville (The) Band. March song. Words and music 

by J. W Wheeler. Bates & Bendix, Boston. (Received 

Sept. 29, 1897.) 
Cradle Song. No. 8. See Children's Delight, 
Cradle Song. Words by Thomas Bailey Aldrich. Music 

by Rossetter Gr. Cole. (Issued in book 89 of Novello's 

school songs. ) London and New York : Novello, 

Ewer & Co. (Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 
Crossing the Bridge with Jennie. A descriptive waltz. 

Song and chorus. Words and music by Harry S. 

Miller. National Music Company, New York and 

Chicago. ( Received Sept. 27, 1897. ) 
Crystal Steam. No. 25. W. B. S., W. B. Stevens. [Vocal.] 

[n. i.] (Received Oct, 2, 1897.) 
Daffodil Waltz. For the guitar. 

Boston : Oliver Ditson Company. 

1897.) 
Dainty Nellie Brady. Waltz song. 

tin. Music by J. Martin. C. Schuster & Son, New 

York. (Received Sept. 29, 1897. ) 
Daisy (The). (La Marguerite.) Mezzo-Sop. or Bar. in 

C. English words by Philip Woolf, M. D., Leon 

Jehin. Boston: H. B. Stevens Company. (Received 

Sept. 30, 1897.) 
Daisy (The). (La Marguerite.) Sop. or ten. in E flat. 

English words by Philip Woolf, M. D. Leon Jehin. 

Boston : H. B. Stevens Company. (Received Sept. 30, 

1897.) 
Diimmerstunde (Die). No. 12. In the Twilight. See 

Leichte characteristische etuden. 
Dear Love When in Thine Arms. See Lyrics. 
Delayed (The) Letter. 1. See the Postscript Series. 
Deyo Waltzes. [Piano.] Composed by Louie Mau- 
rice. Will Rossiter, New York and Chicago. (Re- 
ceived Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Dip Me in the Golden Foam. Words and music by John 

T. Beattie. Louis Haas, Philadelphia. (Received 

Oct. 2, 1897.) 
Do Not Forget She's My Darling. Song and refrain. 

Words and music by Arthur Diehl. M. H. Tower, 

New York. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Don't Linger Round. Written and composed by George 

Stevens. London : Francis. Day & Hunter. (Received 

Oct. 2, 1897.) 
Don't Say Good Bye Forever. Words and music by 

Gilmore and Leonard. Jos. W. Stern & Co., New 

York. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 



By Annie Moore. 
(Received Sept. 27, 

Words by J. Mar- 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



Bates & Bendix, 

Boston. Mass. 



Novello, Ewer & Co. , 

London and New York. 



National Music Company, 
New York and Chicago. 



W. B. Stevens. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

J. and R. Martin. 



H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 



Do. 



Will Rossiter, 

New York and Chicago. 

John T. Beattie, German- 
town, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Arthur Diehl. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

Jos. W. Stern & Co., 

New York. 



35 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Pkopkietors. 



Dorothy Two-step. [Piano.] By Adelaide Johnson. 
Toronto : Anglo-Canadian Music Publishers' Associa- 
tion, Ltd. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Douglas Club Two-step. Mandolin or violin. Geo. 
Schleiffarth. National Music Company, New York 
and Chicago. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Easiest (10) Pieces for Pianoforte. By Job. Seb. Bach. 
Carefully edited, revised, and fingered by Carl Faelten. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. (Received Sept. 29, 1897. ) 

Echo. Echo. See Erziihlungen rind Marchen. 

Echoes of the Past. (Gavotte.) No. 2. See Children's 
Delight. 

Ecoutez la Chauson bien douce. 3. See Trois Melodies. 

Eine lustije gesehichte. No. 4. A Merry Story. See 
Musikalische bild er. 

Elementary Exercises. (36-8 Measure Vocalizes. ) By 
Fred Sieber. Op. 94. Alto. Boston: H.B.Stevens 
Company. (Received Sept. 30, 1897. ) 

Elementary Exercises. (36-8 Measure Vocalizes.) By 
Fred Sieber. Op. 93. Mezzo-soprano. Boston : 
H. B. Ste\ ens Company. ( Received Sept. 30, 1 897. ) 

Elementary Exercises. (36-8 Measure Vocalizes.) By 
Fred Sieber. Op. 92. Soprano. Boston : H. B. 
Stevens Company. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Elfen (Die). The Elves. See Jujenfreuden. 

Elflnwilde Waltz. [Piano.] Composed by N. Belle 
Richey. Pittsburg, Pa. : Pittsburg Music Publishing 
Company. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Ernestine Wegner Waltz. By Waldmann. Arranged 
by R. Lux. Guitar-zither. No. 2-J-. E. Saenger, New 
York. (Received Sept. 29, 1897. ) " 

Erziihlungen und viarchen. Frir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 1. Echo. Echo. Kopen- 
hagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Received Sept. 
29,1897.) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fur Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 2. Faschingsscherz. A Car- 
nival Jest. Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Han- 
sen. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 1. Die Guitarrenspieler, the 
guitar player. Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm 
Hansen. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte, Op. 96. Heft 1. In der Miihle. At the 
Mill. Kopenhagen and Leipzig: Wilhelm Hansen. 
(Received Sept. 29, 1897. ) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 1. Jagerlied. Hunting song. 
Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 1. Schneeflocken. Snowflakes. 
Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 2. Schmetterlingsjagd. But- 
terfly Hunt. Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm 
Hansen. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 



Anglo-Canadian Music Pub- 
lishers' Association, Ltd., 
Toronto, Canada. 
National Musi,c Company, 
New York and Chicago. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. 



H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 

Do. 



Do. 

Joseph T. Richey. 

E. Saenger, New York. 



Wilhelm Hansen, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



36 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Proprietors. 



Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 2. Die Schneekonigiu. The 
Snow Queen. Kopenhageu and Leipzig : Wilhelm 
Hansen. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96 Heft 2. Die Sibylle. The Sibyl. 
Kopenhageu and Leipzig: Wilhelm Hansen. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 1. Sicilianisch. Sicilian. 
Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Received 
Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 1. Der Verlassene. Forsaken. 
Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Received 
Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 1. Vogelgezwitscher. Twit- 
tering of the Birds. Kopenhagen and Leipzig. Wil- 
helm Hansen. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig 
Schytte. Op. 96. Heft 2. Die Tanzerin. The Dancing 
Girl. Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. 
( Received Sept. 29, 1 897. ) 

Etude en Octaves. Pour Piano. Par G. Falkenberjj. Op. 
20. Paris : Alphonse Leduc. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Enridici. Valse Brilliant. For Piano. By Mrs. C. A. 
Boyle. Chicago : Clavton F. Sammy Company. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 27, 1897. ) 

Fair (The) March. [Piano.] By Chas. Singer. Philip 
Kussel, Cincinnati, Ohio. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Faugen Spielen. No. 1. Tag. See Musikalische Bilder. 

Fantasia, from Carmen. [Orchestra and piano. J Bizet. 
Arranged by Geo. L. Tracy. Oliver Ditson Company, 
Boston. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Farewell, Fair Harvard. Finale act 2. No. 13. J. A. C. 
"The Flying Dutchman." Boston: H. B. Stevens 
Company. (Received Sept. 30, 1897. ) 

Farewell, Regions of Gold. (Loved Ones Waiting for 
Me.) Words and music by Harry Dacre. Jos. W. 
Stern & Co., New York. (Received Sept. 28, 1897.) 

Faschingsscherz. A Carnival Jest. See Erzahlungen 
und Marchen. 

Favorites for Violin and Piano. "Adaigio." Franz 
Ries. Op. 34. No. 3. C. Fischer's Edition. Carl 
Fischer, New York. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Favorites for Violin and Piano. "Introduction and 
Gavotte." Franz Ries. Op. 26. No. 5. C. Fischer's 
Edition. Carl Fischer, New York. (Received Oct. 1, 
1897.) 

Favorites for Violin and Piano. Mira O. Norma. M. 
Hauser-Saenger. C. Fischer's Edition. Carl Fischer, 
New York. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Favorites for Violin and Piano. " Perpetuum Mobile." 
Franz Ries. Op. 34. No. 5. C. Fischer's Edition. 
Carl Fischer, New York. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Favorites for Violin and Piano. Romance (Albumleaf). 
Rich. Wagner. Transcription by August Wilhelmj. 
C. Fischer's Edition. Carl Fischer, New York. (Re- 
ceived Oct. 1, 1897.) 



Wilhelm Hansen, 

Leipzig, Germany. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 

Clayton F. Summy Company, 
Chicago. 

Philip Kussel, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Oliver Ditson Company, 

Boston. 

H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 

Frank Dean & Co. 



Carl Fischer, New York. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



37 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Peopbietoks. 



Ferns of the Forest. Reverie. By Amanda Kennedy. 
[Piano.] Evans Music Company, Boston, Mass. (Re- 
ceived Oct, 2, 1897.) 

Fishing ( A ) Song. Words by M. E. S. Music by Rosset- 
ter G. Cole. (Issued in Book 89 of Novello's School 
Songs.) London and New York : Novello, Ewer & Co. 
(Received Sept. 16, 1897.) 

Flambeau (Le) Vivant. Poesie de ch. Baudelaire. 
Musique de Xavier Leroux. No. 1 (en Si flat), pour 
Voix Graves. Paris: Alphonse Leduc. (Received 
Oct. 1, 1897.) 

Flambeau (Le) Vivant. Poesie de Ch. Baudelaire. 
Musique de Xavier Leroux. No. 2. (En Ut.) Pour 
voix elevees. Paris : Alphonse Leduc. (Received 
Oct. 1,1897.) 

Flower Land. Composed by Guy d'Hardelot. [Vocal.] 
London : E. Ascherberg & Co. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Fl fielding (Der). The Fugitive. See Jugenfreuden. 

Flutter at Will, My Heart. Duet. (Burgomaster and 
Mrs. Floppe.) No. 16. J. A. C. "The Flying 
Dutchman." Boston: H. B. Stevens Company. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 30, 1897.) 

Fond Heart, Dear Heart. Words and music by Albert 
E. Kirst. L. Gruenwald Company. Ltd. , New Orleans, 
La, ( Received Oct. 2, 1897. ) 

Footlight Favorites. Lancers. F. Banta. Arranged 
by Francis Vernon. Orchestra. Carl Fischer. New 
York. ( Received Oct. 1 , 1897. ) 

Forest (The) Spring. (Waldeslied.) Song, with piano 
and violin obligato. English version by Frederick W. 
Bancroft. Hermann Spielter. Op. 41. No. 2. 
Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston. (Received Sept. 29, 1897. ) 

Friedrich Rothbart. (Gedicht von Emanuel Geibel. ) 
Fur einstimmigen Mannerchor. Mit vierstimmigem 
Schluss, und Orchester oder Pianoforte. Komponirt 
von C. Altenhofer. Op. 91. Stimmen (Tenor, Bass). 
Gebrfider Hug & Co., in Leipzig and Zurich. (Re- 
ceived Sept, 27, 1897.) 

Funeral Song of a Toy Soldier. See Children's De- 
light. 

Gala Day. March and two-step. [Piano.] By Luther 
H. Sykes. New York. M. Witmark & Sons,' Chicago. 
(Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Gavotte. For the piano. By F. J. Zeisberg. John Church 
Company, Cincinnati. (Received Sept. 30, 1897 ) 

Gavotte. No. 3. See Six Little Pieces. 

Gay (The) Cavaliers. March and two-step. For piano. 
By S. Frost. White-Smith Music Publishing Company, 
Boston. (Received Sept, 29, 1897.) 

Gazelle (La). Dance Characteristic. [Piano.] Theo. 
Bendix. New York : M. Witmark & Sons, Chicago. 
(Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Gemischte Chore. Von Carl Julius Schmidt. Op. 24, \ Fr. Kistner, 
No. 1. Liebesgfilck. Strofe 1 and 2. Von A. Naf. 
Strofe 3. Von A. Biedermann. Leipzig : Fr. Kistner. 
(Received Sept, 29, 1897.) 



Evans Music Company, 

Boston. 

Novello, Ewer & Co., 

Loudon and New York. 



Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 



Do. 



E. Ascherberg & Co., 

London. 

H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 



L. Gruenwald C o m p a n y, 
Ltd., New Orleans. 

Carl Fischer, New York. 



Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston, Mass. 

Gebrfider Hug & Co., 

Leipzig, Germany. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. 



White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 

M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 



Leipzig 



Gemischte Chore. Von Carl Julius Schmidt. Op. 24, 
No. 2. Waldesnacht. (Von P. Heyse.) Leipzig: Fr. 
Kistner. (Received Sept, 29, 1897.) 



Do. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Pkopkietoks. 



Gernischte Chore. Von Carl Julius Schmidt. Op. 24, 

No. 3. Hoch oben au den Fliihen. (Von Fr. Oser.) 

Leipzig: Fr. Kistner. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 
Gemot. Oper in drei Ausziigen. Dichtung von Gustav 

Kastropp. Musik von Eugen d' Albert. Vorspiel zuni 

zweiten Aufzug. Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 27, 1897.) 
Glen Iris Waltz. For 2 mandolins and guitar. By 

Herbert D. Zublin and Corvdou D. Smith. Zubliu & 

Smith. Chicago, 111. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Go and Wait, No. 3. W. B. S. W.B.Stevens. [Vocal.] 

[n. i.] (Received Oct. 2, 1897. 1 
Golden (Das) Mainzam Rhein. (The Golden Mayence 

on the Rhein.) By Waldmann. Arranged by R. 

Lux. Guitar-Zither No. 0. E. Saenger, New York. 

(Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 
Golondrina (La). For mandolin or violin. Heckle. 

National Music Company, New York and Chicago. 

(Received Sept, 27, 1897.) 
Governor's Guard March. Mandolin or violin. R. J. 

Hamilton. National Music Company, New York and 

Chicago. ( Received Sept. 27, 1 897. ) 
Grand (Un) Sommeil Noir. 2. See Trois Melodies. 
Great (The) Duel. March. [Piano.] By Cesare Tor- 

siello. New York : Myll Brothers. (Received Sept. 

30, 1897.) 
Gridiron (The). March and two-step. [Piano.] Bv 

H. C. Bakemann. Washington, D. C. : E. F. Droop & 

Sons. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 
Gruenwald(The). Two-step. AddieHornback. [Piano.] 

[n. L] (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 
Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah. No. 280. Choir 

Journal. [Vocal.] E. L. Cranmer. Wm. E. Ashmall 

& Co., Arlington, N. J. (Received Sept. 27, 1897. ) 
Guitarrenspieler (Die). The Guitar Player. See 

Erzahlungen und Marchen. 
Harfenspieler (Der). No. 8. The Harp Player. See 

Leichte characteristische etuden. 
He Leadeth Me. Quartette with sop. obligate (without 

accompaniment). Arranged by N. H. Allen. [Sacred 

Series.] Boston: H. B. Stevens Company. (Received 

Sept. 30, 1897. ) 
Hearken Unto the Voice of My Cry. [Vocal.] N. H. 

Allen. [Sacred Series.] Boston: H B. Stevens Com- 

pauy. (Received Sept. 30, 1897. ) 
Heart Aches. Song for mandolin or violin. H. W. 

Petrie. National Music Company, New York and 

Chicago. (Received Sept. 27, 1897. ) 
Hedge -Roses. (Haiden-Roslein.) F. Schubert. Ar- 
ranged by P. A. Schnecker. (Women's voices.) No. 

155. Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston and New York. 

(Received Oct. 1, 1897. ) 
Heigho. Duet. Words and music by J. Spawforth. 

Boosey&Co., London, W. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 
Heiliger Abend. Weihnachtslied. Mit Pianoforte, 

oder Harmouium-Begleitung. Von August Doring. 

Leipzig: Curt Staeglich. (Received Oct. 2, 1897. ) 
Henentanz. Witches dance. See Jugenfreuden. 

He's My Boy, or a Mother's Last Good-By. [Vocal.] 
Words and music by Geo. W. Gale. S. Brainard's 
Sous Company, Chicago. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 



Titles. 



Fr. Kistner, Leipzig 

Breitkopf & Hiirtel, Leipzig. 

Smith & Zublin, Chicago, 111. 

W. B. Stevens. 

E. Saenger, New York. 



National Music Company, 
New York and Chicago. 

Do. 



Myll Brothers, New York. 



E. F. Droop & Sons, 

Washington, D. C. 

American Musical Associa- 
tion, Chicago. 
Wm. E. Ashmall & Co., 

Arlington, N. J. 



H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 



Do. 



National Music Company, 
New York and Chicago. 

Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston and New York. 



Boosey & Co. , 

London, W. , England. 
Curt Staeglich, Leipzig. 



S. Brainard's Sons Company, 
Chicago. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 
Titles. 



Hobbyhorse (The) Ride. No. 6. See Children's Delight. 
Hoeh oben au den Fliihen. No. 3. See Gemischte 

Chore. 
Hochstapler (Der). Operette in drei Akten. Von A. 

Hanseler und M. Moller. Mnsik von Gustav Meyer. 

Klavieiauszug mit Text. Verlag von Aug. Cranz, 

Leipzig. ( Received Sept. 30, 1897. ) 
Honey, I's in Town. Song and chorus. Words and 

music by Hattie Starr. New York : M. Witmark & 

Sons, Chicago. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 
Hornpipe. "Ruddigore." Sir Arthur Sullivan. 

[Orchestra.] Elias Howe Company. Boston. (Received 

Oct, 2, 1897.) 
How Soon We All Forget These Little Things. Song 

from the musical comedy "The Land of Nod." 

Written by Albert Chevalier. Composed by Alfred 

H. West. London : Reynolds & Co. (Received Sept. 

30, 1897.) 
Hummel (Johann Nepomuk). Selected compositions 

for piano. Vol. 1. Schirmer's Library. Vol. 45. 

New York: G. Schirmer. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 
Hummel (Johann Nepomuk). Selected compositions 

for pianoforte. Vol. 2. Schirmer's Library. Vol. 

46. New York : G. Schirmer. (Received Sept. 30, 

1897.) 
Hymne. Poesie de Ch. Baudelaire. Musique de 

XavierLeroax. No. 1 (en Mi flat) . Pour Voix Graves. 

Paris: Alphonse Leduc. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 
Hymne. Poesie de Ch. Baudelaire. Musique de 

Xavier Leroux. No. 2 (en Fa). Pour Voix elerees. 

Paris : Alphonse Leduc. (Received Oct. 1, 1897.) 
I Love You in the Same Old Way. [Male voices.] 

Ford and Bratton. Arranged by C. F. Shattuck. 

New York : M. Witmark & Sons, Chicago. (Received 

Sept. 27, 1897. ) 
I Said to the Wind of the South. See Lyrics. 
I Want Ma Honey Boy Now. [Song. ] Words and mu- 
sic by Fay Templeton. [n. i.] (Received Sept. 27, 

1897.) 
I Was Once Your Wife. Song and chorus. Words by 

Raymond A. Browne. Music by Monroe H. Rosen- 

feld. Brokaw Music Publishing Company, St. Joseph, 

Mo., U. S. A. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 
I Wish You Well, Sweetheart. Words selected. Music 

by Barclay Walker. Wulschner & Son, Indianapolis, 

Ind. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Ideal Collection of Marches and Two-Steps. By foreign 
aud American composers. [For piano.] White-Smith 
Music Publishing Company, Boston. (Received Oct. 
1, 1897.) 



Ira Walde. 
bilder. 



Proprietors. 



Aug. Cranz, 



No. 11. In the Woods. See Musikalische 



At the Mill. See Erzahlungen und 



In der Miihle 

Miirchen. 
In Mead Where Roses Bloom. See Lyrics. 

In Sunny Spain. Concert waltz song. Words by Harry 
B.Smith. Music by Geo. Schleiffarth (Maywood). 
S. Brainard's Sons Company, Chicago. (Received Sept. 
27, 1897.) 



Leipzig. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 

Elias Howe Company, 

Boston . 

Reynolds & Co. , London. 



G. Schirmer, New York. 

Do. 

Alphonse Leduc, Paris. 

Do. 



M. Witmark & Sons, 

New York. 



T. B. Harms & Co. 



C. O. Brokaw. 



Wulschner & Son, 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

White-Smith Music Publish- 
ing Company, Boston. 



S. Brainard's Sons Company, 
Chicago. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



In the Beginning Was the Word. Christmas Anthem. 
Words written and arranged by Henry Knight. The 
music composed by Ferris Tozer. Tenors and basses. 
London: Novello, Ewer & Co., New York. (Eeceived 
Sept. 30, 1897. ) 

introduction and Gavotte See Favorites for Violin and 
Piano. 

Invocation. Duet for contralto and tenor. Hymn by 
Jones Very. Music by N. H. Allen. Boston : H. B. 
Stevens Company. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.) 

Irrlichter. No. 9. Will o' the Wisp. See Musikalische 
bilder. 

Jagerlied. Hunting song. See Erziihlungen und Mar- 
chen. 

Jig. "The Boys of Rock Hill." [Orchestra.] Elias 
Howe Company, Boston. (Received Oct. 2, 1897.) 

Johannistag. (Mid-summer-day St. John's Day.) Mar- 
chendichtung von Elisabeth Heinrich. Fiir dreistini- 
migen Frauenchor und Soli mit Begleituug des Piano- 
forte. In musik gesetzt von S. Jadassohn. Op. 134. 
Breitkopf & Hartel. Leipzig. (Received Sept. 27, 1897. ) 

Jolly (The) Little Peasant. No. 5. See Children's 
Delight. 

Juego de Paiiuelos. (Handkerchief Chase.) Mexican 
Danoe. [Band.] W. J. McCoy. John Church Com- 
pany, Cincinnati. (Received Sept. 30, 1897.1 

Jugenfreudeu. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 1. Arietta. Arietta. Kopenhagen and 
Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Jugenfreudeu. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 1. Die Elfen. The Elves. Kopen- 
hagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hausen. (Received Sept. 
29, 1897.) 

Jugenfreudeu. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 1. Der Fliichtling. The Fugitive. 
Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Jugenfreudeu. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 1. Die Kirchglocken. Church Bells. 
Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Jugenfreuden. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 1. Kosakentanz. Dans of the Cosacks. 
Kopenhagen and Leipzig: Wilhelm Hansen. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Jugenfreuden. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heftl. DieSchlittschuhlaufer. The Skater. 
Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 29, 1897. ) 

Jugenfreuden. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 1. Der Troubadour. The Troubadour. 
Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hausen. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Jugenfreuden. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 2. Hexeutanz. Witches Dance. Kopen- 
hagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Received Sept. 
29, 1897.) 

Jugenfreudeu. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 2. Singvoglein im Walde. Little Song- 
Birds in the Woods. Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wil- 
helm Hansen. (Received Sept. 29, 1897.) 



Proprietors. 



Novello, Ewer & Co., 

London and New York. 



H. B. Stevens Company, 

Boston. 



Elias Howe Company, 

Boston. 
Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig. 



John Church Company, 

Cincinnati. 

Wilhelm Hansen, 

Leipzig. Germany. 

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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS (TITLES)— Continued. 



Titles. 



Jugenfreuden. Fur Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 2. DerSpriugbrunnen. The Fountain. 
Kopenhagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Re- 
ceived Sept. 29, 1897.) 

Jugenfreuden. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 2. Der Toreador. The Toreador. Kopen- 
hagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Received Sept. 
29, 1897.) 

Jugenfreuden. Fiir Pianoforte von Ludvig Schytte. 
Op. 97. Heft 2. Der Trauru. The Dream. Kopen- 
hagen and Leipzig : Wilhelm Hansen. (Received Sept. 
29, 1897.) 

Kaernthner Volkslied. Koschat. iEolian Grand 40170. 
[n. i] (Received Oct. 2, 1897. ) 

Kenton March. Two-step. [Piano.] By John James 
Dulaney. Ilson & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. (Received 
Oct. 1,1897.) 

King Klondike. Two-step. [Orchestra and piano.] 
Geo. Schleiffarth. Arranged by H. H. Thieles. Fred. 
W. King Music Companv, Chicago, 111. (Received 
Sept. 27, 1897.) 

King's Lake Club Two-step. [Piano.] By Annie M. 
Cunningham. Thiebes-Stierlin Music Company, St. 
Louis. (Received Sept. 27, 1897.) 

Kirchglocken (Die) Church Bells. See Jugenfreuden. 

Kjerulf. (Halfdan.) Selected pieces for Pianoforte. 
Vol.1. Schirmer's Library. Vol.393. New York : 
G. ScMrmer. (Received Sept. 30, 1897. ) 

Kjerulf. Halfdan.) Selected pieces for Pianoforte. Vol. 
2. Schirmer's Library. Vol. 394. New York : G. 
Schirmer. (Received Sept. 30, 1897. ) 

Klage. No. 2. The Lament. See Musikalische bilder. 

KHinge aus dem Orient. Sounds from the East. 
Walzer fiir Klavier. Otto von Walden. Op. 78. Jul. 
Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig. (Received Sept. 27, 
1897.) 

Klondike Gold.